Walking Holidays in Spain - Balearic Islands


The beautiful Balearic Islands set in mid Mediterranean, consist of four main islands. The largest and most renowned of all being Mallorca.  As well as Mallorca, Ibiza has gained much popularity as a tourist destination.  Menorca and Formentera still have a good influx of tourists during the summer season, but they remain far less busy. However, with all of the islands, tourism has confined itself to coastal enclaves leaving much of the interiors tranquil and untouched where farming continues, the pace of life is slow and the landscapes are adorned with whitewashed houses and graceful windmills. With diverse coastal scenery, many stretches remain remote and untouched; inaccessible even other than by boat. Palma is the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands.

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Mallorca - The Sunny Island

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Walking in Mallorca, Spain Mallorca is now well and truly on the walking map with walkers discovering that the island is not just beaches and a sun tan. To the north and northwest...

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Menorca - Around the Coast

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Menorca is the second largest of Spain’s four beautiful Balearic Islands and its name derives from the Latin for ‘smaller island’ due to its size in comparison...

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