Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands are some of the most popular destinations in the western Mediterranean. These islands offer enchanting coves, gorgeous sunsets, lush natural landscapes, and some of the clearest turquoise waters anywhere on the planet. There are many ways to enjoy the islands: relaxing in an atmosphere of well-deserved peace and quiet, or partying until all hours as you enjoy the islands’ wild nightlife.



Enjoy coves of turquoise water so clear that boats seem to be floating in the air, venture into hidden caves, visit lighthouses with endless views, and see unforgettable sunsets. That’s life on the largest of the Balearic Islands, a place of idyllic landscapes where the mountains are just a step away from the beach, and the inspiration for generations of writers, musicians, and painters.

A trip to the island could start in Palma, its lively capital, and continue in villages where you can forget about the outside world, like Valldemosa or Sóller. The climate is always mild, and everywhere you go, you’ll find the true Mediterranean lifestyle and cuisine. Because Mallorca really embodies the Mediterranean spirit.


The island has 130 miles of highly varied coastline, from the rugged shores and reddish beaches of the north to the gentle relief of the south, with golden sandy coves. There are many different options to enjoy the sun and sea, whether on broad sandy beaches or at small coves surrounded by pine groves. They all have one thing in common, however: clean, crystal clear waters.

You can go sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and, of course, scuba diving here. Minorca’s stunning sea bed has been a favorite amongst diving enthusiasts for decades. The island transmits a sense of calm, largely on account of its valuable countryside. Minorca has the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation and a wealth of flora, fauna, and landscapes.


Ibiza is a heavenly Mediterranean destination, a place where you can let your hair down and enjoy the laid-back hippy atmosphere of its fashion and street markets, chill out on a Bali bed next to the sea or watch the sunset surrounded by beautiful scenery. Ibiza is so authentic that it can combine the world’s most exciting nightlife with a UNESCO World Heritage town and Biodiversity Reserves.


The beaches and coves of this Balearic Island, with their fine white sand and unique turquoise sea, are the perfect place to switch off completely. These coastal landscapes are dotted with little villages, natural harbors, and picturesque lighthouses, such as La Mola or Cap de Barbaria.


Scuba divers will find one of the best-conserved sea beds on the Spanish coastline, with a dense meadow of Posidonia oceánica which favors the proliferation of a large number of species of marine fauna. Sailing is a favorite past time here. Visit enchanting caves and discover secluded swimming coves along the way.