Balearic Islands Description
The Balearic Islands, Ibiza, Mallorca called Majorca by the Brits, Menorca are one of Spains top Holiday Destinations in the summer months. Although much warmer than the UK they are not regarded as a winter destination if you want to sunbathe and many bars, restaurants and night clubs close. The best time to visit is mid to late Spring through to early or mid autumn, with the high season being July and August
Formentera is another island in the Balearic's and is far smaller than the others and not popular, mainly due to the fact that the majority of UK tour operators do not include Formentera as a destination
Location of Balearic Islands
The Islands are located in the Mediterranean 100 to 300 kilometres off the East coast of Spain between Barcelona and Benidorm.
Ibiza is the clubbing capital of Spain with the nightlife and clubbing resorts of San Antonio, Ibiza Town & Playa d'en Bossa
The other resorts on the island are ideal for family holidays & are in general much quieter & more relaxed than the nightlife resorts.
Mallorca BCN Planet Dance, Magaluf, Mallorca
Mallorca is better known as Majorca by the Brits is the largest of the Balearic islands , for partying head for Magaluf, for culture the Capital Palma de Mallorca with it's magnificent old town teaming with historic attractions, or for a great holiday try one of the other fabulous resorts on the island of Mallorca.
For a great day out take the ancient red train from Palma to Soller, the tram to Port Soller, finish off with a sea trip to Sa Calobra with it's magnificent beach and fabulous narrow gorge. All in tickets are available from the red train Station
Menorca Cala Alcaufar
Menorca also known as Minorca by the Brits
Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic islands and has more beaches that the other islands making it very popular for family and couple holidays
Balearic Islands Airports
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