Balearic IslandsWest Mediterranean
Composed of four main islands and charming islets, the Balearic Islands are the ultimate haven of Mediterranean tranquility. From white sand beaches to state-of-the-art marinas, this bustling beach base offers the perfect superyacht retreat into island hopping bliss.
Boasting 300 days of sunshine annually, the Baelearic Island region comes alive with a distinctive culture of its own, all while inviting you to paradise islands perfect for play and relaxation, exploration and discovery.
The Island of Vitality
The island of Ibiza, widely popular for its club scene, offers more than just a nightlife extravaganza of Sant Antoni. Whether exploring its lush forestry, hiking its nature trails or shopping across its luxury boutiques. Welcoming you to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches like Platja d'en Bossa, Ibiza is a destination full of life and energy as well as calm and tranquility.
For a dose of history, venture to its 16th-century bastions visible from across southern Ibiza, Dalt Vila. Tranquil and atmospheric, many of its cobbled lanes are accessible only by foot. The island's best kept secret, off Ibiza's southwest tip, is the exquisite, vertiginous island of Es Vedrà. Dramatically reaching a height of 382m, the island is associated with numerous local myths and legends offering an atmospheric escape into another world. Formentera, Ibiza’s diminutive sister island, is too often included into the experience of the region, perfect for sunsoaked retreats in the Mediterranean.
Duo Jewels of the Balearics
With isolated coves and pre-historic monuments scattered throughout the island, Menorca and Mallorca are the two jewels of the Balearics worth venturing to. Menorca is one of Spain’s Balearic islands traditionally more low-key than its neighbors, known for its endless beaches, from miles-long sandy crescents to rocky, turquoise-watered bays called “calas". The capital, Mahon, is on a bluff overlooking a large harbor, with Georgian mansions and a church with 13th-century roots. Mallorca however offers another slice of paradise. Its sheltered coves, limestone mountains and Roman and Moorish remains, offer a step into a bygone era where stone-built villages include Pollença invites you to the historic grandois of another world.