The archipelago of the Balearic Islands is one of the most interesting locations in the Mediterranean Sea. Geographically it is composed of two main sets: the Gimnesias Islands and Pityuses Islands. The Gimnesias comprise the islands of Menorca, Mallorca, Cabrera and other minor islets. Instead, the Pityuses consist of Ibiza, Formentera and other smaller islets around.
Regarding tourism, the main islands are Majorca and Ibiza, symbols of biodiversity, the party and the exchange of cultures. On the other hand, Menorca and Formentera offer a peaceful haven in which to rest, enjoying the walk through its streets full of stories. More passengers pass through the airport of Palma de Mallorca than by the airport of any Spanish city.
Hardly, anyone who has enjoyed their vacation here, does not want to come back; in fact, many visitors have made the islands their permanent stay. Each of the islands has its own personality and each of them offers much more than the possibility of a splendid holiday at the beach.
Who explores the Balearic Islands, explores a part of itself. The Balearic Islands have a great wealth of traditions, which is a result of the civilizations that make up its history. Their celebrations are very colorful and attractive for the visitors.