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Don’t miss Palma's city cathedral in Majorca. The sheer size of the building is astonishing, but it's the unique blend of architectures that makes this truly a sight to behold. This 13th century beauty combines Gothic and Renaissance designs with 19th century and contemporary interior features.
If you're after natural beauty, Menorca offers many ways to take in its scenery. Choose to explore from Monte Toro, the highest point at 358 metres above sea level with panoramic views of the area, or set your sights a little lower with a sea-level tour of Maó Harbour on a glass bottom boat.
Take a lazy horseback tour of Menorca’s countryside or get the blood pumping and explore the coast by kayak. There are beaches that are only accessible from the sea and kayaking is the perfect way to find one of these secluded treasures, hidden all along the 216km of coastline.
For some family fun in the sun, Majorca is home to some of the best waterparks in the Mediterranean. Hidropark in Alcudia has giant waterslides and rides that the little ones will love and Aqualand in Arenal is situated next to beautiful gardens, perfect for the grown-ups to enjoy.
Dress to impress and hit the clubs of Ibiza. With a reputation for being the top party destination with nightclubs hosting world famous bands and DJs playing sets to fun-loving visitors, foam nights and the notorious boat parties, you can experience the wilder side of the Balearics.
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Majorca is the largest of the islands and offers a huge range of resorts suitable for families and couples alike. Whether you want relaxing naps on golden sands, water sports and waterparks, sightseeing or glittering nightlife, it’s all happening in Majorca. Menorca is known as a family island, though that doesn’t mean there’s nothing for adults! With abundant wildlife and natural beauty, Menorca is great for holidaymakers that love the outdoors and a sense of adventure. Ibiza is known as one of the nightlife capitals of the world, but there’s more to it than dancing and drinking. Check out some of Ibiza’s spotless Blue Flag beaches and get stuck into some exhilarating water sports. Formentera and Cabrera are pretty little islands perfect for experiencing some traditional island life. Stroll along pretty beaches and enjoy the unspoilt views these tiny islands offer. The Balearics are as varied as they are beautiful, so whatever you’re after on holiday, you’ll find it here.