The Balearic Islands are a heavenly corner of the Mediterranean that fully embraces both tradition and the things of today.
The islands are a terrific place to spend your holidays and to live. They have something for every taste and every nationality, plus the Mediterranean Sea all around.
The largest island in the Balearic Archipelago is Majorca, so named because it is the largest (major) island in size. Majorca is considered the pearl of the Mediterranean, bathed by the sea’s calm, crystalline, turquoise waters.
Thousands visit Majorca each year in search of its mild temperatures, its sunshine, its water and the infinite range of recreational and sport activities available. Movie stars, big-name athletes and of course thousands upon thousands of anonymous families and people come to Majorca to spend a few days relaxing, resting or having fun.
Endless beaches of fine sand, secret hidden coves, mountains, cliffs, villages and quaint towns make Majorca an island paradise just a few hours away from any city in Europe.
And for the more cosmopolitan, the island has haute cuisine restaurants, yacht clubs, museums, galleries, discotheques and fancy boutiques.
Nature, water, boats, extreme sports and sports of every other kind, bicycle touring, hiking, caving, food touring, culture; really, there are a lot of things for groups, couples and families to do.
The Balearic Islands. Paradise in the heart of the Mediterranean.