Thousands of people take flights to the Balearic Islands every day, landing in Palma de Majorca, Menorca or Ibiza (Sant Jordi) airports. With around three hundred beaches between the islands of Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca, Balearic Islands flights lead you to popular destinations that offer much variety. With sights such as the cathedrals and museums that each of the three main islands offer, as well as the Pol-léntia Roman city of Majorca, and the Santa Agueda Castle of Menorca, there is much to engage the cultural enthusiast, whilst the local Adlib fashion label, Menorcan honey and locally produced wines offer an opportunity for retail therapy too; why not rummage for bargains at the Es Canar market on Ibiza? There are caves to be explored, water parks to be enjoyed, and horse racing and shows too, not to mention lively nightlife, particularly on Ibiza, and lots of relaxing beaches for sun worshippers. For the island of Formentera, a flight to Ibiza with an onward flight is the way to reach the resorts there.
| flights should ideally be booked well in advance, as demand is extremely high.... |
Summer is the peak time to travel to the Balearics, especially June to August, and at this time, it is flight availability that is of even greater concern than flight prices. Although a last-minute booking may, rarely, secure a cheap flight, flights should ideally be booked well in advance, as demand is extremely high.
Cheap Flights to the Balearic Islands are usually those for the low season winter months. Cost comparison and advance booking will secure the cheapest flight prices, and the Balearic Islands are still a pleasant destination in the cooler months. Direct flights to Ibiza and Menorca are few in winter and you will probably need to connect in Palma or Barcelona.