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Balearic Islands: Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera. Practical guide

Balearic Islands

Summer…. and eternal spring!

The Balearic Islands, represent the largest archipelago in Spain, with a total area of ​​over 5000 square km! Mallorca and Menorca, the northernmost islands, constitute the actual Balearics, while Ibiza and Formentera, to the south-east, are those that were once known as the Pitiusas.

The years when few individuals ventured here are far away. Since the 50 and 60 years, what was considered an élite tourism has turned into a real mass phenomenon, and today the Balearics are a popular destination thanks to an offer able to satisfy all tourists. The merit must undoubtedly be attributed to the excellent accommodation offer, to its marvelous beaches, the crystal clear sea, its landscapes and the many historical testimonies.

Ideal for adults, couples, friends, families and children; here you can practice sports, windsurfing, fitness, go for long walks, visit. There really is something for everyone. Young people can also have fun thanks to the nightlife and the many clubs scattered all over the place.

Balearic Island

You dance, drink and have fun until late at night.
But there are moments of relaxation and peace for all those who are lovers: with a simple boat, or through paths, you can start to discover bays and inlets that are not accessible and rarely visited: paradise corners, far from mass tourism, especially in the highlight months.

And if this is not yet enough, even the gastronomic offer of the island is truly top notch, ideal for those wishing to taste the local delights: sopas de Maiorca, ensaimadas, sopressate and a lot more; obviously, being islands with a tourist vocation, you will also find a vast and rich international gastronomic offer.


In general, the climate is Mediterranean, characterized by warm and sunny summers and mild winters. In summer the heat is mitigated by the wind, which makes the heat more bearable; above all the islands in the North are characterized by strong winds, thanks to their proximity to France. Winter is not rigid, and the rains are not abundant.
The sea is the element of greatest attraction for tourists, and the best time is between June and early September, while April, May, mid-September and October are the ideal months for those wishing to discover, above all, the many beauties of the islands, placing the sea as a simple eventuality.

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