The blissful Balearic Islands are the jewel in Spain’s crown. Offering the much sought-after Mediterranean climate with over 300 days of sunshine per year, you can go ahead and give yourself a great holiday in a villa in the Balearics. Whilst each island has magnificent beaches and stunning scenery in common, they each hold their own unique identity and charm. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil break in Menorca, an adventure-packed holiday in Majorca or wanting to explore Ibiza’s natural beauty, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to your Spanish villa holiday in the Balearic Islands.
No matter the Balearic villa you choose, there will be plenty of blissful moments in store for everyone in the family. Whether you crave an action-packed holiday with beaches and waterparks or a more cultured journey through these islands’ fascinating past and diverse mountain villages, our villas in the Balearic Islands are next to it all.
Beaches in Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands’ range of beaches are endless and are ideally equipped for family holidays. Long stretches of golden sand as well as picturesque coves line the shores of these stunning islands, many of which hold the prestigious Blue-Flag status for cleanliness and safety. Our villas in the Balearic Islands are within easy reach of the very best beaches, meaning you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to a day by the pool or a day at the beach!
Nightlife in Balearic Islands
Ibiza and Majorca lead the way in the Balearic’s clubbing scene – but there’s so much more on offer than you might think. Our Balearic Island villa rentals are ideally located in the more family-friendly resorts where you can enjoy harbour-side drinks, vibrant bars and even live music and dancing. From the busy ports of Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa in Majorca to Menorca’s sleepy seaside towns, there’s enough variety in the Balearics no matter your taste.
Food and Drink in Balearic Islands
Many restaurants will serve all of your traditional Spanish favourites including paella and tapas, as well as a whole range of international cuisines. Don’t be afraid to try some of the local speciality dishes too, you might just find a new favourite!
History and Culture in Balearic Islands
Balearic villa holidays are packed with enough treasures to keep a dedicated history buff busy for days. Delve deep into the islands’ history by exploring ancient villages, Gothic Castles and striking Cathedrals. The inhabitants of the Balearic Islands are proud of their history and heritage and there is a distinct difference here compared to the Spanish mainland.