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Baléares : When to go ?

Each Balearic Island is unique. Majorca, which welcomes the capital of the Balearics, reserves many surprises by its cultural richness and picturesque reliefs. The great architecture of Palma is thus a journey through the centuries. Classified as a biosphere reserve by Unesco, Minorca, more traditional, has managed to preserve its essence: it fascinates the splendor of its beaches, its natural parks and its multitude of prehistoric sites. Ibiza, the paradox, is probably the most intriguing of the islands by its contrasts. Since its discovery by hippies in the 1960 s, white nights, sexual freedom and artificial paradise have made it known. The sparkling Formentera was also populated by the hippies that left a strong footprint. On the one hand, the pleasure craft and other migratory birds that populate the old saline are scrolling. Its coves with incomparable purity and tranquility make it one of the last editors of the Mediterranean. To visit different islands of the Balearic Islands and see the essentials, not to mention the discoveries out of the beaten tracks, nothing like a tailor-made circuit organized by a local agency, because they are real experts in the destination who will arrange to organize your stay.The tourist seasons (temporadas) are cut in the following manner:Temporada baja ?: winter, from mid-October until May. In this season many hotels and restaurants are closed.Temporada media ?: from mid-May to late June and September.Temporada alta ?: July and August, Semana Santa.Temporada extra ?: from 15 ? July to 15 ? August, this is the most expensive period, of course.

Baléares : Go with a local agency

The climateIf the Balearic Archipelago is one of the first European tourist destinations, it is largely for its climate. From June to October, the temperature is close to 30 ° C, and rain is very rare in summer. The possibilities for refreshment will therefore be a little bathing (the temperature of the sea is on average 25 ° C in summer), or the visit of the inland, where the air is more fresh (the Serra de Tramuntana rises above 1 400 m). In winter, the thermometer only rarely drops below 0 ° C.Diversity of landscapesPlains, beaches of fine sand, ribs cut into tiny coves, forests of pine and garrigues, remote villages and urban buzzing... The Balearic Islands are all at a time. Nature remains diverse and ubiquitous despite the few bétonneuses epidemics of the tourism industry.Historical remainsThe one who wants to open up to the history of the Mediterranean will find a unique and exciting playground here. All you need to do is stroll through the magnificent landscapes of these islands to discover the secrets of the prehistoric Ca Na Costa tombs (Formentera), the remains of the Roman theatre in Pollensa or the prehistoric sites of Menorca.A range of diverse activitiesThere is no need to expand on the fact that the most extravagant evenings take place in Ibiza... But the Balearic Islands is so much more than Ibiza! Many sports are feasible and accessible at all levels: hiking, cycling, kayaking, diving, paddle... By organizing your trip online with a local agency, you can set up a tailor-made circuit that includes the activities you dream about.
From a global perspective, in Spain, life is cheaper than in France. However, don't rush too fast, because in the Balearic Islands there are some tourist places. But generally, restaurants, accommodation, shows, certain consumer goods (shoes, clothing...) and all shopping in supermarkets are a little cheaper. Note that there are high rates of rates for hotels and restaurants, shopping or recreation depending on the location. For example, in Majorca, staying in the Sóller region costs about twice as much as spending its holidays on the south coast. Moreover, in high season (July and August), the price of hotels is on average multiplied by two or even three for some establishments.

FormalitésThe identity card or a passport is sufficient for nationals of the European Union.

Spoken languages

In the Balearic Islands, Catalan and Castilian are spoken, both languages are co-official in the region. You will not have - by the way - any problems to make you understand in hotels, restaurants and other shops with some notions of English or German (French is less spoken). In every island, however, the population continues to speak le, minorquin or ibicenco, dialects of Catalan. Although in large cities such as Palma or Ibiza, Castilian takes the preference of the population. In Ibiza, for example, ibicenco is less and less spoken, a clear result of the decline of people of pure strain. On the other hand, Menorca remains the island where the mother tongue is most spoken, namely minorquin. On the four islands - in response to the autonomy laws - the local language is compulsory in schools as well as on all road or tourist information signs. German has become an almost common language due to the large number of German residents and holidaymakers, particularly in Majorca.


Currency is the euro (€).


The Mediterranean climate, of Mediterranean type, seems deliciously mild in winter, since the average temperature does not fall below 12 ° C. Spring, like September and October, is very variable, but it is at this time that you taste the most beautiful weeks of the year with perfect sunshine and ideal temperature. The great tourist season starts in June. Obviously, during the summer, it is warmer and beautiful (sometimes even too hot in the Pityuses), and July rings the beginning of the tourist invasion.

Why choose a local agency ?

  • Each local agent lives in the place and is an expert of the destination.
  • Your trip will be 100% tailor-made and will fit all your wishes.
  • Your local agent will always be available to ensure your trip fulfills your requirements.
  • Enjoy the best prices being constantly in touch with the local organisation.
  • This is a win-win deal without intermediaries, especially for you !

Why travel with a local agency ?

  • Each local agent lives in the place and is an expert of the destination.
  • Your trip will be 100% tailor-made and will fit all your wishes.
  • Your local agent will always be available to ensure your trip fulfills your requirements.
  • Enjoy the best prices being constantly in touch with the local organisation.

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