The Balearic Islands are one of the most popular destinations in the European Union. These Islands are an archipelago off Eastern Spain in the Western Mediterranean Sea, near the Eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula.
Palma is the capital city in the Balearic Islands. These islands are considered to be a large islands and known for its best and white beaches.
- Highest Temperature: 25* High
- GMT: +1 hour ~ United Kingdom
- Travel Time: 2 Hr 15 Minutes from United Kingdom
- Currency: Euros
- Language: Spanish
All islands in the Balearics are well connected to the mainland via flights and ferries.
Weather in Balearic Islands is always inviting throughout the year. Enjoy holiday in Balearic Islands would be ideal choice, irrespective time of the year you visit.
Most Popular Balearic Islands
Balearic Islands again classified into three different parts. They are Majorca (Mallorca), Menorca, and Ibiza. Even on winter mornings as the sun comes out days are glorious and you walk around in the mid-day.
Ibiza is considered to be the warmest of the three Islands when compared to Menorca and Mallorca.
However, all the three islands in Balearics enjoy the Mediterranean climate.
Ibiza is the party capital of Spain. As it is a short break away to European destination, it attracts millions of the party lovers and tourists round the year.
It is well known for the lively nightlife in Ibiza town and San Anton town. The official and legal age to gain entry into Ibiza clubs is 18 years.
Balearics Capital and Stunning Beaches
Majorca is one of the Spain’s Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean sea. It is known for beach resorts, sheltered coves, and limestone mountains. Palma is the capital of these Balearics, where you can enjoy the complete night life.
It is the seventh largest island in the Mediterranean sea by area.
Menorca as an Island
Capital of Menorca Island is Mahon and it is one the Balearic Island. It is the first Island to see the sunrise in Spain. It is one of the quietest Balearic Island and its wonderful destination for a family holiday.
Despite its smaller size among other Spanish islands, the number of beaches that Menorca has equaled the number of beaches that can be found in Mallorca