The Balearic Isles
The largest of the four inhabited Balearic Islands, Mallorca has been a tourist destination since early in the last century. The island is approximately 120 Km long with most of the resorts and population along the southern coast. The landscape, along with the other Balearics, is varied, with mountains, woodlands, fertile plains, sandy beaches and cliffs.
Mallorca can be accessed by Palma Airport
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The second largest of this group of islands, Menorca is no more than 20Km across, ensuring
that you are never far from the coast. The island however has a diverse landscape has not
seen a high influx of tourists.
Menorca can be accessed by Menorca Airport at Mahon
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The nearest inhabited island of the Balearics to mainland Spain, Ibiza lies approximately 160 Km off Valencia. With diverse scenery on an island surrounded by beaches of golden sand, this has been a popular holiday destination for many years.
Ibiza can be accessed by Ibiza Airport
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The smallest inhabited of the Balearics, Formentara is separated from Ibiza by a narrow channel