Sparkling jewels within Spain's crown, each of the Balearic Islands boasts its own charm and character. So it's not hard to see why they feature on travellers' bucket lists! From idyllic coves in Mallorca to stunning settings in Ibiza these Balearic beauties are teeming with things to do. Here's our top pick of day trips for you to explore Spain's wonders like never before…
Away from the lively atmosphere, there's plenty of things for you to discover this Balearic beauty like never before…
Seen as the island of dreams Es Vedra is a magical spot in Ibiza's south-coast. Be part of a long-established Ibiza tradition and head here for the spectacular sunset view of the majestic rock rising from the water. Something that should be added to everyone's Balearic bucket list.
Discover Ibiza's sister island Formentera with a short boat trip through sparkling turquoise waters. Blessed with incredible beaches and one of the most laid-back vibes of the Mediterranean, Formentera is an island of pure bliss. And it's the perfect spot if you wish to escape the every-day hustle and bustle!
Rich in cultural and historic artefacts Dalt Vila (the Old Town) is well worth a visit! When you're not exploring the cathedral or museums, lose yourself in the labyrinth of narrow passageways and discover rooftop restaurants and antique shops lining the cobbled streets. Here you feel like you've entered the 'real' Ibiza.
With water temperatures reaching up to 26°C in August, watersports in Ibiza is a must. For those who dare, head to San Antonio and enjoy everything from snorkelling to water-skiing explore Ibiza's dramatic coastline like never before. Spoiler alert – there'll be stunning sights you won't want to miss!
With our villas found all over the small island of Menorca, you'll find exploring this European gem easy and utterly worthwhile…
Hop on a boat and discover the world's second deepest natural harbour Mahon. Only from the water can you appreciate all of its coves, islets, forts and colonial style houses. Learn all about the history of Menorca and this picturesque 'must-see' port.
Jam-packed with activities for all ages, Cala en Bosch's waterpark is great fun for the whole family! It may not be the biggest but with thrill-seeking rides and a large pool to splash and slide in, Aquarock will keep everyone happy for hours. And for the big kids enjoy a spot of friendly competition with the go-karts!
Are you a history-buff at heart? Be sure to take a trip to the Naveta des Tudons. Close to Ciutadella this boat-shaped bronze burial chamber is a fascinating find. One of Menorca's most famous monuments, this cultural icon will help you uncover the island's chamber of secrets…
A summer holiday to a Menorca is not without letting your hair down – Spanish style. An explosion of colour hits the island from late June to September so whether it's jousting in June or dancing horses in September, you can't help but be caught up in the fun and frolics that only Spain's fiestas can deliver!
Popular among holidaymakers, with its captivating coastline and traditional lifestyle, Mallorca offers an exciting range of excursions and activities to suit every taste…
A trip to Mallorca is not without a stop to this majestic mountain range. Whether you chose to drive, take a guided walking or cycle tour, the incredible views you'll encounter along the way are second to none. And with the irresistible scent of wild herbs this spot is a treat for all the senses!
The captivating Cap de Formentor is where the top of Tramuntana Mountains meets the Mediterranean. Take a scenic drive to this northern tip of Mallorca, and feel on top of the world. Be sure to bring a camera to this peninsular as the scenery is jaw-dropping, with snapshots of the Mirador de Mal Pas worthy of any holiday photo album. But be warned, the drive isn't for the faint-hearted!
If you're seeking a secluded sanctuary of sand and sea then Calo des Moro is one to add to the list! Located on the south east of the island this breathtaking beach is seen as one of Mallorca's last paradises and with its toasty turquoise waters, it's a spot ideal for enjoying a swim in Spain's shores.
Get back to nature with a trip to these wonderful wetlands. Best explored by bike, head out onto the cycle trails and explore the stunning S'Albufera nature reserve. With the wind in your hair, the sun in your face and the sound of birdsong ringing in your ears, for some it may come as a welcome change from a trip to a bustling beach!
If some of these bucket list ideas have whet your appetite then why not treat yourself to a villa holiday in one of these Balearic beauties?