In the 21st century, utopian theories do not stand up to any criticism, we no longer believe in the existence of separate, isolated worlds in which life runs by some other rules and brings more joy and happiness. Of course there are no such worlds, but there are places very close in spirit and content, and the legendary island of Mallorca is one of them. The island is not just “part of the land, surrounded by water on all sides”, the word “island” evokes a whole variety of associations, ranging from children’s adventure novels to a super-image of buying your own island, which indicates that you belong to the elite of the planet that can afford such luxury. We grow up and realize that adventure with pirates in the jungle of a desert island is better left in the novels, and buying a private island is a pure adventure, given how difficult, expensive and sometimes impossible to exploit such property. But the word “island” still has some magic, causing pleasant associations.