Balearic Islands

Holiday Guide Balearic Islands, Spain – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: Approx 2-3½ hours from UK
  • Time difference: 1 hour ahead of the UK
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro


At a Glance

  • Plenty to suit all ages and all tastes
  • Idyllic beaches and fine weather
  • A rocking nightlife
  • Mild winters and dry hot summers


General Description:

The Balearic Islands are an archipelago off the coast of Spanish mainland in the western Mediterranean Sea. With idyllic beaches, a pleasurable weather throughout the year, lovely waters, stunning landscapes, family-friendly resorts, world class party scene and plenty of history; all inclusive Balearic Islands are a traveller’s paradise.

You’ve got Majorca- the largest island of the group, with its pristine beaches, then there’s Menorca which is ideal for families, then you have Ibiza- the party central of Europe and if you’re looking for a place to totally go off the radar then there’s Formentera for you. From the historic sights of Majorca and the quiet coves of Menorca and Formentera to the lively night clubs of Ibiza holidays all inclusive in the Balearic Islands have plenty to suit all ages and all tastes.


When it comes to beaches, the Balearic Islands are surely blessed. There’s Majorca with its superb blue flag beaches, crystalline waters and secluded coves that are ideal for basking in the sun and swimming. You have Ibiza which is as famous for its excellent beaches as it is for its exciting nightlife, and then there are the family-friendly and quiet beaches in Menorca and the 20 kilometre stretch of white sands in Formentera. Thus, it is safe to say that beaches are the main draw on cheap all inclusive holidays in the Balearic Islands.


With Europe’s party capital Ibiza right there, Balearic Island holidays are rocking when it comes to nightlife. So whether you’re looking for an evening of drinks, tapas and dinner with friends, a traditional evening of Flamenco or a night out with friends enjoying the loud music and party scene, the Balearic Islands have it all covered.

You’ll find some of the best nightclubs with international DJs, live performance bars and great discotheques along with excellent beach parties while holidaying here.

When to go:

All the islands enjoy a typical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and dry hot summers. The peak tourist season on holidays in Balearic Islands is from May to October, with the busiest and hottest months being July and August. One can enjoy almost 11 hours of sunshine per day and temperatures around 30°C during this time. During these months the islands are pretty crowded; hence if you want to escape the crowds you can also plan a trip to the Balearic Islands in May or June. The islands are a delight in these months as well.

Looking for Holidays that have all night parties or perhaps a passionate retreat, try one of our All Inclusive Balearic Islands Holidays which are ideal for families and groups of friends alike. Three great Mediterranean islands, one fantastic destination make the Balearic Islands a distinctive and innovative group of resorts to enjoy the legendary beaches that make Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca an incredible setting which together make All Inclusive Holiday in the Balearic Islands an astonishing experience.

The party persona is difficult to escape when you tell people you are going on Holiday to any of the Balearic Islands, but in reality, this is one destination you can have the best of all worlds. A clubbers paradise or resorts displaying the quieter side, this is what makes going on All Inclusive Holidays in the Balearic Islands a fantastic option. If you want Spain’s best choice of beaches, or miles of restaurants with lively nightlife then the Balearic Islands will offer you the perfect mixture.

Temperatures here in the summer do not drop much below 30 C, and the status of the world’s party capital, Ibiza renowned for letting your hair down is well suited to parties of youthful clubbers enjoying vigorous nonstop nightlife. For action packed days the resorts on the Southern part of Majorca enjoy a spirited time at the pubs, clubs and bars as the non-stop club scene burst open its doors to revellers wanting enjoyment. If you want a truly magical family adventure then choosing to go on an All Inclusive Balearic Island Holiday in Menorca offers the best All Inclusive resorts in the Balearics.

Balearic Islands Weather

April 60°F
May 70°F
June 77°F
July 81°F
Aug 81°F
Sept 77°F
Oct 66°F



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