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The Balearics are popular with families, couples and the young and lively.
Average Flight Time:
2 hours
Time Difference:
+1 hours
Average Temp:
21°C
Currency:
EUR

Holidays in the Balearics have been a firm favourite with British holidaymakers for many years. These Spanish islands have plenty to offer with great beaches, warm summers and lots to see and do. Whether you're looking for a family holiday in Menorca, a city break in Palma, or a party holiday in Ibiza, there's a place to suit everyone on a holiday in the Balearic Islands. Beautiful landscapes, pretty coves and bustling holiday resorts – a holiday in the Balearics has got it all! What's more, flights to Menorca, Majorca and Ibiza take less than two and half hours from most UK departure airports, so a Balearic holiday is never too far away.

We have a great selection of Balearics holidays to choose from

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Below is a selection of our top hotels in the Balearics
Bellevue Club
Bellevue Club
Esperanza Lake, on the outskirts of Alcudia, is the setting for the 3 star Bellevue Club. This large self contained resort is all about fun and lively family holidays in Majorca.
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Hotel Intertur Hawaii Mallorca
Hotel Intertur Hawaii Mallorca
Sitting on the Torrenova headland, the 3 star Hotel Intertur Hawaii Mallorca enjoys a beach front location and stunning views across Palma Nova Bay. A popular choice with families, there's plenty of facilities on site and the bustling centres of Palma Nova and Magaluf are just a short stroll away.
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Club Cala Romani Hotel
Club Cala Romani Hotel
The location of the Club Cala Romani Hotel takes some beating. Mid way between the Cala Domingos Gran and Cala Domingos Petit beaches, this large 3 star all inclusive hotel has been built with families in mind.
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Intertur Hotel Hawaii Ibiza
Intertur Hotel Hawaii Ibiza
For relaxation in the Ibiza sunshine, you cannot miss the 3 star all inclusive Intertur Hotel Hawaii Ibiza. Making the most of its beachfront location, adjacent to the golden sands of Es Puet beach in San Antonio, it is easy to see why this hotel is a favourite.
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Royal Son Bou Family Club
Royal Son Bou Family Club
The 4 star all inclusive Royal Son Bou Family Club is located near the beach in the Menorcan resort of Son Bou. This action packed complex is packed to the brim with facilities and amenities, no wonder its a popular choice for family holidays in Menorca.
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Jan
9°C
Feb
10°C
Mar
11°C
Apr
13°C
May
17°C
Jun
21°C
Jul
24°C
Aug
24°C
Sep
22°C
Oct
18°C
Nov
13°C
Dec
11°C
During the height of the summer months, the Balearic Islands typically see 11 hours of sunshine each day. Daytime highs peak in the late twenties and rain between June and August is very rare. Both the spring and autumn seasons are a delightful time to visit, with high temperatures around 22C-28C and eight to ten hours of sunshine every day. The weather can be changeable in spring and autumn, with the night-time temperature dropping quite dramatically. The Balearic Islands enjoy six hours of sunshine in the winter and temperatures of 14-18°C.
Things to see & do

Holidays in the Balearic Islands tend to centre around the beach, but there's plenty to do besides swimming and sunbathing. Boat trips, water sports, hiking, horse riding, sightseeing, golf, shopping and water parks are all available, depending on where you stay.

Nightlife across the Balearics varies greatly. Ibiza is synonymous with clubbing, thanks to the world-famous venues in and around San Antonio. On Majorca, Magaluf and Palma Nova are party hotspots, with big name clubs and plenty of bars to choose from. Elsewhere on the island, the pace of life is slower and more suited to couples and families. On Formentera, nightlife is very quiet and tends to be hotel-based. Menorca has a good choice of bars and discos in its larger resorts, but these tend to be more family-orientated and don't attract crowds of revellers.

Food & drink

The Balearic Islands offer an array of places to eat and drink, from quaint restaurants serving tapas and fish to international outlets and fast food joints. Larger seaside resorts tend to have a higher concentration of restaurants. All inclusive holidays in the Balearics - where your food and drink is included in the package - are increasingly popular.

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