There is something for everyone when holidaying on the Balearic Islands. Ibiza, Mallorca, Majorca and Formentera are the main tourist destinations and all have individual characteristics and cultures that keep people flocking to them each year. If you want that feeling of escape from the grind of everyday work, then a Spanish island in the
The best of both worlds: Why Ibiza’s Es Cana is the perfect destination for those seeking both relaxing and lively holidays
Playa Es Cana is a relaxed area of Ibiza, which has plenty of amenities on offer, such as beach bars and restaurants situated on the seafront, a working harbour with schools of fish swimming around the boats, all against a beautiful backdrop of palm trees.
Spain’s Balearic Islands provide a wonderful feeling of escape from everyday life. All have their different character, culture and landscapes, from the hedonistic clubs of Ibiza, to the great beaches of Mallorca or the peace and quiet of secluded Formentera. Mallorca Mallorca has superb beaches, from the thirteen-kilometre-long Ca’n Picafort, to small tucked away coves,
Ibiza might have its lively resorts, Playa d’en Bossa or San Antonio immediately spring to mind, but this beautiful Island also offers a tranquil holiday experience, perfect for unwinding and getting away from it all.
There are places in the world that just radiate a unique aura and Isla Es Vedra in Ibiza is certainly one of them. This is a place where people claim they feel a mysterious force, a place of meditation, spirituality, an island steeped in legend and myth.
Known as a popular hippy commune in the 1960s, the almond, fig and carob tree laden town of San Carlos clings on to a much more tranquil atmosphere than many of Ibiza’s largest towns.
San Carlos in Ibiza might be small but it is well known, with good reason. This pretty village to the north of Santa Eulalia has long been a popular destination for artists and those seeking some cultural and scenic inspiration.
Fancy watching a huge watermelon fight, followed by an even bigger firework display under the Old Town walls of Ibiza Town on a warm August night? If you’re in Ibiza Town on the 8th August, you’ll be able to do just that!
With an enviably warm climate, safe bathing on beautiful beaches, fantastic parks and hordes of activities for children, it’s safe to say Ibiza isn’t just a destination for 18 – 30s, it’s a great place for families to unwind, relax and have fun.
Ibiza might be globally-renowned for being an island of 24 hour parties, hangovers and sun-drenched beaches. There is however a much more artistic side to Ibiza. If your forthcoming trip to the popular Spanish island comes with aspirations to be artistically-inspired, you’re heading to the right destination. The island is simply awash with galleries and