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Balearic Islands Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Best places to stay in San Antonio, Ibiza
19th October 2023 by Coco Butter Blog
San Antonio in Ibiza is renowned for its lively nightlife, beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and charming harbour. Every year, countless visitors flock to this destination to bask in the glorious sunshine and revel until the early hours. The resort offers a wide range of accommodation options, catering to various budgets and preferences, including budget-friendly establishments and uniquely themed hotels. In this guide, Coco Travels has curated a list of the top places to stay in San...
How to do Ibiza holidays in your 30s
9th August 2023 by Coco Butter Blog
Having visited Ibiza multiple times over the years, it is safe to say that this Balearic Island holds a special place in the blogger's heart when it comes to holiday destinations. With a few trips under their belt, they have discovered the charm and allure that Ibiza offers, making it one of their top choices for a getaway....
Top 5 Things to Do in Palma Majorca with Kids (2023)
27th June 2023 by Cruise Mummy
for families looking for a fun and exciting holiday destination. With plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained, Palma de Mallorca is the perfect place for a family getaway. From the beautiful beaches to the exciting attractions, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Here are some of the top things to do in Palma Majorca with kids in 2023: explore the stunning beaches, take a boat trip around the island, visit the Palma Aquarium, explore the historic old town,...
Packing List for Ibiza 2023
13th June 2023 by Coco Butter Blog
research in my life! If you’re heading to Ibiza this year, here’s a list of items you should consider packing. Are you planning a holiday to Ibiza this year? If so, you may be wondering what to take with you. In the last few weeks, I have done a lot of research to make sure I have all the essentials. Here is a list of items to consider packing for your Ibiza holiday....
Mallorca or Ibiza: Which Island Is the Ultimate Summer Destination?
12th May 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Comparing Ibiza and Mallorca can be a difficult task, but we will look at some essential aspects to help you decide which is the ultimate summer destination. These include the best beaches, quality of life, budgeting, family options, nightlife and more. Spain is home to some of the world's most beautiful islands, and Ibiza and Mallorca are two of them located in the Balearic Islands. Both islands offer stunning beaches, a vibrant nightlife and plenty of activities...
Ibiza Hotspots | A Unique Guide to the Best Spots in Ibiza
13th March 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Are you looking for an unforgettable summer trip? Look no further than Ibiza! With its diverse range of activities, it can be difficult to decide what to do. From its renowned nightlife to its secluded beaches and tranquil retreats, Ibiza has something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a wild night out or a peaceful getaway, you'll find it in Ibiza. So, what are you waiting for? Start planning your Ibiza adventure today!...
How to spend one day in Palma Mallorca
29th November 2022 by Inside the Travel Lab
The capital of the Balearic Islands looks almost unreal when you first look at it in a magazine. And everything becomes more outlandish when you finally find yourself in front of its cathedral. Or stroll around at night on the promenade, inhaling the salty air of the Med. Some people arrive in Palma and never leave (like the famous English poet Robert Graves.) And once you visit, it’s easy to see why....