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Kategorie – Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands, a Spanish archipelago in the Mediterranean, are a popular destination for sun worshippers, nature lovers and partygoers alike.

Mallorca, the largest island, impresses with its beautiful beaches, picturesque villages and lively towns.

Ibiza is known worldwide for its exciting nightlife and idyllic bays.

Menorca offers tranquillity, nature and rich history, while Formentera beckons with its endless sandy beaches.

The Balearic Islands are a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, hikers and cyclists.

The local cuisine, characterized by Mediterranean influences, spoils you with fresh seafood and traditional dishes.

The warm hospitality of the locals rounds off the holiday experience.

Whether you want to relax, party or explore, the Balearic Islands offer the right experience for every type of traveler.

Cala Ratjada – a versatile town with a historic heart

Cala Ratjada – The quaint fishing village with a harbour from the 17th century is one of the most popular holiday resorts for Germans and is located in the southeast of Mallorca. The lively harbour area, gently sloping, fine sandy beaches and numerous entertainment and nightlife options – this lively holiday resort offers everything a holidaymaker’s heart...

Menorca – brittle beauty with mysterious relics

“Menorca resembles a huge broad bean in its outline” – the island geographer Paul Falot once jokingly remarked. We now have a picture of an island that appears with fundamentally different sides. Fjords that mill deep into the interior characterize the north. Rugged rocks plunge dramatically into the sea. Its high steep slopes defy the waves on the 220...

The most popular holiday resorts in Mallorca

Mallorca, the largest island of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The island offers a breathtaking variety of landscapes, beaches, cultural sights and culinary delights. Here is a detailed description of the most famous holiday resorts in Mallorca, including their beaches, attractions, restaurants...

Holidays in Cala Millor

64 kilometres from Palma de Mallorca and 16 kilometres from Manacor, the town of Cala Millor is located in the southeast of Mallorca. Translated, the name roughly means “best bay”. With its sheltered coastlines bordering the crystal blue sea, it has an incredible appeal for many holidaymakers. The approximately 5778 inhabitants make Cala Millor a pleasant...

Palma de Mallorca – The capital of Mallorca

Palma is the capital of the beautiful island of Mallorca. Located in the Mediterranean Sea, this city has a lot to offer tourists and locals alike. Palma de Mallorca captivates with cultural sights, relaxed atmosphere, Mediterranean climate, vibrant life, delicious tapas and good wine! Palma is located in the southwest of the island and is located directly by the sea...

Why a finca in Mallorca in autumn is the perfect choice

Mallorca, the largest island in the Balearic Islands, has more to offer than just sun, sea and sand. Especially in the north, surrounded by impressive mountain landscapes and idyllic bays, Mallorca unfolds a special charm in October and November. Staying in a finca during this time is not only an experience, but also the ideal accommodation option for travelers...

Alcudia – Holidays in the north of Mallorca

The medieval town of Alcudia is the largest tourist stronghold in the north of the island Mallorca and is located on a peninsula that separates the bays of Pollenca and Alcudia. With its beautiful medieval town centre, it attracts many visitors all year round. tourists. Alcudia is a perfectly preserved town, built on the site of a Roman settlement, of which old...

The most beautiful resorts in Formentera

The island of Formentera is located about nine kilometers south of Ibiza in the Mediterranean Sea and belongs to the Balearic Islands. The island is about 19 kilometers long and has about 70 kilometers of coastline. With an area of 82 square kilometres, Formentera is the second smallest inhabited island in the Balearic Islands. In fact, about 12,300 people live...

S’Illot – between beach fun and Bronze Age

The town of S’Illot on the east coast of Mallorca is remembered for its geographical location. The village of 2000 inhabitants is divided by the torrent “Torrent de Ca n’Amer”. Where it reaches the sea, a handsome bridge spans over it, which was only renewed in 2019. S’Illot is an urbanization that was built from 1959 especially for...