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Cheap Holidays to the Balearic Islands:

Travel Guide for your Holiday in the Balearic Islands:
The Balearic Islands consist of the islands of Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera.

The Balearic Islands have an excellent climate with some 300 days of sun per year, wonderful beaches, a rich cultural offer and the unusual hospitality of their inhabitants make Balearic Islands one of the preferred holiday destinations in Spain.

Hardly any holiday maker who has spent holidays in the Balearic Islands didn't wish to return, in fact, many visitors have made the Balearic Islands their permanent home. Each of the Balearic Islands has a strong personality all of its own, and each of them offers much more but the possibility to spend nice holidays at the beach.

There are so many things to do across the Balearic Islands, here's a snippet of what's on offer for your holiday.

Majorca the Balearics’ largest island is all about the beaches. And whether you pick super league stretches like 13-kilometre-long Ca’n Picafort, or tucked away coves, such as those around billionaire’s playground, Cala d’Or, you’re pretty much guaranteed golden sand and calm waters whilst on your holiday to the Balearic Islands.

Ibiza is the king of Europe’s club scene. The island’s main resort, San Antonio, is home to world-famous dance spots like Pacha. It’s a different story up on the north coast, though. Make your way to the countryside around Puerto San Miguel and you’ll find hidden caves and walking trails through thick pine forests.

For an island that moves to a much slower rhythm, Menorca hits the spot. Families flock here for quiet holiday beaches like Son Bou and Cala’n Forcat. Plus, there are prehistoric relics like the village of Torre d’en Gaumes, which is over 3,000 years old.

If you want to really drop off the radar, head over to Formentera. Its 20-kilometre coastline is dotted with secluded stretches of white sand. Some, like Playa Mitjorn, have been compared to the Caribbean.

Out and about on your holiday in the Balearic Islands:
There are many faces to the Balearic Islands – from the peaceful coves of Menorca and historic towns of Majorca to the throbbing nightclubs of Ibiza. Miles of sandy beaches ring all of the Balearic Islands, while pretty whitewashed villages hide in mountainous interiors. A cheap holiday in the Balearic Islands offers an unbeatable mix of relaxation and revelry, with plenty of family-friendly fun thrown in.

Balearic Islands Holiday Facts:
Flight Time to the Balearic Islands. From London 2 hrs 50 mins, From Manchester 3 hrs.

Best Time to Visit the Balearic Islands is March to November

Currency: Euro

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