The Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands are a beautiful archipelago made up of 5 islands and several islets. This
In them you can enjoy a mild climate almost all year round and they are home to incredible places, whether they are lively or quiet. You can discover its fishing villages, movie landscapes or perfect environments for practicing water sports. Without a doubt, these islands represent small paradises in the Mediterranean.
Mallorca has a territory of more than 3,500 km² and a population of more than 860,000 inhabitants, which makes it the largest of the islands.
Its beaches and coves admired worldwide are among the most beautiful sandy areas in the Mediterranean. Its crystal clear waters are perfect for practicing nautical activities such as diving, windsurfing, fishing, sailing or even surfing, or simply to take a dip and enjoy a sunset.
It is also possible to practice golf in one of its many courses carefully designed to practice this sport, in an environment with 40% protected nature.
This island has contrasting landscapes such as the Sierra de Tramuntana to the north, with peaks that exceed 1,400 meters.
The island of Ibiza is located southwest of Mallorca and north of Formentera. It is well known for all its attractions, including its beautiful beaches and a lively nightlife, as well as nature, beautiful landscapes and a lot of culture. Its clear waters invite you to enjoy them along with calm landscapes of rural air and a generous sun that shines almost all year round.
Menorca is the easternmost of the archipelago and was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993.
The island has 216 kilometers of very varied coastline, whether in wide sandy beaches or small coves surrounded by pine trees, always with crystal clear waters, which will allow you to have many options to enjoy the sun and the sea.
In them you can practice sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and, of course, diving in one of the seabed preferred by diving lovers.
In addition, it has a privileged nature that is worth enjoying on an excursion on horseback, on foot or by bicycle through the established paths and routes.
Cabrera is located in the south of Mallorca, has an area of 16 km² and belongs to the municipality of Palma de Mallorca. In Cabrera there is one of the best undisturbed ecosystems in the Mediterranean, with an incredible seabed ideal for scuba diving and spotting a large number of species of marine fauna.
The Cabrera Archipelago National Park has three public beaches: Sa Platgeta, Platga d’es Pagès and S’Empalmador, where you can relax, sunbathe and rest or also go hiking. You can also take a boat trip to discover caves where you can dive.
The island of Formentera is located to the south of Ibiza and has soft sandy beaches and hidden coves, some with surprising submerged caves.
One of its main characteristics are its Mediterranean pine forests and its African palm trees, in addition to its spring climate that invites you to explore it and experience it.
The Balearic Islands are a true paradise, where there is everything to choose from, quiet or lively environments, water or land sports and much enjoyment of nature. Let yourself be captivated by the magic of this paradise.