Young night owls, older families, active types: it doesn't matter who you are, there's a destination in the Balearic Islands for you...
Top five attractions
Clubbing in Ibiza
The island of Ibiza is suitable for families and couples, while yoga devotees enjoy the country retreats, but this island has a reputation as a party capital for a host of great reasons. The super clubs between Ibiza Town and San Antonio are world famous and summer time is electric around here.
Culture and shopping in Palma
For a different take on island life, visit Majorca's capital of Palma, where the curvy edifice of Bellver Castle stands watch above the city. You'll find plenty of shops, plus art galleries and museums in Palma.
Walking in Menorca
Menorca's beaches are hard to leave once you've settled on to those fine sands, but to get a little more active pick up one of the walking trails that crisscross the island. El Camí de Cavalls, a well-known coastal trail, is one of the best.
Family fun in Majorca
Water parks, the Caves of Drach, lively resorts, the tourist train at Soller... Majorca has much to offer families of all ages.
Enjoying the seaside in Formentera
The beaches of the Balearic Islands are some of the best in Europe, but Formentera holds a mystical allure for those with a penchant for white sands and clear shallow waters. Apart from the resort of Es Pujols, this island has been largely untouched by humans. It's simply spectacular.