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Four island sisters float serenely in the sparkling sapphire Mediterranean Sea. Each one, a distinct character.
Arriving in Mallorca for the first time, visitors are captivated by the magnificence of the light on the landscape and the colour of the sky. The island’s unique contours make for a spectacular range of landscapes and colours from the peaks of the Tramuntana mountains and down to the sea.
On the coast, charming ports, bays, coves and beaches abound. Picturesque secret corners rub shoulders with more cosmopolitan areas, where shopping, culture and great architectural masterpieces coalesce.
Mallorca has a fascinating history, its own language, and a distinct personality; always a crossroads for different cultures and civilizations.
The island’s beauty captivated composer Chopin and poet George Sand. It seduced Grace Kelly, and actors such as Charles Chaplin, John Wayne and Claudia Cardinale, as it did many others.
Mallorca is quintessentially Mediterranean. From the charming narrow streets of its capital Palma, to the crystal-blue waters off its golden beaches, the island boasts an appealing array of shops, restaurants, beachclubs, cafés and excellent hotels furnished to perfection.
The nightlife is also worth mention. To enjoy the sunset, there is nothing better than the style of Puerto Portals, Porto Petro, the incredible Marina at Port Adriano, and the Bay of Palma.
Bathed by the Mediterranean, with an average temperature of 18 degrees and 300 days of sun a year, Ibiza is one of the world’s most desirable destinations. Nevertheless, it retains an air of mystery and is still full of surprises. It is a modern and cosmopolitan island that has been able to keep its colourful customs and traditions alive.
Ibiza is a fantastic choice for a meeting or an unforgettable incentive trip. Where else can visitors enjoy exclusive restaurants with the impressive Ibiza coastline as a backdrop, beach clubs in beautiful coves, peaceful rural properties, ancient orange grove estates, the most exclusive clubs in the world and the old town, to mention just a few of the island’s highlights.
The island has scores of 4 and 5 star hotels; all perfectly equipped with all the facilities required for hosting events. Add to this excellent installations for holding conferences and conventions and the modern conference centre, an innovative and functional complex in a fantastic setting by the sea.
For food lovers, Ibiza offers uniquely stylish restaurants and dinner clubs where visitors can enjoy the very best food and entertainment the island has to offer.
Little Formentera, often unnoticed among its noisier siblings, is a place to lose entire summers relaxing on the white sand. A stylish, well-kept secret and a perfect getaway, just a short distance from Ibiza.
Menorca is definitely the least known of the Balearic Islands. When you think of Menorca, the first things that come to mind may be its beaches, coves of crystal-clear water and its natural landscapes. Those who know it a little better will be familiar with its culture and traditions influenced by the Arabs, English and French, all of whom left their mark on the island.
Menorca is undoubtedly the perfect spot for getting away from it all and putting the brakes on the stress of daily life. However, it is also a fantastic location to host a meeting or an incentive.
The unspoilt scenery and beaches of this beautiful Mediterranean island, declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, still retain their natural beauty and the climate is perfect for a visit almost any time of the year.
Menorca also has excellent infrastructure for hosting meetings and conferences. There are a numer of four and five-star hotels equipped with the latest technology, boasting beautiful views and outdoor areas suitable for organising all types of events.
The capital, Mahon boasts one of the largest natural ports in the world. It may well be one of the most beautiful, too. Discovered 3,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, the city grew under the Romans reaching its maximum splendour during the 18th century. A stroll through the old city centre allows visitors to view its rich heritage and enjoy its boutiques before stopping at one of the lovely restaurants that line its charming streets.