Last Minute Holidays at Balearic Islands: Save using our offers and voucher codes!
Summer is just around the corner. The sun brings longer, winter coats are a distant memory, acres of pale skin are uncovered, and in fact everything just looks better in the sunshine. It is the time to think about the plan for this summer vacation. What will you do during this holiday?
If you haven't been organized and booked your flights and hotel, go for the Balearic Islands!
There are plenty of reasons why the Balearic Islands- featuring Ibiza, Formentera, Majorca and Minorca- are such a hit with British holidaymakers. Just off Spain’s east coast, these islands serve up everything from lively beaches, crystal water and world-class clubs to shopping, prehistoric ruins and picturesque countryside.
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The Balearics’ biggest island is all about golden sand and calm waters. Majorca has long been a favourite with the world’s travel pack. The vibrant local culture, terrific food, massive rental market, sweeping bays, sandy coves, turquoise water are the real draws. Being family-friendly and somewhat chic means there are vacationers galore. The capital, Palma, is the perfect city for a shopping break and has some excellent restaurants.
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. but there’s more than big-name clubs and A-list DJs. Make your way to the countryside around Puerto San Miguel and you’ll find laid-back rural areas and walking trails through thick pine forests.
The sleepy island of Menorca plays things differently to its bigger Balearic sisters, Majorca and Ibiza. It’s got its fair share of tourist spots, but they tend to revolve around low-rise hotels, dreamy beaches and restaurants that have been in locals’ families for generations. Families flock here for quiet 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. Its remoteness keeps it off the radar but it’s ideal for hikers and horseback riders.
The smallest and quietest of the islands. The vibe is minimalist and simple; If you want to really drop off the radar, head over to Formentera. Its 20-kilometre coastline is dotted with stretches of white sand. From Migjorn to Illetes, the beautiful white-sand beaches are some of the finest the Mediterranean has to offer.
Access to the islands is easy from Britain and mainland Spain, with plenty of bargain-priced and last-minute (low cost) flights in summer. British Airways from Heathrow to Ibiza four times a week from March until late October, from £272 return in Club Europe. It also flies from Gatwick and London City. In addition, there are plenty of ferries and catamarans link Barcelona, Valencia and Denia with the islands.
Whichever island you choose to stay on, Balearic Islands hotels are available to suit all tastes and budgets and offer a wide variety of accommodation, both rural and urban, by the coast and in the mountains.
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