The Balearic Islands were once home to the Romans and the Byzantines. Halfway between France and Africa, this region provides tourists to Balearic Islands hotels with the chance to explore Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera as well as the coast of France or Spain. You can leave hotels in the Balearic Islands to venture to the dramatic Sierra de Tramuntana on Majorca or to the knobby hills of Minorca. The possibilities offered are not meant for a weekend. The Balearic Islands require a week or more to fully explore and discover its treasures. These range from walled towns on Ibiza to the caves and bird sanctuaries of Minorca to the beaches of Formentera. Check with EasyToBook.com for affordable lodgings. Try for Balearic Islands cheap hotels or discount hotels. The Balearic Islands then become affordable for longer stays and shopping.
While on the Balearic Islands be sure to visit the Cava des Coloms (Cave of Pigeons or the Cathedral) with its eerie rock formations. There are abandoned monasteries on Majorca. Try to visit the lighthouse on Formentera. Alternatively, spend time wandering the lovely, sandy beaches of Ibiza.