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2014-10-19 and return date in 2014-10-27 . These values refer the best quality and price according to parameters of selection set by Bananatrips. Prices may have changed since date of publication and will also depend on the specific date of reservation. The success in obtaining good prices is to make reservations in advance. For specific values in other dates please REQUEST A SEARCH BEFORE MAKING YOUR RESERVATION.
Mallorca is largest of the Balearic Islands, located on the east of Spain. Its capital city is Palma de Mallorca.
Minorca is the second largest island of the Balearics and its biggest city is Maó.
Formentera is the smallest of the islands and the less known by the masses.
REASONS TO GO
Mallorca: ancient, beautiful and always warm.
Menorca: agriculture, peace and relaxing beaches
Formentera: trendy destination, relaxing beaches and cool restaurants
The over crowded Magalluf, Palmanova and Mallorca
BEST TIME TO GO
Mallorca and Menorca is summer are packed with tourists.
From January to March the island is covered by 40 million blossoming trees and it’s a beautiful time to visit.
Is late spring and early autumn is a perfect time to visit and enjoy the amazing beaches and nature this islands have to offer.
HOW TO GET THERE
There are airports in both islands, in the cities of Palma de MAllorca and Maó. They have good connections to the principal European airports.
All of the islands, except Formentera, have reasonable public transportations service. If you are in Mallorca, you should experience a travel in the electric train that runs from Palma de Mallorca to Sóller through the Tramuntana Mountain.
From Palma de Mallorca you can also take the modern trains that go to Manacor (in the northeast) via Inca.
Probably the smartest way to explore these islands is renting a car and travel around discovering the varied landscapes.