Holidays in the Balearics
The Balearic Islands are set in the Mediterranean Sea to the East of mainland Spain and North of Africa. There are 3 main tourist islands and these are Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza. All three boast sunshine throughout the spring and summer with warm but sometimes wet weather in the winter. Below is more information on each of the Balearic Islands where you can have a great holiday closer to home.
You would be wrong to think that Ibiza was only suited to those youngster’s who wanted to rave all night and lazy about during the daytime on one of its nudist beaches. Yes, the island still offers all of this but it has moved on since the 1960’s to cater for a wider audience including families and couples of all ages. San Antonia or as some would call it “Sin” Antonio still offers some of the best nightclubs and disco’s in the Med but move a few miles out and you’re in a different world....Read More
Majorca (Mallorca) is the largest of the Balearic Islands which sits in the Mediterranean Sea south of mainland Spain. Unlike the other Balearic Islands, parts of Majorca are open to holidaymakers throughout the year and is a popular long-stay destination for those who are looking to escape the cold winters of northern Europe. This magical island has a host all inclusive holidays on offer to suit all taste and budgets...Read More
The Balearic Island of Menorca is an ideal destination for families and couples seeking more relaxed holiday in the sun. Menorca is a picture postcard holiday destination offering a stunning coastline backed by olive covered hillsides, quaint villages and charming old town squares with their cobbled stoned markets. The main attraction is however Menorca’s sun drenched golden sand beaches which are ideal for all ages including those with a bucket & spade...Read More
The Balearic Parliament to introduce a new Tourist Tax.
From July the first 2016 visitors to any of the Balearic Islands will have to pay a local tax when checking in to their holiday accommodation. Adults will have to pay around €1.5 per day but children under 16 will be exempt. More details and charges can be seen here.
Stop dreaming and Go-there.