Balearic Islands


The east coast of Mallorca, in the town of Cala d’Or, 50km from Palma de Mallorca. Cala d’Or is one of the major centers of the east coast in terms of restaurants/hotels and entertainment. Here you can find both children’s playgrounds, mini-golf, and discos for adults. You will surely find so many Germans and English at any time of the year, it is a very popular area for them.

The beaches of this island are not the best known but they are very beautiful so today we will go to discover Mallorca’s top 7 beaches. Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, and the most complete. If you have decided to travel with children it is the best solution. Ibiza is famous for its nightlife, Formentera for its prices and Minorca is the wildest, Mallorca represents a mix of these 3 factors.

Palma de Mallorca deserves to be visited. Besides being one of the most populated cities in the Balearics, it is also the most complete in terms of services. Palma can be easily visited during the day or during a weekend, exploring the surrounding areas. Mallorca is an island to discover, Palma can be just your first stop of the trip, read here for more information.


With my last trip to Menorca, I finally complete the last Balearic Island that I missed. A quiet island, which receives millions of tourists a year, mostly families and young couples. In my last post, I explained how to organize your trip and what to visit in Mahón and Ciutadella, today I show you the 10 best beaches in Menorca.


The world’s number 1 island, famous for its nightclubs and beaches. Every summer DJs from all over the world came to Ibiza to make dance the millions of tourists who invade the island even for a weekend. Do you want to know the secrets of this island? Read 3 days in Ibiza and it will not seem so expensive.


The paradise of the Balearics, the Caribbean of Spain, the most popular island by VIPs in the summer. Formentera opens its doors from May until the end of October to all those who want to relax, have fun but especially enjoy an island so small but with so much to offer. Today we leave for 2 days to discover Formentera. Are you ready?