Journals Balearic Islands

Mallorca: Spain’s Treasure Island

Created by hagnel2 on February 5, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
3 Stories

Mallorca, located about 120 miles south of Barcelona, is the largest of the Balearics and one of the loveliest islands in the Mediterranean. Some historians believe Mallorca to have been the home of Homer’s Lotus-eaters, a place no visitor would ever willingly leave. I agree with that sentiment.

Ibiza images

Created by wlforman on February 6, 2004

4 Reviews

End of season Ibiza has much to offer - uncrowded beaches, brilliant blue sea and stunning coastline.

A Surpriseing Mallorca

Created by Jannett on November 12, 2003

1 Review

What a surprise Mallorca was--good weather, good food, good service, good beaches, friendly people, and plenty to see and do.

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Holidays in the Mediterranean

Created by Wayne Jordan on January 24, 2001

1 Review

One of the lovliest ports in the Mediterranean is the larger of the two main Ballearic Islands, Majorca, and its port, Palma, which we counted one of the five best dockings of the R-6.

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Beautiful Balearic Islands

Created by Columbus on December 30, 2000

11 Reviews

Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza the most visited islands of the Balearic reach from Barcelona by a short flight or by ferry are located in the Mediterranean south of Barcelona. Visited by sun-loving tourist are full of activities and a pleasant place.

The Balearic Islands

Created by Languedoc on August 4, 2000

5 Reviews

The Balearic Islands, just off the coast of Spain, are among the most beautiful places in the Mediterranean. In spite of hordes of tourists, they remain so.



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