Ibiza and the Balearic Islands Travel Guide
Plan Your Ibiza and the Balearic Islands Vacation
Could anything go wrong in a destination that gets, on average, 300 days of sunshine a year? True, the water is only warm enough for a dip from May through October, but the climate does seem to give the residents of the Balearics a year-round sunny disposition. They are a remarkably hospitable people, not merely because tourism accounts for such a large chunk of their economy, but because history and geography have combined to put them in the crossroads of so much Mediterranean trade and traffic.
Many hotels on the islands include a continental or full buffet breakfast in the room rate.
Ibiza's high-rise resort hotels... read more
On the Balearic Islands many restaurants tend to have short business seasons. This is less true of Majorca, but on Minorca,... read more
Things To Do in Ibiza and the Balearic Islands
Ibiza and Majorca are the most heavily develo... read more
Pamper yourself: Luxurious boutique hotels on restored and redesigned rural estates arethehip accommodations in the Balearics. Many... Read more
Mediterranean islands should guarantee great seafood—and the Balearics deliver with superb products from the crystalline waters... Read more
When it comes to oceanfront property, the Balearic Islands have vast and varied resources: everything from long sweeps of beach on... Read more
Binissalem, about a half-hour drive (25 km [15 miles]) from Palma, is the center of one of the island's two DO (Denominación de Orígen)... Read more
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