Explore Balearic Islands

Adventure, cultural stimulation, sunsets, uber cool clubbing and café-bar living are widespread, but the Balearics’ abundant sun- kissed beaches are the islands’ main draw.

An archipelago off eastern Spain, in the Mediterranean.
Mallorca, the largest island, known for its beaches, scenic coastline and the Serra de Tramuntana mountains to the north. Palma, the capital city, is famous for its Gothic cathedral, drink and holiday resorts with most hotels crammed into the Bay of Palma Bay and the east coast. However, there’s so much more; lovely old towns, mountains and some beautiful coves. Indeed, this is the island you might come to other than for the beaches and nightlife, with scope for much trekking. 
Ibiza is wholly unique, the capital town is loaded with historic interest and a draw for thousands of hedonistic visitors, while the north of the island has a distinctly carefree atmosphere. 
Menorca visitors are more subdued – here the modern resorts are kept at a safe distance from the two main towns. Menorca was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993, and over forty percent of the island enjoys official protection.
Formentera (8500 population) enjoys better beaches than its neighbours and makes up in rural charm what it lacks in cultural interest.

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