Discover The Balearic Islands: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera, the smaller island of Cabrera

Balearic Islands

 
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Balearic Islands

 
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Balearic Islands

 
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Balearic Islands

How to get there
Direct flights, low-cost and regular airlines, from many European airports. Ferries from Barcelona, Spain.

Nestled peacefully in the shimmering waters of the Mediterranean, each of the four Balearic Islands has a slightly different flavour. Mallora is the largest and has a bit of everything, from mountain trails and country hiking to standard seaside sun and fun. Ibiza is famous for its clubbing and nightlife. Menorca, on the other hand, is noted for serene, isolated coves and beaches, with lots of prehistoric ruins standing majestically to remind us of our proper, humble place in life. Finally, there is tiny Formentera, the ultimate place to chill, where one could get lost for the whole summer relaxing on the white sand and attending the sunset parties which last well into the night.

Though a popular tourist destination for many years, the Islands have maintained their natural beauty. Once past the resort hotels, bars and more popular beaches, you arrive at quaint fishing villages, secluded coves, Stone Age ruins, and extraordinary walks alongside olive, almond and citrus groves. The emergence in recent years of elegant country retreats and fine eateries has attracted a more discerning clientele, not just your regular party package people.

Because the Islands are "invaded" each summer by legions of tourists, eager to exploit a piece of this paradise, we highly recommend an off-season trip here in order to avoid the crowds.

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