Within the Balearic Islands we can find Mallorca, Cabrera, Menorca, Formentera and Ibiza. These islands have a Phoenician cultural past, so they are loaded with a unique history.
Ibiza is one of the most popular islands within this destination, ideal for those looking for nightlife, beaches and party everywhere. Formentera is a smaller island, where you can find quiet beaches and magical cliffs. Mallorca stands out for its wide architectural wealth, while Menorca has been declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO.
When traveling to the Balearic Islands you must try their exotic cuisine. Among the dishes highlights the “Ensaimada de Mallorca”, made with pork. You can also find the lobster stew, a dish that fishermen used to eat daily during the early twentieth century. If you like beef, you cannot miss the “Frito Mallorquín”. The Balearic gastronomy is Mediterranean highly influenced by Arabian, French and English culture, so it´s an unmissable exotic mixture.
Essential to visit in Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands offer a wide range of tourist attractions. However, the Cathedral of Menorca is something you cannot miss. It was built in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries and was formerly a mosque.
Today it is the most important Gothic building in the area, full of art and history. In the same way, an emblematic place of the Balearic Islands is the “Port of Ciudadela”, where you will find numerous restaurants to delight your palate.
Our Recommendation: Stay at the Grupotel Macarella Suites & Spa 4 ****. Strolling around the grounds you will find the marina and its wide range of bars and restaurants where you can try the best recipes based on fresh Mediterranean fish.
Get to know the destination in a different way through a unique experience.
Discover the local cuisine, typical places to dine or have a drink.
Visit the most iconic places and be amazed by the culture, history and tradition.
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