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The Balearic Islands

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THE BALEARIC ISLANDS To find out more visit Mar Paradise Club & Spa Hotels Ciutadella Cala'n Bosch Minorca Alayor Hotel San Luis S'Algar Mahón Pollensa Sóller Valldemossa Palma Cala Viñas Santa Ponsa San Vincente Hotel Globales Simar Hotel Agamenón Es Castell Majorca Manacor Son Servera Cala Millor Sa Coma Hotel Globales America Calas de Mallorca Hipotels Marfil Playa Puerto de San Miguel Ibiza Ibiza Santa Eulalia Universal Romantica Colonia de Sant Jordi The Balearic Islands Get away to sun-kissed golden beaches and pristine seas... soak up the sunshine on one of these ever-popular islands... away from the main resorts discover rugged coves and wonderfully secluded bays... Majorca There are so many great resorts to choose from in Majorca. Stay in Colonia de Sant Jordi with its lovely harbour and unspoilt beaches, Sa Coma on the east coast of the island, the peaceful fishing village of Cala San Vincente or the purpose-built resort of Calas de Mallorca ­ all of which are ideal if you want a peaceful holiday amid beautiful scenery. Minorca Discover the leafy resort of S'Algar which is set on a rocky headland, or choose a stay in lively Es Castel whose vibrant plaza is lined with Georgian buildings. Sparkling waters surround Minorca's coast Enjoy local cuisine Colónia de Sant Jordi Helpful Information The Balearics are an archipelago of Spain in the western Mediterranean Sea. Flying time: 2 hours 10 minutes from Gatwick to Majorca. Time difference: GMT +1. Average high temperature (°C) Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 16 16 18 20 24 28 31 32 28 24 19 16 Figures based on Palma, Majorca Why not try... Visiting the Caves of Drach. One of Majorca's must-see attractions, the caves contain one of the largest subterranean lakes in the world. Spending time on Minorca's southern coast, which is known for its sandy beaches, coves and cliffs. A coastal tour will reveal some of the fisherman's villages and inland towns. Exploring Palma, the capital of the island with a vibrant atmosphere, beautiful harbour and fine sandy beaches. 60