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Why Visit the Balearic Islands?

There are many faces to the Balearic Islands, from the historical towns of Mallorca, to the buzzing nightlife of Ibiza and sleepy coves of Menorca. Relax on the sands of Santa Ponsa, explore the gothic like architecture to be found in Palma or wander around the colourful marinas present on all of the islands. Miles of sandy beaches surround the Balearic Islands, making this the ideal sun escape for the solo traveller who is in need for a chilled-out-vibe.

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Discover the Balaeric Islands

The Largest Balearic Islands

Mallorca and Ibiza tempt travellers with their sandy beaches, buzzing nightlife and warmer climates during the summer months. Palma, in particular is a treasure-trove of boutiques, tapas bars and the notable Gothic Cathedral. With their perfect blends of relaxing beaches and buzzing nightlife, Mallorca and Ibiza are the ideal sun escape for any solo traveller.

Smallest Balearic Island - Menorca

Menorca is the quietest of its neighbouring islands. Blessed with beautiful white sands and sleepy bays, it is also rich with historical sites such as the naveta of Es Tudons – the oldest building in Europe! Taste the fresh produce at Ciutadella’s Farmer’s Market or walk on the sands of Cala Galdana’s beach, before enjoying a harbourfront dinner with your fellow solo travellers.

Explore Balearic Islands

Holidays to Balearic Islands

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