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Thursday, April 15, 2021

Balearic Islands , Spain


Destinations in Balearic Islands (3)

  • Ibiza, Spain

    Ibiza is Spain's party town. It is Europe's party town. For five months every year, from early May until early October, it knows no bounds, wilder on a slow night than Mardi Gras at its wildest, and as boisterous and...

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  • Mallorca, Spain

    Mallorca, also spelled Majorca, is all about olives, almonds and tourists, though not in that order. It is actually Europe's great vacation getaway. For more than 50 years, beginning in the 1950s, Europeans have flocked...

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  • Menorca, Spain

    Menorca, or Minorca, is the "minor island" of the Balearics, smaller than its neighbor Mallorca, less touristed, and a tad cooler. It is an island of sand and stone, notable for its profusion of prehistoric, Stonehenge-...

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