So, you’ve booked your holiday to the Balearics and you cannot wait for the Mediterranean sun to tan your skin. But what if you want more, what if you want to get out and about and see some of the local attractions during your time in the Balearics?
Well, here at Holiday Hypermarket we have carefully selected the best things to do and see in the Balearic Islands, so you don’t have to miss out on the islands’ must-see attractions.
If you’re heading to Majorca you’re in for a real treat! Not only does this island offer amazing nightlife and fantastic water sports, but it also has a wealth of culture and history to blow your mind.
Palma La Seu Cathedral
Even if you haven’t visited Majorca, you’ll have most likely heard of this magnificent cathedral. Overlooking the city of Palma, this jewel in the crown cathedral is steeped in history. So, if you’re looking to learn something new on your travels then make sure this is on your list of things to do in Majorca.
Caves of Drach
If you’re looking for beauty and adventure all rolled into one then the Caves of Drach will suit you down to the ground. Each year thousands of visitors flock to these caves to see fantastic rock and limestone foundations. And the cherry on top of the cake has to be the classical music concerts where you’ll witness musicians floating across the lake in boats as they play a collection of operatic music. What more can you ask for?
Have you booked Ibiza yet? If not, then what are you waiting for? This non-stop island is a place where tomorrow never dies with its 24-hour parties. However, Ibiza has so much more to offer than its noisy nightclubs and booming bars.
Have you heard about Ibiza’s famous hippy markets? If not, It’s one of the islands top attractions and a must see for any holidaymaker. With painters, artists and designers flocking to these markets, why not see if you can find your inner hippy spirit?
Espalmador and the mud baths
Espalmador is a small uninhabited island with pure white beaches and fabulously clear waters. It is the stuff of dreams. And right in the middle of this tranquil island you’ll find the natural mud bath, which is a must for anyone who fancies some holiday pampering. Once in the bath you can cover yourself in mud – head to toe if you want to. Then it’s time to head to the ocean to wash it all off and the result will be softer and youthful looking skin. Who said Ibiza wasn’t relaxing?
Here, life is different to its sister islands. Known as the go-slow island where the pace is chilled and the nightlife relatively low-key, this Balearic hotspot is certainly worth the plane journey. So, if it’s the beach life you’re after then cheap holidays in Menorca definitely won’t disappoint!
Cova D’en Xoroi
Why not spend your day at this exclusive bar, where you can catch a tan whilst sipping on a cocktail or two? Here you can watch the sunset from this cliff top bar, and if you want to party then this fashionable bar is exactly what you’re looking for as it transforms into a nightclub at sundown. A Menorca holiday isn’t all about the beach life you know.
If you’re heading to Menorca for the beaches then Cala Pregonda should be on your list. But Pregonda beach is like no other in Menorca, how is it different I hear you ask? Well, this golden sands beach has clear inviting waters that are protected by the curve of the bay. Thus, making it Menorca’s most unique and attractive beach.
Have you got any recommendations for the top things you should do in the Balearics? Tell us in the comments below, or book a holiday to Majorca to experience all of these fun activities!
Club Del Sol Aparthotel
Puerto Pollensa, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain