Plans for Balearic Islands Day
Something special and intangible that is difficult to explain in words makes the Balearic Islands the most special places in the world.
The light, charm, environment, magic, smell and roots of this destination are unique. In order to get to know, experience and discover the Balearic Islands, you first have to let yourself be carried away by them.
Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Cabrera. Five islands that can melt the heart of anyone who dares to discover them.
The sea, the mountains, gastronomy, tranquillity and the intoxication of the senses. Each visitor will find a personalised plan.
The 1st of March is the day of the Balearic Islands, and from Es Príncep we want to pay tribute to our islands by proposing an activity for each one.
1. Menorca - Camí de Cavalls.
Menorca has a historic path that was once used to defend the coast. The path, known worldwide as Camí de Cavalls, is one of the jewels of the island.
185 kilometres, divided into 20 stages that wind through beautiful beaches, lush forests and towns such as Maó or Ciutadella. Through this fantastic undertaking, you are guaranteed to fall in love with the island.
2. Mallorca - Tramuntana Mountains
In 2011 UNESCO fell under its spell and declared it a World Heritage Site in the category of cultural landscape. The richness of its natural systems and cultural elements made it worthy of such a special distinction.
The 19 villages that make up the Serra de Tramuntana have one thing in common: an unreal beauty!
The beauty from Andratx to Pollença will leave no visitor indifferent. An obligatory stop in Valldemossa, the village that even made Chopin mute, is of course an absolute must.
3. Formentera - Lighthouse of La Mola
Breathing the air of Formentera could be a good enterprise in itself. Walking around the island, swimming on beautiful beaches and enjoying the roughness of the landscape. Formentera is able to change the course of a summer and integrate into your life forever.
For most movie lovers a visit to Faro de la Mola is almost a must.
4. Ibiza - Es Vedrà
Sunsets on the islands are unique. The red, ochre, almost blue tones flood the sky and offer a unique spectacle. But watching the sunset behind the small islands of Es Vedrà is a picture you will never forget.
Ibiza is much more than just a festival. Ibiza also hides a little of the purest Balearic Islands between its coves and its nature.
5. Cabrera - Cova Blava
The colour blue gains another dimension when it enters the Cova Blava. There is a magical hour when the sunrays enter the cave and are reflected from the ceiling. It will be the silence, the tranquillity or the palette of blue tones that will be unleashed on the sea, the point is that Cabrera is the ideal place to enjoy the Mediterranean at its best.
The Balearic Islands are made up of many components. They are the people that make them up, they are their language, their gastronomy and their character. They are the rock outside and the sea inside. They are a paradise that we must all take care of.
We wish everyone a wonderful day!