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Formentera - View from the beach to the sea © stbaus7 / Fotolia

Formentera

The second smallest island of the Balearic Islands

The Spanish island of Formentera lies 9 kilometres south of Ibiza. From here the second smallest island of the Balearic Islands can be reached in a half hour ferry crossing. It is possible that the longer journey has meant that the 82 square kilometre island has been largely spared by mass tourism. It is only since the 1980s that Formentera has become a permanent fixture in the package tour market. Before that it was long considered an insider tip for dropouts...

Minorca - ships in the sea Minorca - ships in the sea

Minorca

Holidaymakers' paradise in the Mediterranean

Menorca is translated from Catalan as "The Little One". But in contrast to its big sister Mallorca, new hotel buildings were prohibited early on in favor of nature. Today, almost half of the northernmost Balearic island is under nature protection. The nature park S' Albufera Es Grau has been a UNESCO biosphere reserve since 1993. The north of the island is rocky, rugged and rugged. The gentle south offers long sandy beaches and picturesque...

Mallorca - House directly on the beach © Simon Dannhauer / Fotolia

Mallorca

The largest island of the Balearic Islands

Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands. It lies in the Mediterranean Sea, east of the Spanish mainland, and is considered a tourist magnet. The trend for holidays on Mallorca is unbroken, because the island has much more to offer than just the well-known beach bars and party locations. In the immediate proximity of the capital Palma de Mallorca there is the probably most famous beach section: the Playa de Palma...

Ibiza - View from the sea to the beach © nito / Fotolia

Ibiza

Exciting nightlife and traditional hippie markets

The island belongs to the Balearic Islands and is only a few hours flight time away from Europe. But the popularity of the Spanish island in the Mediterranean is not only due to the short journey. Visitors can expect beautiful beaches with shimmering waters, an exciting nightlife and traditional hippie markets, which are considered a Mecca for all shopping lovers. Since the 1970s the island has been fully developed for tourism and...