The Mediterranean sun, turquoise sea and blue skies: all available in the Balearic islands. And there are lots of differences too, with Majorca, the largest and most popular island; Minorca, the smallest, wildest, and most protected; Ibiza, the party island that never sleeps, and the mysterious Formentera, as well as lots of other little islands, each with its own personality.
Majorca, for example, is the foremost of the Balearics. It is very popular, and has developed all sorts of tourist infrastructures which attract constant flows of travellers from all over Europe every year.
The well-known island of Ibiza was where large numbers of hippies used to gather. It is now a partying and night-owls' paradise, with fantastic beaches and clubs that are famous throughout Europe.
Minorca, meanwhile, is a quieter place that has retained its authentic character, villages and landscapes, so can offer visitors the opportunity to really immerse themselves in an island with protected countryside.
With hiking, sports, sunbathing and exploring the island's heritage, there are all sorts of things to discover in Minorca.
And the Balearics also include the islands of Cabrera, Dragonera, Conejera and Espalmador, many of which are uninhabited, and which add a wild charm to this archipelago.
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