This wonderful group of islands is divided into Gimnesias (Mallorca, Menorca and Cabrera) in the North, and Pitiusas (Ibiza and Formentera) in the South-West.
There are four main Balearic Islands – Ibiza, Formentera, Menorca and Mallorca. Occupying a combined area of 5040 square kilometers. Their 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.
Each island has its own distinct character and each of them offers much more but the possibility to spend nice holidays at the beach Sparkling sea, sandy beaches, endless sunshine and lively nightlife. All synonymous with the enduringly popular Balearic Islands. Look beyond this and you’ll find atmospheric fishing villages, fragrant orange orchards, magnificent bush walks and prehistoric remains.
Mallorca or Majorca as it is also is known is by far the largest island and home to the Balearic capital, Palma. Majorca family holidays are very popular as well as golf holidays in Majorca. If it’s clubbing holiday in Majorca then head to Magaluf the party town of Majorca. For a little more tranquillity head up to Cala d’or for a family holiday in Majorca.
Majorca is also perfect for those with walking difficulties as there are many resorts with flat promenades that offer the hire of disability scooters and walking aids. Goeasy can help with organising disability scooters in the resorts of Majorca
Ibiza is stunningly beautiful with a rugged coastline indented with coves and fine sandy beaches. The nightlife on the island is renowned all over the world and some of the best Dj’s come to the island for special performances. If you love a wild night out then San Antonio is the place to head where the night and morning become one every night of the week. For the more serious clubber head to the famous nightclubs of Pacha, Eden or Es Paradis. for information on Ibiza night clubs
The windswept island of Menorca is the second largest in the Balearics. Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993, it is full of prehistoric relics and monuments and still relatively untouched by tourism and there are miles of unspoiled beaches to enjoy. The wonderful harbour of Citudella is worth a visit as its French influence is a pleasant sight to see. Enjoy a stroll around the cobbled streets and narrow passageways. Let goeasy travel help you plan the perfect holiday package for you and your family and friends. Contact goeasy travel.
Weather in the Balearic’s Spain
Over 4,000 kilometres long, the Spanish seaboard has a rather singular coastline, in that it is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea (on its eastern and south-eastern flanks), the Bay of Biscay (to the north) and the Atlantic Ocean (along the west and south). With more than three hundred days of sunshine per year and a mild climate, average temperatures being in the order of 18° C – 30° C (64° F – 86° F), its sunlit beaches receive millions of tourists from all over the world each year.