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The Balearic Islands are an archipelago off eastern Spain, in the Mediterranean. Mallorca (Majorca), the largest island, is known for its beaches, scenic coastline and the Serra de Tramuntana mountains to the north. Palma, the capital city, is known for its Gothic cathedral with an altar canopy by modern architect Antoni Gaudí, and Almudaina, a Moorish royal palace.Holidays to the Balerics offer a fantastic climate, beautiful beaches and a vibrant nightlife.All Inclusive holidays to the Balearics are incredibly popular with families and couples looking for a relaxing beach holiday aswell as those looking to party the night away in resorts such as Magaluf and San Antonio.

Holdiays to Majorca provide a contrast of resorts.  Magaluf is the party capital of the island particularly popular with the British 18-30’s crowd and offers 100’s of bars and clubs open until the very early hours. Ibiza holidays have a worldwide reputation for beautiful beaches and legendary nightlife, with San Antonio attracting many famous dj’s throughout the summer months. Unlike Majorca and Ibiza, holidays to Menorca offer endless unspoilt beaches, charming fishing villages and laid back family resorts.Summer Holdiays to the Balearics are incredibly popular attracting millions of holiday makers every year boasting beautiful sandy beaches and excellent weather with an average of 28°C.Holidays to the Balearics are available to all the popular holiday resorts and whether you choose Majorca, Menorca or Ibiza you’ll be spoilt for choice with a vast array of bars, excellent restaurants and incredible beaches in all the main holiday resorts.

MOST POPULAR BALEARIC ISLANDS DESTINATIONS

OUR FAVOURITE HOTELS

Palatino

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Palatino Hotel

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos

Palatino Hotel

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

OUR TOP BALEARIC ISLANDS DEALS

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

BALEARIC ISLANDS INFORMATION

Currency

Euro

Language

Spanish

Time Zone

GMT+1

Avg. Flight Time

2 h 25 m

Peak Travel

May-October

Price of a pint

£2.20

MORE ABOUT BALEARIC ISLANDS

FOOD
FOOD

The Balearic Islands offers a variety of clear soups with noodles, fish or meat, and vegetable sauces.International tourists have been descending upon Majorca,Menorca and Ibiza for decades now.
Tourists can discover a wide variety of worldwide dining options on the island, from Chinese to Indian, Italian to American, and all convenience options in between.It shares many dishes and ingredients with Catalonia and the Valencian Community.

The local cuisine of the Balearics veers towards the exotic, as well as imaginatively presented and delicious. Seafood is a main ingredient, and paprika is used in meat-rich dishes including the famous pork pate, sobrasada. Local recipes include the unique Balearic extra-virgin olive oil, readily available outside the islands.
A huge choice of fast foods and international cuisine is available, and the bars serve tapas. Street food stalls offer quick fillers such as pita-bread ‘mixto’ sandwiches. Most of the riotous nightclubs and late-opening bars offer food as well as alcohol.

BEACHES
BEACHES

Travelling to Spain’s Balearic Islands this summer, it’s probably in search of sea, sand and sun. This small cluster of islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera) is home to some of the best white sandy beaches in the Mediterranean.
Mallorca is the biggest of the Balearics, with 262 beaches ranging from coves wedged between wind-carved cliffs to wide bays backed by pine groves.Over 30 of these are designated as ‘Blue Flag’, which assures not just the water quality but the provision of bathroom facilities, lifeguards and other tourism services.

The north and south have the largest sandy beaches, whilst the east coast is filled with pretty little coves.Many of the bigger beaches have been claimed by resorts but there are many more to discover off the beaten track.Cala Formentor Beach is found at the most northerly point of Mallorca .
Playa d'Alcúdia is considered one of the best in Spain and offers fine white sand, shallow sheltered seas and plenty of space for the kids.Watersports such as jet skis and parasailing are also available for the more grown-up members.

SHOPPING & SIGHTSEEING
SHOPPING & SIGHTSEEING

Majorca is home to most of the island’s best sightseeing spots.The island is rich in culture and activities with best attractions.Activities like crazy golf, tree top adventure, paint balling and go-karting are some of the most popular. 
The historic landmark resides within the historic city centre which is made up of a maze of cobbled streets. These picturesque narrow lanes play host to endless museums, palaces and exquisite courtyards all waiting to be explored. 

The island's castles are imposingly beautiful and, whilst some have been transformed into hotels, others remain some of the island's most prominent historical monuments. 
There are also a number of ancient ruins on the island. The most famous are those of the Roman city of Pollentia which has been preserved for almost 2000 years. Stone buildings, courtyards and cobbled paths are all identifiable.
Palma is Mallorca's main shopping hub, with the old city centre offering a lot of  boutiques in addition to Spanish high street chains and designer labels.

NIGHTLIFE
NIGHTLIFE

Majorca and Ibiza are home to some of the world's largest and populat nightclubs, and its nightlife draws a lot of young travellers from all over Europe for summer season.
Those looking for the closest thing Palma has for a strip, you should head down to the Paseo Marítimo on a Friday night for some guaranteed buzzing nightlife, with some famous places like The Galactic Club and Tito's Nightclub.

The best places to have a cocktail, dance and enjoy the night on Mallorca! The island of Mallorca has many great locations to enjoy nights out. Magaluf is home to the largest nightclub in Europe
The capital city Palma is the main hub as it is lively all year round, but the beach resorts provide plenty of bar and club choices when they come alive in the summer months.
Take a stroll around the Old Town, La Llonja and Santa Catalina to find the liveliest places and  the buzz from the Paseo Marítimo down by the marina, with music blaring out from the mile-long stretch of bars and crowds of people overflowing onto the streets.