Palma airport is perfectly connected to Barcelona by air and sea. Welcome to this mixture of cultures the city offers. Visit the medieval quartier, with its French gothic cathedral, the second highest gothic cathedral in Europe, the official residence of the Spanish king Juan Carlos, the Almudaina Palace, the castle, etc.
After lunch stroll through the old medieval streets, it is possible to discover and experience old vocations and its traditions. They deal with haberdashery, tailoring, basketry, textiles, leather and glass manufacturing, as well as work made of silver and gold.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Day 2 – Menorca day trip
This morning you will immerse in the Mediterranean Sea with a sailing day trip over to Menorca. The excursion to Menorca includes a visit to ciutadella, rising to Del Toro, from where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the island. Overnight at Mallorca.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Day 3 – Mallorca
Near Manacor (born city of Nadal famous tennis player) are the drach caves, some natural caves close to 2,400 meters of length and depth, at its peak of 25 m below the surface. Hiding inside a large underground lake, Lago Martel, considered one of the largest underground lakes in the world. At the region of Manacor has been declared more than 32 km2 as natural areas of special interest, more than 6 km2 of which correspond to the rocky coast open to the sea by a set of coves. Enjoy the nightlife the great atmosphere of Mallorca with a wide variety of fashion pub, chic or elegant restaurants besides discos, etc.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Day 4 – Ibiza
We will take the ferry to Ibiza “La Isla Blanca”. This is a beautiful island with an old quarter holding vestiges of a long and proud past. It was declared world heritage by UNESCO. This international distinction recognizes the cultural, architectural and historical value of the best preserved coastal fortress of the Mediterranean. The walled area is full of narrow streets and monuments, such as the castle and the cathedral. Walk around Dalt Vila, you will enjoy the stunning beauty of the wall and spectacular views of the city and sea. In the afternoon, visit the natural reserve of Ses Salinas. It is a large area of wetlands that has its own ecosystem and a geomorphological and ecological landscape of the island. Due to the amount of salt, it has lot of marine birds as herons and Flemish.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Day 5 – Ibiza
Today you will visit a charming little village, Santa Gertrudis. It is a microcosm of Ibiza. Inclined to follow traditions, its main square houses, the church of whitewashed walls and a group of bars, restaurants, shops, crafts and art galleries while in the surroundings, the agricultural landscape dominates the scene.
In Santa Eulalia des Riu in the coast, you can enjoy some “hippy market” where you will discover typical native fashion of Ibiza known as the “adlib fashion”. In the evening, take a coffee or a cocktail in the famous Café del Mar in Sant Antony de Portmany while enjoying the most beautiful sunset ever seen.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Day 6 – Ferry to Mallorca & transfer to Palma de Mallorca airport.
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