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The Balearic Islands are where you will find bustling beaches and isolated coves, all-night party resorts and tranquil villages and historical buildings in modern towns. Experience a blend of the simple life and luxury tourism in towns that are favorite destinations for Europeans seeking some fun in the sun. Swim in azure blue seas, tour Gothic monuments, see megalithic structures and dance to some of the best DJs in the world in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.
The archipelago consists of the four main islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera and a clutch of smaller islands. These islands experience a temperate climate typical of the Mediterranean and enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine a year. While the beaches may be the major draws of the region, there’s also culture, cuisine and history to discover on the islands.
The largest of the Balearics is Mallorca. Head to the capital, Palma, for its shops, tapas bars, restaurants and historic attractions. Visit its colossal Gothic cathedral, La Seu, and the 14th-century Castle Bellver, just 1.8 miles (3 kilometers) from the city center. Drive to the western side of the island to hike among the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana.
Ibiza has a reputation as a party island, with crowds of youngsters making their annual summer pilgrimage to its clubbing resorts. These resorts include Playa d'en Bossa on the east coast and San Antonio on the west coast. You can dance until the sun comes up and also spend time exploring the island’s beautiful sites. Wander the cobbled streets of Dalt Villa, the historic precinct of Ibiza Town. Descend into the subterranean world of the Can Marça Caves and go horse riding in northern Ibiza at Ibiza Horse Valley.
While on Menorca see megalithic monuments, such as the Navetes and the Taules. Among the attractions on Formentera are the Ses Salines Natural Park and La Mola Lighthouse, which sits on the island's highest point.
To enjoy the beaches, parties, history and natural beauty of the Balearic Islands, fly into airports on Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca. You can also board ferries from several destinations on mainland Spain. Travel between the islands by plane or ferry.
very lively hotel with lots to do. great beach and music with breakfast.
I was not expecting that much from the "all-inclusive" package because typically, they would not put much effort into the food, and perhaps not the best quality. But in this particular case, they exceeded my expectations and the food was at all times very good with a wide range of options to choose ...
Room service food was very good. Staff was very, very polite and respectful. Rooftop bar had excellent views. 80s party was rocking. Anything you could request, this staff and resort could likely provide.
Staff amazingly friendly, the airport shuttle is €18 per person each way but you can also get there by public transport which takes about an hour longer, for €11. The food is really good and includes gluten free and dairy free options so half board is worth it. Beautiful place!
Close to the beach for good walk along & airport 5mibs awwy in a taxi less than €15
Good location, good size pools. Room was clean and tidy and was cleaned daily. Noisy during the evening/early morning as everyone was going out/coming back. Hotel room walls are very thin, could hear the person next door coughing all night! Overall was a pleasant stay :) would return.
everything was amazing i enjoyed my stay room view was great breakfast was great the hotel overall so clean
Excellent location, facilities, service, cleanliness and value. We visited in the middle of high season and still found everything to be in order. I would highly recommend and consider another visit.