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The magical alliance between Nature and High-level tourism

The Balearic archipelago is located in the Spanish Mediterranean Sea, a very short distance from the coast of the Valencian Community. Although its main islands are five, Mallorca, Menorca, Cabrera, Ibiza and Formentera, it also has several islets of great beauty such as Dragonera, Conejera, Isla del Aire, Espalmador, Espardell, ...

From 1960 tourism began to develop in the Balearic Islands, becoming the main source of income for the archipelago. Since then its population has increased considerably since, currently, a fifth of its inhabitants come from other countries, mainly from Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, ...

Mallorca and Ibiza are the islands that receive the most tourists followed by Menorca and Formentera. This archipelago has the Son Sant Joan Airport in Palma de Mallorca, considered one of the most important in Spain, since the Balearic Islands is the preferred place for inhabitants of any place in the world to spend their summer or even move to live. These wonderful islands will captivate you, mainly due to:

  • Its warm climate with more than three hundred sunny days a year
  • Its unmatched natural landscapes
  • Its paradisiacal coves with crystal clear waters
  • Its varied cultural, leisure and fun offer

Art has been very present in the Balearic archipelago since prehistoric times. You will surely love visiting interesting monuments of all stages, such as the numerous large monuments belonging to the Balearic megalithic culture that you will find especially in Menorca, the Roman ruins of Alcudia in Mallorca, or the Cathedral of Palma and Bellver Castle with Gothic style.

In its varied and healthy Mediterranean gastronomy, we find typical products such as the butifarra and the sobrasada de Mallorca, its most characteristic sausages. Among its fish and seafood, we highlight the Mallorcan scampis and the Menorca lobster, indigenous species of these islands.

In Menorca you will be captivated by its numerous coves and idyllic beaches where you can relax. Its main cities are Mahón, its welcoming capital, and Ciudadela, the former capital declared as a whole, a National Artistic Historical Monument.

Formentera is a small island populated by lush Mediterranean pine forests and high palm trees. Its hidden coves and its underwater caves are the perfect place to relax and enjoy its peculiar luminosity. You will love walking through its picturesque streets of white houses and visiting the windmills that you will find on the island.

The Natural Maritime and Terrestrial Park of the island of Cabrera and the virgin islets in its surroundings can be visited by taking guided excursions on a tourist boat. You can also visit it with your boat requesting a prior permission. It is a paradise for divers and scuba divers, since turtles, dolphins inhabit its seabed ... You will be impressed by visiting its cliffs, sandy beaches, hidden coves, caves, grottos, ...

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Since prehistoric times man has chosen the Balearic Islands to establish himself for its comfort and harmony. In the 21st century VILLAS BLANCA offers you the best homes you can imagine in a unique natural landscape. Visit our luxury properties in the Balearic Islands and you will find the link between Nature and leisure.

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