For centuries the Balearic Islands have been a location prized by various civilisations.
For centuries the Balearic Islands have been a location prized by various civilisations, all of which left a legacy that will whisper to you the history of each island. Mallorca has archaeological sites such as Son Fornés, the ancient Roman city of Pollentia or the historical district of Palma, where the medieval influence is on display on sublime Gothic buildings such as the Santa Maria cathedral (La Seu), which treasures artistic artwork by Antoni Gaudí and Miquel Barceló.
In Menorca the Talaiotic archaeological sites will amaze you, with constructions that seem to have been built by giants, such as the Naveta dels Tudons or the Poblado de Talatí in Dalt. The white island of Ibiza holds a valuable Phoenician and Carthaginian legacy, along with a beautiful walled city that is World Heritage, “Dalt Vila”, where you can stroll through ancient cobbled streets that still retain echoes of the past, with views over the infinite sea.