Balearics holidays

A giant waterpark and miles of sandy coast are a few of Majorca’s top attractions, while Ibiza serves up a mix of full-on clubbing and idyllic natural beauty. You’ll find peaceful, family-friendly holidays in Menorca. Sun-kissed good times are ensured wherever you set foot.

THB Sa Coma Platja
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  • London Stansted, Fri 30 Apr 2021
  • 7 Nights, Room Only
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

THB Sa Coma Platja

Sa Coma, Majorca

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Based on 1044 reviews

  • Beachfront
  • Beautiful sea views from all guestrooms
  • Fantastic pool scene
  • Central location
  • Modern guest rooms
Sa Clau By Mambo

Sa Clau By Mambo

San Antonio, Ibiza

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Based on 129 reviews

  • Party Vibe
  • From the owners of Café Mambo
  • Central location
  • Excellent food
  • Close to the beach
Msh Mallorca Senses Palmanova
Adults Luxe
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  • Birmingham, Fri 23 Apr 2021
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Msh Mallorca Senses Palmanova

Palma Nova, Majorca


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Based on 1117 reviews

  • Chic and modern design
  • Close to the beach and resort centre
  • Swim-up rooms available
  • Terrace with Bali beds
  • Sea views
Hotel Anfora Ibiza
Luxe Collection
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  • London Stansted, Sun 25 Apr 2021
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Hotel Anfora Ibiza

Playa Es Cana, Ibiza

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Based on 905 reviews

  • Modern style
  • Excellent service
  • Close to the beach and resort centre
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Stylish pool area
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Glittering coastlines

The Balearics are made up of three main islands – Majorca, Ibiza and Menorca, each with a unique feel. Ibiza’s one big party, while child-friendly Majorca's all about mountains, cobbled towns and waterparks, and Menorca’s the quieter, traditional sibling. But they’ve all got one thing in common: miles of sandy beaches.

Daytime fun

Things are pretty laid-back during the day, especially if you make a visit to Ibiza’s chilled-out hippy market, or soak up harbour views over a coffee on Menorca. Thrill seekers, meanwhile, get their adrenaline fix at Majorca’s exhilarating waterparks. So whatever you fancy, there’s plenty on the agenda.

Beautiful sunsets

Most Balearic days come to an end with a beautiful sunset. Watch, cocktail in hand, from Ibiza’s Sunset Strip before hitting the world-class nightlife. If you want to escape the crowds, head up one of Majorca’s dramatic hills. You’ll get fantastic views of the sun dipping down over the Mediterranean.

Balearics resorts


Experience two sides of Alcudia, with its medieval old town and thriving tourist scene.

Santa Ponsa

Just a stone’s throw from Majorca’s clubbing capital, Santa Ponsa refuses to sit in Magalluf’s shadows.

Palma Nova

A close-knit neighbour of vibrant Magalluf, popular Palma Nova is a firm favourite for dedicated sun-seekers.


Known across the globe for its animated nightlife, Magalluf’s a top tick-off on a party-goer’s to-do list.

Puerto Pollensa

Hit the beach for an old Majorcan feel in Puerto Pollensa.

San Antonio Bay

Along the west coast, this blissful bay is the place to be. With its stunning beaches, turquoise blue sea and sandy coves, San Antonio Bay is the quieter, more tranquil sibling of San Antonio town.

Santa Eulalia

Experience the quieter side of Ibiza here in Santa Eulalia.

Playa Es Cana

A relaxed seaside with cosy coves, Playa Es Cana is completely gorgeous and every bit a top beach pick.

San Antonio

Clubbing, clubbing and more clubbing – San Antonio is in touch with its after-dark nature and it doesn’t let up.

Cala n Bosch

Cala'n Bosch

A marina at the centre of everything and a sandy beach right around the corner – these are just two reasons why Cala’n Bosch draws crowds all year round.

Cala Galdana Holidays

Cala Galdana

As a calm, charming resort with a horseshoe-shaped white sand beach and family-friendly activities, Cala Galdana has plenty going on.

Cala'n Forcat

Menorca’s liveliest destination is popular with everyone – and you’ll begin to see why at first glance.