Why The Balearic Islands?

Five sister islands close together. Five different historical influences. Five different experiences – Spain but not Spain. The Balearic Islands are an ideal destination for your Incentive, Meeting or Corporate Event as each Island offers an idyllic location and the infrastructure is well prepared to cater for Events.

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Trendy Formentera, with its crystal clear water and white sandy beaches, will transport you back in time. Visit The Balearic’s fourth biggest island, only 19kms long, either for a daytrip from Ibiza or for a few days exploration of the island. Formentera has a total population of 7,500 people and is usually visited on a day trip from Ibiza, however, Event groups can spend two or three days exploring the island.

Formentera’s cultural and architecture reflect a different history to its sister islands as previous occupiers have been the Carthaginians, the Romans, the Visigoths, the Vandals, the Arabs and, finally,

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The bohemian Ibiza offers the most fashionable locations, never-ending parties and a hippy, happy, atmosphere. Ibiza is the third largest island of the Balearics and its capital is Ibiza town with a total population of 43,000 people.

Ibiza’s different history provides another variation in architecture and culture. The island has been occupied by the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Carthages, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Moors, the Norwegians and finally, by the Kingdom of Aragon.

Ibiza has two official languages, Spanish and Catalan. The local dialect of Catalan is Ibizenco and most people from Ibiza are bilingual in both languages.


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Menorca is the second largest island of the Balearics and tends to be “unknown”. As such Menorca is ideal for smaller Events, for those inclined to go unnoticed. Mallorca is peaceful and discreet with an exclusive nature environment making the island the perfect destination for smaller groups.

Menorca’s history of occupation by the Romans and British have produced variations in architecture and cultural to those of Mallorca. However, Menorca like Mallorca, offers idyllic villages and beautiful coastal regions. While Menorca’s scale is smaller than Mallorca’s this is often a case of “less” means more AND certainly does not affect the quality of

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Mallorca is Spain’s largest island and is ideal for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and other Events including golf, water sports and many other sporting/leisure activities. Mallorca has been occupied by the Romans, the Byzantine Empire, the Moors and finally, by the Kingdom of Aragon, all of which have left a rich cultural heritage and important architectural structures that are still visible to admire today.

Mallorca’s history combines well with idyllic mountain villages and beautiful coastal locations. Palma, the capital, provides excellent hotels and modern conference facilities along with night life and great dinner venues.

The island is renowned for its local

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