Now’s the time to get the most out of the Mediterranean! In the Balearic Islands, radiant sunshine and idyllic coves and beaches are waiting for you. But there’s much more to the islands than just sand - the summer also exudes culture. Music festivals are held in iconic settings such as Valldemossa, Deià, Pollença, Maó and Bellver Castle. And besides music there’s tradition - many towns and villages celebrate their annual fiestas at this time of year, including the iconic Sant Joan de Ciutadella, held at the end of June.
There are as many things to do and see in Majorca in summer as there are visitors. Paradise beaches and coves are most definitely a must, and at this time of year they are at their best, surrounded by pine forests, white sand and turquoise waters. However, summer in Majorca opens the door to spectacular plans: you can take a boat and visit the Cabrera Archipelago National Park, the only one of its kind in the Balearic Islands. You can also explore the depths of the island by scuba diving, snorkelling or exploring the spectacular Drach Caves. In addition, the island's cultural agenda is packed with interesting plans: open-air concerts, recitals on warm summer evenings and fun festivals in honour of the patron saints. Come and create your own experience!VER MÁS
Menorca in summer is an unspoilt Mediterranean paradise. Its more than 200 kilometres of coastline and 119 beaches and coves, most of them unspoilt, shine with their own light. It is an ideal time for water sports, from kayaking to sailing and scuba diving. Summer in Menorca is also synonymous with patron saint festivals, festivals that are much loved and eagerly awaited by the Menorcans. They begin in June with the Sant Joan festivities in Ciutadella and end with the Sant Nicolau festivities in Es Mercadal in September. The key figure in all of these festivities is the Menorcan horse. In addition, during the summer months the island is bursting with cultural events and open-air concerts, craft markets and incredible sunsets by the sea.VER MÁS
Ibiza in summer is nocturnal, diverse, vibrant and cosmopolitan. It is visited by people from all over the world, its coves and beaches shine with their own light, the tourist services are in full swing and the island becomes one of the main focal points of the Mediterranean nightlife. But Ibiza is a multifaceted island and has options to satisfy every kind of traveller. We recommend you take advantage of the warm temperatures to practice water sports and discover the depths of the Ses Salines Natural Park, with its impressive marine forests of posidonia oceanica. You can also visit its craft markets, discover Ibizan Adlib fashion and explore its traditional roots by attending a "xacota pagesa" and a "ball pagès" show.VER MÁS
Formentera in summer is the Mediterranean paradise par excellence. The island comes alive and welcomes visitors from across the globe, attracted by the unparalleled beauty of its beaches, its Mediterranean atmosphere and its beautiful scenery. The sunsets from one of its lighthouses or beach bars are a wonderful natural spectacle. It is a magnificent time to discover the beauty of its coves, practice water sports and explore the Posidonia oceanica meadows in the Ses Salines Natural Park. In addition, there are plenty of cultural and sporting events, concerts, markets, open-air cinema sessions and local festivals, where you can discover the authentic culture and folklore of Formentera.VER MÁS