Imagine you are Coming home. You take off your shoes and feel better than anywhere else. Immediately you feel the comfort of your rooms and the delicious aroma of the good gastronomy of your kitchen. A unique light like the one of Formentera enters your home through the windows; you sense a feeling of peace like the green trails of Menorca; you treasure vibrant and unrepeatable moments like the ones of Ibiza; you feel fulfilled and happy like in Mallorca. Arriving at the Balearic Islands is like feeling at home. In every room, the experience you want to live, and in all of them, your home.
There are plenty of things to do in Mallorca. Its capital, Palma, is perfect for walking or cycling and offers an incredible variety of cultural plans: tapas in the old town, strolling through the Jewish Quarter and visiting monuments such as the Cathedral, the Royal Palace of the Almudaina or the Museum of Contemporary Art are a great place to start. But there’s more: Mallorca is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean and a mountain range that crosses it from east to west, where you can find beautiful traditional villages once inhabited by renowned artists and writers. Mallorca is also a pleasure that melts on the palate, so don't forget to visit one of its wineries and enjoy the island's delicious gastronomy.VER MÁS
Menorca has been a Biosphere Reserve since 1993 and most of its territory is unspoilt and protected. As a result, the island is the ideal place to get away from it all and immerse yourself in nature thanks to its extensive network of hiking and cycling routes or to get involved in activities at sea, such as kayaking, snorkelling or sailing. Menorca also boasts a wealth of impressive archaeological sites and an excellent gastronomy that preserves the flavour of the civilisations that have inhabited the island throughout history. Menorca is also a Starlight Reserve: its clean, clear atmosphere and low level of light pollution make it an excellent place for astronomical observations.VER MÁS
Ibiza is a multifaceted island. On the one hand, it has a vibrant, bohemian and cosmopolitan vibe. And on the other, it is a beautiful Mediterranean paradise to lose yourself and then find yourself again, with a rich and interesting culture and history, shaped by the civilisations that have inhabited the island. It is also a paradise that can be explored at a leisurely pace along the nature trails, designed for admiring its incredible landscapes, farmland, islets and pine forests. Discover why it is a World Heritage Site by land and by sea, taking in the walls of Dalt Vila or the Posidonia oceanica meadows in Ses Salines Natural Park. Take a stroll through its white villages with the smell of chimneys and admire its fortified churches, explore its white sandy coves and crystal-clear waters, discover the footprints left by artists, writers and architects and enjoy its rich gastronomy.VER MÁS
Formentera is a Mediterranean paradise like no other. Its relaxed and bohemian atmosphere can be felt as soon as you step foot on the island. As a result, it is the ideal place to get away from it all thanks to its incredible heavenly coves, natural spaces and impressive landscapes. It has an extensive network of nature trails to discover the island at a relaxed pace and a route of lighthouses, from where you can take in stunning sunsets. It is also the ideal place to participate in water sports and explore the incredible underwater biodiversity in the Ses Salines Natural Park, a World Heritage Site that it shares with its sister island, Ibiza. It is also home to charming restaurants where you can feel the force of the Mediterranean melt in your mouth.VER MÁS