Sun, sea and nightlife are the entrance ticket to the Balearic Islands,
the archipelago that rises in the center of the Mediterranean Sea offshore
of the Spanish coast.
With beaches and coves of fine sand, blue and clear waters, an
enthralling nightlife and an exceptional climate, the Balearic Islands
promise a complete vacation in every respect.
The northernmost of the Balearics, it is no coincidence that Menorca has been named a Biosphere Reserve: nature is here undisputed mistress, with all her strength and splendor. Coves lapped by crystal clear water, mountain uncontaminated landscapes, fragrant pine forests, tamarisk groves and lighthouses overhanging the sea ... all framed by a sea with an incredible green-blue color.
Among all the Spanish islands, it is the most suitable for those looking for the
maximum relaxation, with the family or in couple.
Ibiza is still the destination par excellence of worldly entertainment and non-stop parties famous worldwide, but it is certainly not without natural and splendid landscapes and beaches. While the heart of chaotic and worldly life is concentrated especially in Playa d’En Bossa (one of the longest sandy beaches of the island), Ibiza town, Figueretas and San Antonio, on the other hand, there are silent coves and small white villages in Catalan style, especially on the north coast of the island, wilder and much less touristy. Also worth visiting is the village of Santa Eularia and the natural park of Ses Salines.
Thanks to the pristine coasts and environmental resources as the park of Ses Salines, Formentera is declared UNESCO Natural Heritage. Natural and relaxing, it's a real mosaic of coniferous forests, of sun-bleached salt pans, of
low stone walls that delimit cultivated fields. The beaches of Formentera are perhaps the best of the Balearics. From the frequented Llevant and Lletes, to the quieter Cala Saona, Playa Mitjorn and Espalmador, the whiteness of the sand and the transparency of the water everywhere recall the Caribbean atmosphere. Reachable by sea from Ibiza, it is the island of those seeking relaxation and a pinch of VIP atmosphere.
|Visa requirements||For countries belonging to the European Community, the National Identity Card is sufficient. For countries that do not belong to European Community a Passport is needed. Please obtain up-to-date information from your Police Headquarters, as well as from the Embassies or Consulates of Spain in your own country. It’s the traveler’s responsibility to carefully check the regularity of their documents.|
|Languages spoken||Spanish; many European languages are commonly understood and spoken.|
|Area (km2)||4992 km2|
|Country name||Balearic Islands|
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