Villas in the Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands

About The Balearic Islands

Encircled by the Mediterranean off the north-eastern coast of Spain, the Balearic Islands exude a charm that leaves their visitors wanting to return year after year, and it is easy to see why. Sparkling aquamarine waters and sandy beaches are never far from our island properties, making these destinations an ideal choice for a holiday by the sea.

The largest of the islands is Mallorca, which sits in the centre of the archipelago, whilst its smaller sister islands of Menorca and Ibiza lie to the east and west. Welcoming, peaceful and serene, Menorca is an island of unique charm and beauty. Over the centuries, diverse cultural influences have bestowed on the island a distinctive character, evident in its landscape today.

In contrast, the larger island of Mallorca is well known for its lively coastal resorts but there is much more here to discover: from the limestone peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range on the west coast; across an unspoilt arable interior where workers continue to tend the groves of olives and citrus fruit as they have for centuries; to the rural south-east where scenic lanes wend their way through undulating countryside to hidden coves and sandy beaches.

Our Destinations in The Balearics

Mallorca is an island of diverse landscapes and scenic coastline; of quaint villages, picturesque fishing ports, fine sandy beaches and breathtaking scenery. Whether you come to relax and unwind by the pool, play golf, savour the local gastronomy, paint, take photographs or plan to explore this wonderful island, the possibilities are endless.

Due to its varied terrain and glorious climate, Mallorca is often described as a paradise for cyclists, walkers and bird watchers. Tranquil, relaxing, full of striking landscapes and surrounded by sun dappled Mediterranean waters, this magnificent island has a unique charm and casts a spell that has captivated visitors for centuries.

Known as 'Isla de Azul y Verde' (Island of Blue and Green), Menorca, though smaller than its neighbour Mallorca, boasts over 200km of coastline with countless coves and beautiful sandy beaches, lapped by sparkling blue seas.

For the actively inclined there are plenty of holiday pursuits such as cycling, horse riding, golf, tennis, sailing and watersports; if something more leisurely is for you, Menorca is a walker's paradise, with a surprising network of footpaths running alongside those typical low drystone walls - surely the best way to explore the island's landscape and its archaeological sites, historic monuments and wildlife reserves.