Spain and Balearic Islands

Nestled off the coast of mainland Spain, The balearic Islands offer a laid back arena to explore both world class nightlife as well as some of the Mediterranean’s quietest turquoise bays.

Are you looking for Bohemian vibes and sunset beats? Look no further than the ‘White Isle’ of Ibiza, but if you want to explore a little further, then each of the Balearic Islands each have some unique treasures to discover.

If you are looking to restore the body and soul, then Formentera, the smallest of the Balearic Islands offers a slower pace of life with long dune backed beaches and crystal clear waters. The perfect place to kick off your shoes and grab your book and snorkel.

Fishermans Boat Formentera, Spain

FORMENTERA – Typical fishing boat in the Formentera island arriving to the shore.

To the North why not explore Mallorca, the largest of the islands and her little sister Menorca. The larger of the two boast a rich mix of resorts, restaurants, and nightlife as well as some stunning limestone mountains, Roman and Moorish remains, and secluded coves to discover. Visit popular Palma for yachts, nightlife, sizzling Sobrassada sausages, and five star cuisine.

For lower key relaxation and restoration venture on to Menorca and discover its miles of long sandy beaches and relax in the shade of a pine tree lining a crystal clear turquoise crescent bay.