Set within the Mediterranean Sea midway between Spain and the North coast of Africa, the Balearic islands offers it’s visitors countless blue flag beaches with crystal clear waters, warm climates and breath-taking scenery. Whichever island you choose you will be sure to find a holiday to suit you, from luxury boutique hotels with swim up rooms to family friendly hotels with extensive entertainment programme and waterpark to keep the children entertained, the Balearics Island really does offer something to everyone.
14 Oct 2014
From only £149per person
29 Sept 2014
From only £183per person
27 Sept 2014
From only £211per person
14 May 2015
From only £312per person
27 Aug 2014
From only £394per person
Our recommended resorts
Alcudia - Palma Nova - Magaluf - Sa Coma
The largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands and a perennial favourite with British families, attracted by its powdery-soft beaches, shallow waters and cultural attractions. Once you’ve admired the beautiful Majorcan sunset, take a relaxing stroll into one of many beautiful villages, rocky coves or quaint harbours. Here you can enjoy an extensive range of excellent cuisine in the cosmopolitan restaurants, fresh olives sourced from local olive groves and the finest Spanish sangria produced in Majorcan vineyards.
Cala'n Forcat - Cala'n Bosch - Mahon
Menorca holidays provide everything you need for a relaxing family holiday, tranquil unspoilt beaches, secluded coves and harbours, warm, crystal-clear waters as well as traditional culture. A Menorca holiday offers a myriad of natural historical attractions and scenic splendours. The island is host to many picturesque fishing villages with an abundant choice of local Tavernier’s, restaurants and shops.
Es Cana - San Antonio - Playa D’en Bossa
Ibiza, a pretty Balearic Island boasts glorious beaches of golden sand, Mediterranean serenity, hidden sandy coves, cultural attractions and cliffs garlanded with wild flowers at sleepy resorts like Portinatx which is situated on the north of the island. Enjoy traditional exploits such as eating a locally-caught seafood platter, whist watching the catch being brought in at the cobbled harbour in the breath-taking marina’s such as Ibiza Town . And for those that love their nightlife, Ibiza has plenty to offer to keep you entertained throughout the night.