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Balearic Islands: Introduction
The Balearic Islands are an archipelago off the coast of Spain in the western Mediterranean. The chief islands are Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, with Palma, in Majorca, the capital city. The culture and cuisine is typically Mediterranean. The islands have been an autonomous region of Spain since 1983 and while Spanish remains the main language many people do speak English. The islands offer both lively entertainment and a relaxed beach holiday environment.
Reasons to Visit
Renowned for their scenery and their mild climate, holidays to the Balearic Islands have been popular for many years. Holiday makers are attracted by the large number of beaches, high quality tourist amenities, and year-round warm weather. Many visitors come for the delicious food, which shares a heritage with the Catalan cuisine of mainland Spain. No Balearic Island holiday is complete without trying the delightful local pastries known as ensaimades. Find out more about the Balearics including our Majorca and Menorca resorts, and use the search menu to find and book your perfect getaway. You can of course book your flight and hotel separately but for many people a package holiday to the Balearics is the tried and trusted way of doing
Things to see and do
Each island has a slightly different character. Ibiza is known globally as a clubbing destination in the San Antonio resort. Menorca is a quiet and tranquil island with a beautiful coastline and archaeological wondersm with Cala 'n Bosch perfect for a relaxing beach holiday. The tiny island of Formentera has gorgeous white beaches and a relaxed atmosphere. The largest island Majorca has a little of everything and includes some spectacular mountain landscapes too and clubbing holidays in Magaluf. The variety on offer ensures that cheap holidays to the Balearic Islands are as popular as ever. Our online website features a fine selection of holidays including holiday villas and Balearic Island package holidays too.
Many of the best family attractions are on the island of Majorca. Marineland Majorca is a sea-world delight for the entire family. The enormous water-park Aqualand El Arenal will delight kids of all ages with its rides, slides, whirlpools and rapids. The nature park La Reserva has bears, ostriches, peacocks, and geese as well as spectacular scenery, zip-wire rides and climbing walls. But whichever Balearic Island holiday you choose, it won’t be difficult to keep the kids entertained.
Weather in the Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands have a Mediterranean climate with temperatures averaging between 25-29°C during the summer months from June to September, making Balearic Island holidays perfect for summer sun worshippers. The winters are also mild and the islands usually get around 300 days of sun per year.
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