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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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...

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