Located in Europe lies the Balearic Islands which are made up of four islands; Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Each island has beautiful things and offer different things to do throughout the days.
Being the largest of the Balearic Islands is Mallorca which can be quite popular for nightlife, but also popular for young families and has a lot to offer throughout the day such as; Marineland, waterparks to shopping in Palma or even some evening entertainment for the family is Pirates Adventure which is a spectacular show, and they even offer a late night showing for adults only.
Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic Islands and is known for holiday makers who want to relax on the beautiful golden beaches, and also offers a large selection of shops, bars and restaurants.
Good To Know
Capital City: Palma
Currency: € Euro
Time Difference: GMT +1hr
Flight Time from UK: Approx. 2hrs 45
Ibiza hosts some of the world famous clubs as it is infamously known as the party capital of the world, so tends to be more popular amongst the younger holiday makers who love to party until the early hours of the morning. As well as the party life Ibiza still has plenty to offer during the day with over 50 beaches to visit, as well as the museums that show off Ibiza’s beautiful history.
Formentera is the smallest of the Balearic Islands, where you can only get to the island by catching a ferry from Ibiza. An unspoiled island, Formentera is known for its stunning landscape, and beaches that attract nudists from all over Europe. The island is for holiday makers seeking a more relaxing holiday. There’s not much tourism here which gives holiday makers the perfect opportunity to explore the island and visit all the old villages and shops.
For sun seekers the best time to visit the Balearic Islands is between June and September where the temperature reaches 30 degrees and above. Then the cooler months are November to April where the temperature can drop to 15degrees.
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