Travel guide Baleares
Take off: Discover the Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands are located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Rent a cozy finca for the whole family from a private owner in Port de Soller or an apartment with Wi-Fi in Ibiza Town. A holiday home with a large pool or an apartment overlooking the picturesque bay of Alcudia will make your holiday in the Balearic Islands unforgettable. As you arrive by plane, you'll catch a glimpse of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Mallorca, which has more to offer than tapas bars and Ballermann. Can you spot your holiday home in Cala Millor
from the air? Probably not, but the anticipation is immeasurable. The Balearic Islands have a glorious history. Immerse yourself in a past century on your excursions or visit the most beautiful sights in the Balearic Islands. If you rent an apartment in the center of Palma at a reasonable price, you are at the pulse of time. Outside the city, it is easier to find a holiday home with a pool and sea view. Feel welcome on the beach of Can Picafort or in an apartment in Sa Rapita. Find your preferred island. There are many hotspots to consider for your holiday with a pool in the Balearic Islands.
Enjoy Mallorcan holiday pleasures
Are you planning a beach holiday in Mallorca, would you rather visit the sights of Palma de Mallorca, or are you looking forward to a hiking holiday in the Balearic Islands
? If you are excited about the water, want to dive in the Mediterranean Sea, or plan a sailing trip to Santa Margalida, book your holiday home with a pool and plenty of space for pets and children. Between May and August, the terrace of your holiday home is hot. The temperatures on each of the Balearic Islands exceed 30 degrees. A private pool in the holiday home or a villa on the beach is perfect. In Cala Figuera, you will surely find an affordable apartment from a private owner near the sights or a villa with a pool. The whole island has a Mediterranean climate. The winters are windy but not cold. Rent an apartment in Menorca, the easternmost island of the Balearic Islands, without any hassle and get to know the Balearic Islands better. The coast lined with pine forests invites you to relax on the beach and is generally quieter than its neighboring island Mallorca. Be sure to plan a visit to another island to discover the diversity of Spanish culture. A highlight of your holiday in Mallorca is the breathtaking Tramuntana Mountains. The mountain range is located in the north of Mallorca. Spring is pleasant on Formentera or another Balearic Island. With a maximum of 25 degrees, an active holiday with cycling or hiking, including your pet, is ideal.
Combine Cala, apartment, and sightseeing perfectly
Pittoresque and enchanting is Son Servera in the northeast of Mallorca with its striking windmill towers. Don't be put off by the hills, as the cobbled streets and squares show a tranquil Mallorcan flair. From here, your holiday home includes a sea view. An incredible sight when you wake up in the morning or lie on the terrace of your finca. Discover the most beautiful sights of the Balearic Islands. Not to be missed are the Cathedral La Seu in the center of Palma and the Cuevas del Drach, the Dragon Caves. The Royal Palace Almudaina in Palma was built by Moors and is a must-see place if you spend a finca holiday on Mallorca
. The beauty of each island in the Balearic Islands is the fact that you are always surprised anew. The east coast of Mallorca is beautiful. Everywhere you will find a comfortable holiday home or an apartment that you can rent cheaply from a private owner. The Serra de Tramuntana is a great region. You can quickly reach a city like Sant Llorenc and live in an affordable villa with a sea view. Holiday homes in the Balearic Islands ole? Where to first or where would you like to leave your mark as a guest in Spain? Take the time to visit the picturesque stone houses of Pollenca or Sant Llorenc. In Mahon, the island capital of Menorca, you can admire villas built in Georgian style. El Pilar is located on the La Mola peninsula in the east of Formentera, the smallest of the Spanish islands.
Between tradition and modernity
The Mallorcan architecture is always worth a second look. The town hall of Palma de Mallorca dates back to the 17th century and shows elements of the Baroque style. The love for the country and the relaxed lifestyle of the Spaniards is also evident in your apartment in the bay of Alcudia
or the elegant finca with a view over the Mediterranean Sea. Visit one of the weekly markets where traditional handicrafts are presented. Typical souvenirs from the Balearic Islands include shoes and other leather products, basketry, and the famous Majorica pearls from Manacor. Be attentive on your tour of the market in Cala Millor. With luck, you will find glass handicrafts at one of the traditional weekly markets in Mallorca. Bring your new treasures to your apartment in Sant or accommodation with a sea view. A holiday home in a city like Palma de Mallorca is interesting if you want to experience the nightlife of Mallorca. If you prefer the silence in a Cala, accommodation by the water is ideal.
Enjoy culinary delights in the Balearic Islands
The Spaniards love good food - and good wine. Look forward to a culinary unforgettable holiday in the Balearic Islands. One of the typical dishes, paella, tastes better as a guest in a restaurant in a Cala or directly in Palma. Freshly caught fish and other seafood make the Mallorcan dish a real feast. Eat in good company or enjoy a relaxed evening with your family. The table is set on the terrace of your finca, overlooking the nature of Spain. A nice restaurant in El Arenal surely has Carne Guisada on its menu. A popular dessert in the Balearic Islands is flan, a very delicious caramel pudding in various variations. The Spanish paella is served with calamari, chicken fillet, pork fillet, shrimp, mussels, and lobster tails. Additional ingredients such as rice, olives, chili peppers, onions, and peppers must not be missing. You can taste the crisp fresh vegetables of the Balearic Islands with the first bite. Wine lovers look forward to the wine festival of Binissalem, which ceremoniously marks the end of the grape harvest.
Fun for the whole family
For your family holiday in the Balearic Islands
, you are spoilt for choice. How about a Mallorcan finca in Cala Pi with a view of the Mediterranean Sea, so that your pet can also enjoy a fantastic holiday? A nice alternative is a smaller holiday home in Lloret de Vistalegre. Enjoy sunbathing on the beach of Cala Murada in the southeastern part of Mallorca or take a trip to the picturesque village of Fornalutx. The whole family will have a great time in the Balearic Islands, and you will surely find the perfect accommodation for your needs.