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Glamping & Balearic Island holidays

The Balearic Islands; not only are these Spanish islands one of the most popular places to visit in Spain, but these island destinations are some of the most popular places to go on holiday in Europe. In 2022, a record number of visitors came to the islands, some 13.7 million, and it’s easy to see why. The Balearic Islands in Spain are one of the best holiday destinations year after year; here you have the confluence of great weather, beautiful Mediterranean landscapes, outdoor adventure, nightlife, quiet beaches, and city centers. If you’re planning your holidays in Spain, consider at least a few nights on any one of the islands. The Balearics are an island archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea, about 250 kilometers of the coast of Valencia, Spain. Composed of four main islands, Mallorca (Majorca), Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera, Balearic Island holidays offer a little bit of everything. Explore the hidden coves, picture book sunsets, and coastal Mediterranean landscapes as you travel the many places to visit on the islands. Here you can start your morning in a quiet fishing village and end your day partying at one of the best clubs in the world. It's hard to find places as special as camping Majorca. Come see for yourself!

Spanish island holidays: glamping in Ibiza & more

The islands offer a diversity of activities and adventures. Ibiza is known around the world for its nightlife and party scene; Mallorca is the largest island with much to offer from the capital city to laid-back country escapes; Menorca is a tranquil haven in the Mediterranean filled with stunning beaches perfect for the low-key traveler; and Formentera’s azure waters and secluded beaches are the ideal complement to Ibiza’s city center and beach clubs. Visit some of the best beaches in Spain, like Platja de Ses Illetes; see the Cathedral in Palma, Mallorca; or check out the historic archaeological sites around the islands, like the Phoenician site Sa Caleta. Holidays in Ibiza, Mallorca holidays, and all the islands are home so much to do outdoors, the best way to travel on your Spanish island holidays here is glamping. Mallorca glamping, Ibiza accommodation, and glamping Menorca rentals can be found near all the top attractions and outdoor destinations. From the best Ibiza beaches to the wineries of Mallorca, book the holidays that you’ve only dreamed of until now.

Things to do in Mallorca & more

If you’re going glamping, Majorca (Mallorca), and all the islands, are home to some amazing attractions and adventures. With Glamping Hub, you can plan whatever kind of holiday you might have in mind. From honeymoon destinations for holidays with kids, winter sun holidays to summer destinations, the Balearic Islands have it all! Find luxury Ibiza villa rentals and unique Ibiza family holidays: or book cheap Ibiza holidays for a group of friends. Check out the Mallorca cathedral while on your romantic holidays to Palma or find the best holidays for kids among our villas in Mallorca. You could plan a winter sun holiday to the best Menorca beaches or spend your summer relaxing in one of our Menorca holiday homes. See? You really can do it all when you book your island holidays with Glamping Hub. Once you get here, you’ll find such a diversity of adventures, you may have to come back again. There are so many things to do in Balearic Islands, it’s hard to encapsulate it all in a page; however, there are some guest favorites that have stood out to us over the years. If you have never traveled to the Balearic Islands before, you’ll want to visit some of the cities. Ibiza city or (Eivissa) is a UNESCO-listed Old Town and truly enchanting and Palma de Mallorca is full of colonial monuments, art museums, and much more. Once you get away from the principal cities, you’ll find an unspoiled landscape that is as close to paradise as you can get. A great way to explore the islands and landscapes is hiking. The Balearic Islands are crisscrossed by trails, with paths for all ages and abilities. There is the Archduke’s Path in Mallorca, the Sa Gola trail in S'Albufera des Grau National Park or the Cami de Cavalls in Menorca, and Cala de Sant Vicent hike in Ibiza. Hiking, cycling, rock climbing (there are many Via Ferratas on the islands), kayaking, jet-skiing,’s all possible when you book Majora holidays, Ibiza rentals, or Menorca getaways. Check out our Menorca beach houses, Ibiza holiday homes, or villas in Majorca and get unbeatable access to all of these outdoor locations, and more.

Ibiza beaches & top destinations

Our guests’ favorite beaches of all the islands are without a doubt the beaches on Formentera Island. The island’s most famous beach is Playa de Ses Illetes, but there are many more worth a visit. Playa de Llevant, Cala Saona, and Es Pujols all offer great views, quiet atmospheres, and unique snapshots of the island. Of course, these are not the only beaches to visit; across all the islands you can find amazing beach holidays. Ibiza top beaches include Cala Olivera, Cala Mastella, and Cala D’Hort; Menorca beaches that our guests have loved range from Son Bou and Cala Mesquida to Caló Blanc and Cala Mitjana or Cala Mitjaneta. Last but not least, Mallorca beaches that we love include Cala Formentor, Es Calo des Moro, and another Cala Mesquida.

Best time to visit Balearic Islands

When is the best time to visit Balearic Islands? The Mediterranean archipelago has comfortable, mild temperatures all year long, with mild winters and summers that don’t get too hot. However, there is definitely a peak season and low season, and during low season you may find that many more shops and restaurants are closed. To take full advantage of all that this holiday destination has to offer, we would recommend visiting the Balearic Islands in late spring or early summer. Between May and June, you’re more likely to miss most of the crowds and heat but still be able to see the islands.