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The Balearic Islands, an autonomous division of Spain and are located between Spain and the North African coast. The Balearic Islands are also one the most popular tourist destination in the whole of Europe.

This Balearic Islands are made up of Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera.  On each of these islands you will find the sun, sea and sand but depending on which island you visit you can also find parties in to the early hours of the morning of a nice quiet evening with very little happening.  We offer information on each of the Islands including tourist resorts, attractions, weather and the ability to book and secure you hotels and flights online.

All of balearics have an excellent climate with around 300 days of sun per year, wonderful golden beaches and a rich cultural offering.  Choosing which islands to visit though may be your only hard choice as all of them will offer something you can and will enjoy on your holiday.

There are more passengers passing through the airport of Palma de Majorca than at the airport of any other Spanish city making the Balearic Islands one of the top destinations for many people.

So what information can Balearic Islands Tourist offer you?

  Majorca (Mallorca) – Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, flying time most most UK airports is around 2 – 2 ½ hours and on arrival local time is 1 hour in ahead of GMT.

 

  Minorca (Menorca) – is the second largest of the Balearic Islands. Although the second largest Menorca has been able to keep a lot of the traditional settings and managed to avoid over development.

 

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  Ibiza – is the third largest Balearic Island and is best known as the “Party Island”. Although Ibiza lives up to the reputation of all night parties there is also a lot more to this Island.

 

  Formentera – is the fourth largest Balearic Island, this smaller Island offers some of the best and un-spoilt beaches the Balearic Islands has to offer.

 

 

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