The Balearic Islands




Each of the four major islands has a different personality. The Balearic Islands are an archipelago of islands set like jewels in the azure Mediterranean Sea; from South to North there lie the islands of Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca.

Between them the Balearic Islands have around 375 recognised beaches, ranging from fine city and resort beaches with fabulous facilities for leisure and relaxation, to tiny coves reachable only by boat; where you can be alone and at peace with the world.

There is no doubt that the fine sand on many of the beaches, coupled with glorious scenery and excellent installations make the Balearic Islands one of the worlds premier beach holiday destinations.

Mallorca

is a top European holiday destination, drawing crowds from all over the continent and mainland Spain, and has something for everyone.
Menorca

known as “the smaller one” is a destination for those looking to escape the crowds of Mallorca and bask on its many isolated virgin beaches or calas virgenes.
Ibiza

is almost synonymous with clubbing and nightlife in a beautiful beach setting.


Formentera

offers quiet natural beauty far from the bustle of the tourist resorts.



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