The Balearic Islands are the perfect setting for enjoying the relaxed Mediterranean pace of life, a paradise of coves, turquoise waters and pine trees almost reaching the sand.
Mallorca, the biggest of them, hides a secret of unspoiled beaches with crystal-clear water and ruggedly beautiful wild mountain scenery and villages that seem to step straight out of the past, towns such as Deia, Soller and Valldemossa, which have captivated artists for centuries, on account of their picturesque atmosphere.
Palma de Mallorca, its cultural and political capital city, boasts an impressive cathedral and a beautiful medieval quarter.
In Ibiza nature, culture and fun galore await you by day and by night. In its 210 kilometres of coastline you can choose between tiny coves, broad beaches of fine sand, or areas of dunes. Ibiza is, however, much more than sun and sand. Inland you will find a peaceful, rural landscapes teeming with places well worth discovering.
No wonder the island has the UNESCO World Heritage designation. Paradisiacal Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic Islands, is just a short boat trip away from Ibiza, and can be visited on a daytrip.
Menorca will seduce you with its harmony and diversity. A peaceful, unique natural oasis, packed with contrasts worth discovering: from remote, virgin coves bathed by the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean Sea to its less known countryside, with charming towns like Ciutadella, Mahón and Alaior, with their lining streets resplendent in the intense Mediterranean light.