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The Islands Of Balearic

Author : Alton Smith


The Mediterranean island chain consists of four major islands namely Menorca, Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera. The Balearic Islands are a tropical paradise with gushing winds, emerald waters that wash the sandy white shores and are soon back into the vast, deep blue ocean. The Mediterranean island chain, endowed with enticing sandy wonders and blessed with a warm climate, has created a centre of attention for multitudes of vacationers and has gained great popularity over the years.

The Island of Menorca is more of an isolated conformist Island, which chronicles the prehistoric past with numerous scattered rock pebbles. The magnificent Island of Menorca has coves in the vicinity of the island. Also in plenty is the.pristine white sand beaches, warm crystalline azure waters, vast sea horizons and great weather, which have made it a premier holiday target for many travellers.

The most distinct of the Balearic Islands is the Mallorca Island. Over the years, it has been a trendy destination, hosting millions of tourists from all over the world. On the Mallorca Island is Majorca. This is an ultimate destination for the adventurous, who crave more than sunshine and the calling ocean waters. Majorca is melting pot with numerous exploration activities in the midst of quiet historic hamlets. Mallorca as well lay claim to untouched bays, conspicuous mountains and a town that has since grown to be the "real" city of the Balearic Islands: Palma, the Balearic's capital.

Not far from Mallorca Island is an unrivalled party sport for revellers who come visiting the Balearic Islands. The Ibiza Island has acquired a well-liked reputation that appears to attract numerous party loving tourists to its magical scenes. The warm hours of daylight are exploited on the beaches and pave way for wild dancing in bars and discos after dusk.

The Island of Formentera has many lush botanical gardens, luxuriated with omnipresent bright green iguanas and wild rosemary bushes. As compared to other Islands, Formentera is a solitary refuge for tourists who want to be alone and reconnect with their inner selves, far away from the hustle of life, in making ends meet. History lives on in the Island of Formentera to inspire the hearts and minds of those who come knocking at its doors for solace.

Other treasures on the Balearic Islands are the beaches sited in the region of the Colonia de San Jordi in Mallorca. This scenic water- washed coastline is bountiful with azure waters and isolated pristine beaches, white sand and lush flora. They include the Carbo, Dolc and the Estanys.


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