Which Spanish island are you? The irresistible Balearic Islands offer a sun-washed escape of seductive Mediterranean beaches, colourful landscapes and honey-tinted villages. Our Balearic belles provide the perfect venue for an Spanish villa holiday, whichever island you choose. Our island fincas can be found in enchanting Mallorca, near the whitewashed towns of Menorca, and scattered across Ibiza. Whether you’re looking for your next family get-together or romantic getaway, here are the perfect places to visit.
Best for food & activities
Food in Mallorca is steeped in tradition and rooted in local ingredients. In this regional Spanish cuisine, you’ll come across hearty home cooking, with generous servings of garlic and olive oil. Mallorca’s gastronomic scene benefits from a plethora of food sources, whether from the sea or from ancient traditions of cultivating almonds, lemons, olives, oranges, and other fresh produce. Alongside the delicious food, Mallorca is one of the best islands for holidaymakers seeking adventure and excitement. You can experience snorkeling near remote and clear beaches, or cycle along the stunning mountain ranges with your friends. There are boat trips and cliff dives, and excursions for hot air ballooning and sea caving. The opportunities for fun, local activities are truly endless.
Best for family holidays by the beach
Well known for its slow pace of life and laidback atmosphere, Menorca is the ideal destination if you’re looking for a relaxing retreat. While all the Balearics have glorious beaches, Menorca's stand out with their Caribbean-style sands. With turquoise waters and white sands, the island offers true beachside bliss. And there are plenty of beaches to explore; Cala Mitjana, Cala Trebalúger, Calas Coves and Cala Macaralleta are just a few. The shallow waters are also ideal for families. There are also water parks, wonderful family restaurants, water sports and affordable activities - ideal for keeping the little ones occupied while you're away.
Best for culture & Insta-worthy pics
Ibiza is characterised by its picturesque coastline, bucolic hideaways and infamous nightlife. A villa holiday in Ibiza is all about the sights, with its azure waters, breathtaking coastal towns, fascinating historical landmarks, and pristine beaches. One of the most Instagrammable places in Ibiza is the Es Vedra; head here during the sunset to get a stunning, romantic photo set against an incredible backdrop. Cala d'Hort also has plenty of photo opportunities, from the lovely pier to the pink-tinted rocks by the sea. Despite its reputation for nightlife, Ibiza is also a great destination for a culture trip. The island showcases a rich cultural and historical heritage, with medieval citadels, fascinating museums and historic architecture to enjoy.
Just like the Balearic islands, every one of our villas is unique. If an island escape has taken your fancy, make sure to call and speak to one of our Villa Specialists, or send us an enquiry today.