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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Ajuntament

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Along Carrer Colom is the 17th-century Ajuntament. Stop in to see the collection of gigantes, the huge painted and costumed mannequins...

Banys Arabs

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

One of Palma's oldest monuments, the 10th-century public bathhouse has a wonderful walled garden of palms and lemon trees. In its day,...

Bodega Antonio Nadal Ros

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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)...

Bodegas José Ferrer

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One of the largest of the Majorca's wineries, Bodegas José Ferrer can be visited for tastings (€6) on weekdays at 11 am and 4:30 pm.

Caixa Forum

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Built between 1901 and 1903 by Luis Domènech i Montaner, originator of Barcelona's Palau de la Música Catalana, this former hotel has...

Can Corbella

  • Building/Architectural Site

On the corner of Carrer de Jaume II is this gem of Palma's early Moderniste architecture, designed in the 1890s by Nicolás Lliteras.

Can Forteza Rei

  • Building/Architectural Site

Designed by Luis Forteza Rei in 1909, this Art Nouveau delight has twisted wrought-iron railings and surfaces inlaid with bits of polychrome...

Casas Casasayas

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The ornate facades of these buildings, on opposite corners of Costa de Can Santacilia, were designed by the Moderniste architect Francesc...

Castell de Bellver

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Overlooking the city and the bay from a hillside, the castle was built at the beginning of the 14th century, in Gothic style but with...

Catedral de Majorca

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Palma's cathedral is an architectural wonder that took almost 400 years to build. Begun in 1230, the wide expanse of the nave is supported...

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