Mallorca

Mallorca or Majorca, as it's sometimes known, is the largest of the four Balearic Islands which lie off the East coast of Spain, in the Western Mediterranean. The advantage Mallorca has is that it is only a two hour flight from most major European Capitals and is a five hour Ferry ride from Denia and five hours on the fast-ferry from Barcelona both on the coast of mainland Spain. The Summer season runs from the 1st of May until the 31st October.

Menorca

Smaller and quieter than its neighbor Mallorca , Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic islands. Situated 21 miles from Mallorca, the island of Menorca has many family-friendly resorts and almost as many beaches as Mallorca and Ibiza combined. Peaceful holiday resorts line the south coast of Menorca and a string of quiet fishing villages are along the island's rougher northern shore. There are plenty of tourism and tourist information offices situated in the towns of Menorca.

Ibiza

Once a hippy hideaway, Ibiza now embraces a new-age hedonism. Renowned for its extraordinary clubbing scene, but there are also great beaches, fab markets and beautiful scenery too. Ibiza Town is in the centre of the action. Ibiza, often called the White Island for its typical architecture, became a major center of touristical attraction during the 1960s, being then famous for its "Hippie-Culture" and nudist beaches.