Ibiza and the Balearic Islands Sights

Ibiza and Mallorca are the most heavily developed of the islands, in terms of resorts and tourist infrastructure, and draw most of the foreign visitors, especially from Germany, Italy, and Great Britain. The north coasts of both have spectacular rocky coastlines, undeveloped areas, and clear waters. Menorca is the preferred destination of Spanish and Catalan families on holiday, and much of it is

still farms and pastures, separated with low stone walls, and nature reserves. Formentera has virtually no tourism outside the summer months.

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Deià 3

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Palma 23

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Eivissa (Ibiza Town) 6

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Santa Eulalia

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Carrer de la Cadena leads to this imposing Gothic church, where, in 1435, 200 Jews were forced to convert to Christianity after their...

Santa María

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Dating from the 13th century, this church was rebuilt in the 18th century, during the British occupation, and then restored again after...

Santuari de Lluc

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La Moreneta, also known as La Virgen Negra de Lluc (the Black Virgin of Lluc), is a votary statue of the Virgin Mary that's held in a...

Ses Salines

  • Beach–Sight

Very much a place to see and be seen, the beach at Ses Salines is a mile-long narrow crescent of golden sand about 10 minutes' drive...

Son Marroig

  • House/Mansion/Villa

This estate belonged to Austrian archduke Luis Salvador (1847–1915), who arrived here as a young man and fell in love with the place.

Station Building Galleries

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Maintained by the Fundació Tren de l'Art, these galleries have two small but remarkable collections—one of engravings by Miró, the...

Teatre Principal

  • Arts/Performance Venue

Take time to appreciate the neoclassical symmetry of this theater, Palma's chief venue for classical music; there are guided tours of...

Teatre Principal

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Opera companies from Italy en route to Spain made the Teatre Principal in Mahón their first port of call; if the Mahónese gave a production...


  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Puzzle over Menorca's prehistoric past at this megalithic site with a number of stone constructions, including a massive taula. Behind...

Torre d'en Gaumés

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This is a complex set of stone constructions—fortifications, monuments, deep pits of ruined dwellings, huge vertical slabs, and taulas.