Balearic Islands (Spain)
The Balearic Islands sit in the Mediterranean Sea, between Spain’s east coast and North Africa and comprise Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza. The islands offer a warm Mediterranean climate and are perfect for a sunny holiday.
Beautiful beaches, great culture, delicious food and an exiting nightlife are found on the islands, but they are also steeped in history and tradition. Ancient buildings, historical ruins, charming fishing villages and breathtaking countryside are characteristics of the three islands.
The island of Ibiza is the party capital of Europe, with some of the biggest and best nightclubs in the world. Menorca is tranquil and unspoilt and the quietest island, with many sandy beaches, pretty fishing villages and historic towns. Majorca, the largest island has huge contrasts between party resorts and quiet villages, making it one of Europe's top holiday destinations.
The three islands are brimming with lively family-friendly resorts and each island has their own attractions to boast of. Golden beaches are one of the main draws of the Balearic Islands and holidays here can be as lazy or as active as you want.
With stunning scenery, captivating history and beautiful sunshine, there is no better place to experience the Spanish lifestyle than the Balearic Islands.