The Balearic Islands are an archipelago of islands located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea to the east of Spain. It's composed of four islands: Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca.
The largest island, Mallorca has a varied landscape of sandy beaches and rocky mountains, such us Sierra Norte - a mountain range running along the northern coast. The island is covered with pines, and with olive and almond trees. Menorca is famous for stone monuments dating back thousands of years that can be found across the countryside, making it ideal for hikers and explorers. Ibiza, the third-largest island, has a rugged coastline with many fruit orchards and woods. Formentera, the smallest inhabited island in the group, is the wildest and maybe the prettiest of them all.
Popular destination for tourists all over the world, the Balearic Islands have a well-deserved reputation for its food, climate, nightlife and spectacular beaches. With airports on every island and well connected through the main airports in Europe, it has turned into one of the most preferred vacation spots in Europe.
The highest point of the Balearic Islands is the Puig Major on Mallorca, with an altitude of 1,432 metres above sea level.islasbaleares.com
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