Balearic Islands

Majorca and Ibiza are the two largest islands of the Balearic region. The main attractions in Majorca include its capital, Palma, the Cabrera National Park and the mountains of the Sierra de Tramuntana. Ibiza, meanwhile, has been declared a World Heritage site by the UNESCO for its rich biodiversity and cultural attractions, which include the Phoenician archaeological site of Sa Caleta, the necropolis of Puig des Molins and the historic old town of Eivissa. Ibiza is known to party-goers all over the world for its amazing nightlife. And then Menorca and Formentera with their relaxing beaches and spots, magnificent blue sea and nature.


Domestic & International direct connections


3 large congress centers


Amazing nature spots & beaches

  • Hotels: More than 230,000 bedrooms within 5, 4 and 3-star hotels.
  • International airport well connected with the city of Palma and flight connections with all main Spanish and European ones with also charters flights mainly from the European Northern countries. This is the third largest Spanish airport on passenger’s traffic after Madrid and Barcelona.
  • Congress centers: Palma has recently inaugurated the new Congress Palace fantastically located in front of the sea and with two auditoriums and a total capacity of more than 2,500 people and an adjoining 4-star hotel. The city has also the Auditorium of Palma de Mallorca with a maximum capacity of 1,739 people and many hotels structures suitable for the organization of conventions. Ibiza has its own Congress Palace too, a modern and multifunctional one with an Auditorium for up to 437 people and many multifunctional rooms.
  • Relaxing, amazing spots and nature, sun, beaches and blue sea, selected gastronomy, nightlife.