With nature clothed in all its spring finery, the Balearic Islands invite you to come and enjoy its hiking and cycling routes or discover its wetlands - a birdwatcher’s paradise at this time of year. It’s also a good time to get to know its impressive cultural heritage and traditions, especially at Easter, with its ancestral celebrations and traditional foods. And don’t miss the fairs held in many of the island’s towns and villages, including the spectacular fira i el firo in Sóller and Mediaeval Ibiza.
Spring is a particularly beautiful time of year in Majorca. The temperature is pleasant, which makes it an excellent time for outdoor activities, such as strolling around Palma, Alcúdia or Pollença, enjoying a wonderful paella by the sea or tasting the variats on one of the city's terraces. But this time of year is especially appreciated by those who love to experience nature in its most natural state. It is a fantastic place to practice outdoor sports or to fill your lungs with fresh air in its spectacular natural environment, on the many cycling and hiking routes. In addition, the island's wetlands come alive in spring, where a multitude of migratory birds rest before continuing their journey.VER MÁS
The deep green of Menorca's winter gives way to an explosion of a thousand colours in spring. At this time of the year, the sun begins to bathe the island in a golden light and visitors have the chance to take their first swim of the year in incredible and solitary virgin coves. It is the perfect time to discover its Talayotic legacy, as the talayots, navetas, taulas and prehistoric settlements are monuments found in the open air. Another great idea is to explore its coastal areas, taking excursions along the Camí de Cavalls on foot, by bike or on horseback. It is also a perfect time for birdwatching, as Menorca is a resting area for a multitude of migratory birds, which take advantage of its tranquillity and the freshness of its wetlands.VER MÁS
Ibiza is beginning to wake up in spring. The days become longer and warmer, but without the extremes of summer, making it possible to take a quick dip in its paradisiacal coves, without the influx of summer visitors. Spring is the ideal time to visit its open air monuments: visit the Renaissance walls of Dalt Vila, which are a World Heritage Site, discover the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta or the Puig des Molins. A visit to its hippy markets is a must, as is a stroll through its fortified white churches or an exploration of its country lanes. It is also an excellent time for water sports, such as sailing or kayaking alongside the impressive cliffs.VER MÁS
Formentera in spring is a true natural and Mediterranean paradise, ideal for reconnecting with oneself, with simplicity and nature. Its fields are dressed in a thousand colours and its paradisiacal coves offer the possibility of the first swim of the year. The sunsets from one of its beach bars are a pleasure for the senses. These are ideal months to discover the route of the lighthouses of Formentera and do water sports such as kayaking, paddle surfing or sailing, and thus discover the beautiful corners of the island from the sea. It is also a greatVER MÁS