The Balearic Islands


Ideally located east of the Spanish mainland, the illustrious Balearic Islands maintain a unique character that is distinct from that of the rest of Spain, as well as from each other. Mallorca, the largest of the islands, has one of the most varied landscapes of any European island spotted with charming historic towns, bustling resorts and upscale shops; along with dramatic coastlines boasting mountainous peaks, sweeping bays, secluded coves and more than 250 pristine beaches to explore. The slightly smaller island of Menorca is far less crowded and surrounded by long stretches of unspoiled shorelines, shallow turquoise waters and serene sandy expanses that welcome families and kids. Possibly the most famous of the Balearics is Ibiza, also named the ‘White Island,’ whose legendary nightlife and lavish club scene have made it hugely popular among celebrities and high-net worth individuals. Formentera, the smallest and least developed of the islands, offers miles of untouched beaches with beautiful white sand and crystal-clear water, backed by protected sea dunes or dense pine forests.


Palma de Mallorca

Stylish, sophisticated and intimate, yet bursting with life, Palma is the main city in Mallorca with chic cafes and a thriving arts scene

Santa Maria del Cami

The central winegrowing region of Mallorca with acres upon acres of vineyards to produce elegant and modern wines


Ibiza is famous for its nightlife and electronic music, and flaunts more than 100 miles of coastline with some 50 beaches

Featured Listings

Sóller, Spain

€2,000,000 EUR

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Palma de Mallorca, Spain

€2,250,000 EUR

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Palma de Mallorca, Spain

€615,900 EUR

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Fornalutx, Spain

€850,000 EUR

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Son Servera, Spain

€2,950,000 EUR

Alaró, Spain

€550,000 EUR

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