(Balearic Islands, Spain)
Off the east coast of Spain lie the Balearic Islands — among the most beautiful and popular destinations in the western Mediterranean Sea. The Balearics’ four main islands are Mallorca (capital city, Palma), Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera, plus tiny Cabrera. Centuries ago, these islands were invaded by the Moors and many others. And the Balearic Islands’ still hold traces of human habitation going back nearly 8,000 years.
Visitors to the Balearics will be rewarded with the almost 300 days of sun annually. Whether lazing on the gorgeous beaches or sailing the crystal clear waters, you can enjoy the islands’ rich culture and friendly locals (most of whom speak Spanish as well as their native Catalan).
- Don’t miss Palma, Mallorca's capital city. It boasts one of Europe’s largest marinas, and several international regattas are held in its bay, where fresh breezes make for fantastic sailing.
- Visit Mallorca's Dragon Caves to see phenomenal stalagmite and stalactite formations and an underground lake.
- Explore Minorca’s mysterious archeological ruins featuring prehistoric stone structures called talaiots and taules.
- Observe many species of seabirds, dolphins, whales and other marine life at Cabrera’s Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park, which lies a little over 9.7km (6 miles) south of Mallorca.
Other activities in include water sports, winery hopping, and clubbing at hot local nightspots.
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