The Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands form an autonomous province and can be found just off the east coast of Valencia. They are comprised of the islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, with the closest island lying 85 km from the mainland, and the furthest lying 333 km away.

Menorca 1

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MORE ABOUT THE BALEARIC ISLANDS

This group of islands has a smooth coastline which is dominated by various bays, coves and capes. The Balearic archipelago has a predominantly Mediterranean climate, with an average annual rainfall of between 500 and 600mm, with rain falling mainly in spring and autumn. The fact that the islands benefit from an average of three hundred days of sunshine, make the Balearics one of Spain’s most pleasant regions.

Menorca

From the steep slopes of the high peaks of the Sierra de Tramuntana in Mallorca, the wide variety of habitats in the S’Albufera des Grau Nature Reserve in Mahon, the delightful scenery of Las Salinas in Ibiza to the sandy havens of peace in Formentera, the Balearic Islands are an excellent place all year around.

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