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Islas Baleares

Islands: 5 (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera y Cabrera)
Municipalities: 67
Surface Area: 4.992 square kilometres
Population: 1.072.844 people
Mean temperature: 19ºC
Average rainfall: 350 mm.
Mallorca Menorca Ibiza Formentera

Islas Baleares

The Mediterranean islands
The islands form an autonomous province in themselves. They can be found just off the east coast of Valencia. The closest island lies 85 km from the mainland, whilst the furthest lies 333 km away.

This group of islands known as the Balearic Islands has a smooth coast line which is dominated by various bays, coves and capes. Nevertheless, there are a few rugged landscapes and cliffs. Majorca has the largest mountains of the islands, some summits reaching 1,445 metres (Puig Major) and 1,340 metres (Puig de Massanella). There are no large rivers on the islands due to the moderate rainfall, the permeable soil and the actual size of the islands themselves. Its waterways are dominated by watercourses and torrents. The subsoil, however, houses important aquifers that have given rise to major caves of extraordinary beauty, that include the Drach and the Arta caves in Majorca, and Xoroi cave in Minorca.


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Pueblos Bellos; Capdepera- Mallorca
Turismo Científico: Turismo Subterráneo
 

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Formentera

The Last Paradise in the Mediterranean

Formentera is known as the last Mediterranean paradise because it has been able to combine tourism with environmental protection.

Ibiza

Ibiza

The Balearic Islands’ crystalline waters and almost three hundred beaches boast all types of services and offer unparalleled variety that ranges from beaches to untouched coves.

Menorca

Menorca

The Balearic Islands’ crystalline waters and almost three hundred beaches boast all types of services and offer unparalleled variety that ranges from beaches to untouched coves.

Pollensa

Pollensa, playas y montañas hechizadas por el arte y la cultura

Importante puerto marítimo Fénicio, Cartaginés, Egiptio, Romano, Musulmán y Aragonés, Pollensa es un Historico crisol de culturas y un ímande intelectualidad que ha inspirado los mejores poetas, escritores, pintores, artistas, filosofos y políticos c

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

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