Balearic Islands Flights


The Balearic Islands are some of the most loved parts of Spain, with millions of visitors every year. The two most popular islands, Majorca and Menorca, are tourist hotspots – and for good reason, too! With sunny weather, sandy beaches and a wide range of things to see and do, it’s no wonder people from around the World book their all-inclusive holidays on the Balearic Islands.

Each island has something unique about it, however, they all share the same hot weather and bustling tourism industry. Whether you’re planning on visiting with family, friends, or even flying solo, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at an all-inclusive resort in this Spanish archipelago.

Getting to the Balearic Islands

Those planning an all inclusive holiday to one of the islands will find it quite easy to book a flight, from their nearest airport. London, Manchester, Glasgow and many more UK cities have several flights a day to all of the islands, all of which have their own airports. You’re looking at a travel time of between 2 and 3 hours, which ensures you get the most out of your holiday – no travel days required! With that news it’s time to brush up on your Spanish, grab some sunglasses and book your next trip away.

Things to See and Do on the Balearic Islands

Party hotspots, superb attractions, award winning beaches, and beautiful lookout spots; you really will be spoilt for choice, whichever island you decide to visit for your holiday. Here are some of the best things to see and do, at the three most popular tourist destinations.

Magaluf: A perfect family destination, this resort has plenty on offer. Take a plunge underwater with the local Dive Centre, have fun at the award winning Katmandu Park, or prepare to be dazzled by the Pirates Adventure Show. These exhilarating activities can be balanced out with a relaxing visit to one of the many bars and clubs that line the strip. A must visit for anyone who wants a spectacular, unique and fun-filled Spanish holiday.

Majorca: Whether you want to party hard, or relax on gorgeous beaches, this Balearic Island has the whole package. Parts of this island are filled with young people, looking for a party atmosphere, whereas other parts are filled with couples, families and solo travellers, looking for a luxurious holiday. Playa de Muro is the most popular beach on the island; well worth a visit! This is one destination you will never want to leave.

Menorca: Last, but by no means least! Sometimes spelt as Minorca, this island may be small but it certainly packs a punch. Some of the most raved about, and award winning, beaches at the world can be found here. If you want bright blue seas, golden sand, and sunny weather, then this is the place to visit. It’s not just all pretty beaches, however, as the historic fort of La Mola (in Mahon) and the Cathedral Ciudadela (in Ciutadella) go to prove. A popular destination for so many reasons!