Customised Holiday in Ibiza and other Balearic Islands

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The Balearic Islands are located between Spain and the North African coast and are the most popular destination in the whole of Europe. This Balearic Islands are made up of Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera.

Ibiza
One of the most well known islands in the world, Ibiza attracts thousands of holidaymakers each year with its beautiful beaches and azure blue waters, stunning scenery, legendary nightclubs, and lively atmosphere. Despite its reputation as being a mecca for those looking for non-stop hedonism, Ibiza does in fact have a variety of destinations suitable for all types of travellers the island is full of quieter locations ideal for a more laid-back experience, with excellent snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba diving, and sailing, as well as great walks, shopping, and fine dining all on offer. But being host to some of the most impressive club nights in the world, when high season arrives the island is swarming with thousands seeking, not only a perfect tan, but the holiday experience of a lifetime.

Menorca
Of all the Balearic Islands, Menorca is the least commercial and gimmicky, and it has done the best job of preserving the striking natural beauty for which the archipelago is known. Menorca's fabulous coastline has a greater number of beaches than Ibiza, Majorca and Formentera put together, and while it is justifiably known as an island of beautiful beaches, this is far from all it has to offer. The north coast is a wild, pine-permeated region of largely untouched landscape, indented by several exquisite and isolated coves. The S'Albufera wetlands reserve is among the richest ecosystems on the island; it is made up of a series of dunes, marshes, lagoons and pine groves, and harbours scores of seabirds, migratory birds, flora and fauna. there are countless archaeological sites and cultural attractions scattered throughout.

Majorca
Year round sun, golden beaches, clear, warm waters and as much nightlife as you can take, Majorca has just about everything you could want from a holiday destination and it is also one of the more affordable Mediterranean holiday choices. Leisure activities, including scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing and other water sports, as well as golf, horseback riding, go carting, hiking and cycling among many others, are numerous and can be enjoyed all around the island. There are also fun aqua parks with slides and pools, and many theme parks that are ideal for kids. Other major tourist destinations in Majorca include the capital city Palma, with its massive Gothic cathedral.

Formentera
Formentera is the smallest of the Balearic Islands, is located just off the coast of Ibiza. It is often referred to as the ' last paradise of the Mediterranean ' due to its lack of urban development and limit on the number of resorts that are allowed to be built. Formentera, a chill-out island, where some people lose themselves for the entire summer, needing little more to keep them happy than white beaches and sunset parties saw growth in tourism during the 70's ad 80's with a hippy invasion.

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