Mallorca is best known for its stunning beaches and nature. Beaches are what most people come for. The main tourist areas are on the southern and eastern costs, but places may be overcrowded in high season.
When you leave the coastline and take a look at the inner country you will find another Mallorca, it is beautiful, not overcrowded and much cheaper.
Holiday villas on Mallorca are highly sought after. The choices are plentiful and include farmhouses, beach villas, city villas and villas further away in more rural areas.
Self catering villas are available with many different facilities, like swimming pool and air conditioning in different sizes and price levels to match most budgets.
|Ibiza is the third largest of the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea off the south east coast of mainland Spain. Ibiza is a beautiful island with amazing beaches and high towering cliffs covered with pine trees. The climate is Medeterranean with mild winters and hot summers. There is also some rainfall in winter. The average temperatures in winter are around 15C, and in summer they reach an average of 30C.
The Canary Islands consists of 7 larger islands (Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzerote, Tenerife, La Palma, Gomera and Hierro) and of a few smaller ones (Alegranza, Graciosa, Montañia Clare, Roque del Este and Lobos). The landscape of each island is radical different to the others. The two most popular islands among tourists are Gran Canaria and Tenerife.
Tenerife has a great variety of micro-climates in a very small geographic area and provides interest for many different types of tourists, not just those looking for beaches, but also others that enjoy hiking, climbing, paragliding or other outdoor pursuits. Tourists with other tastes will find beaches and a great nightlife in Puerto de la Cruz, Las Americas, Santa Cruz and La Laguna. Theme parks, exhibition halls, cinemas, museums and other centers complete the top-class range of activities.
The main beaches on Gran Canaria are located along the southern part of the island, between Tarajalillo and Morgan, this is the sunniest and driest part of the island. The mountains of the interior act as a barrier against the clouds that come from the North, with the result that the skies in the South remain clear practically all year round. Each beach is linked to a tourist area, where you will find all the comforts of a urban center or the peacefulness of a small village. On the Southern tip you can enjoy huge famous beaches like Playa del Inglés or Maspalomas, surrounded by the empty dunes and kilometers of sand.