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Formentera © Jaume Capell. Turismo de Formentera

A place to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea. You'll find coves with turquoise waters where pine trees almost reach the sand, a perfect setting for enjoying the great outdoors, Ibiza and its nightlife, and everything you need for a relaxing holiday next to the sea.

We're talking about the islands of Majorca, Ibiza, Minorca and Formentera. You can fly to Majorca and Ibiza from many European cities in about two hours and a half.

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Picture-perfect islands

You'll want to take lots of photos to boast about your holidays when you come to these beaches. In Minorca, for example, you shouldn't miss the coves of Macarella, Mitjana and Turqueta. Most of Formentera's coastline is unspoilt, and you can find beaches such as Ses Illetes and Llevant.

In Ibiza you can find beautiful coves, such as Salada, Conta and Vadella, but if you prefer larger and livelier beaches, you should head to Las Salinas or Playa d'en Bossa. As for Majorca, as well as marinas in Sóller, Pollença, Alcudia and Andraxt, and the promenade in Palma, there are large beaches (Es Trenc, for example) and coves (like Sa Calobra). If you visit the Cape of Formentor, as well as pleasant beaches you'll be able to enjoy the landscape of the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A good way to discover the best coves? Sailing between the islands.

Slow tourism and nightlife

You decide which you prefer. In Formentera and Minorca you'll find exceptional settings that are perfect for contemplation, to spend time alone and enjoy the great outdoors. However, in Majorca and Ibiza you'll find the best nightlife. Ibiza, especially, has many of the most famous nightclubs in Spain.

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