The Balearic Islands have become a favourite destination to many thanks to its paradisiacal beaches, outstanding gastronomy and welcoming atmosphere – captivating each and every one of its visitors. Outside of summer season, the islands provide unique and authentic experiences, where it is possible to immerse yourself in the rich culture and essence of the Balearic Islands.

No matter your tastes, the Balearic Islands provide a multitude of possibilities to enjoy a dream getaway. From sailing to Formentera to tasting typical Balearic cuisine, there are so many unforgettable experiences to enjoy at this tine of year.

Getaway to Formentera

If you are a lover of gastronomy and the sea, a trip to Formentera will allow you to connect with nature and discover new landscapes. Here, you can sample new flavours through the traditional gastronomy of the island, with popular dishes including ‘quelitas de sobrasada Ibicenca’ and ‘flaó’, with delicious cocktails to accompany the salty air.

What to do in Formentera

Trekking on the Formentor Peninsula

Situated in the northwest of Mallorca, Formentor is a paradise to those that love the mountains and sea, as both elements come together to form an extraordinary landscape. Flanked by sea and endless lush valleys, a mount to the top of Formentor offers picture perfect panoramas. The beach of Formentor is located at the foot of an emblematic landscape and stands out for its white sand and crystal clear waters, framed by lush greenery. This is one of the island’s most natural paradises and a must to visit on your next trip to Mallorca.

Touring Ibiza on two wheels

Boasting warm weather and gorgeous sunshine, Ibiza invites visitors to take advantage of its vast natural wonders, with many charming corners to discover. Cycling is a very popular activity at this time of year, with the island’s varied terrain providing endless opportunities to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The north of the island is particularly enjoyable thanks to its tranquillity and beautiful views across the Mediterranean sea.

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Wellness in Menorca

Unspoilt, idyllic and tempting turquoise waters – Menorca is just about every tourist’s dream. Outside peak season, the island is warm enough to sit in the sun with temperatures ideal to enjoy outdoor pursuits, such as hiking around Menorca’s coastal paths. The island provides an endless showcase of natural beauty, which can be enjoyed in every part of the island. Es Castell is particularly lovely and is located in the easternmost point of the island.

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