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The Islands

Spain’s Islands include the Balearics in the Mediterranean (Ibiza, Menorca, Mallorca, and Formentera), and the Canary Islands off the west coast of Africa (Tenerife, La Palma, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria,   La Gomera, El Hierro). Both groups are frequented by millions of visitors each year for their beautiful beaches, laid back vibe and warm weather year round. 


Ibiza is one of the most famous Spanish islands, known for its nightlife and jaw-dropping beaches. The snow-white sand beaches and the dazzling crystalline water, stretching as far as the eye can see, bound by golden cliffs, provide many stunning backdrops for unforgettable holiday.

During the day, sip a Sangria, shaded by palm fronds and lazing under the beautiful sun, and in the night, you can party and dance till the sun comes up.  Its busy and buzzy nightclubs and parties are renowned all over the world and the hottest DJs too!

In Ibiza, the sea is your playground.  All of the main resorts offer variety of watersports. Besides the sea, there are plenty of activities on the land too.


Dalt Vila

Ibiza’s historic quarter, guarded by imperious renaissance walls  built by Charles V in the 16th century. The walls were built to protect the city from invasion by the Berber pirates as well as sovereign forces like the French. The views from the bastions are stunning!

The old town has the same labyrinthine historic core of pretty flower-strewn cobbled streets, colorful squares, that would keep anyone entertained exploring.  Packed with galleries, boutiques, food vendors and local artisans selling traditional crafts and products, it’s full of atmosphere!

This enchanting section of town is justifiably a UNESCO World Heritage site and something you must see in Ibiza.

Ibiza Cathedral

Wandering through the twisting alleyways and steep stairs, lead you to one of the most impressive sights in Ibiza, the Ibiza Cathedral, located at the highest part of the old city. Views from the Cathedral are amazing, breathtaking outlook that lets you admire the beautiful sea.


Tenerife is one of the most well-known of the Spanish Canary Islands. One of the largest islands, Tenerife has some of the most fascinating beaches. Its clean, idyllic waters are perfect for scuba diving and watersports. It’a heaven for mountain lovers too. The mountain  landscape are of enormous beauty,  in breathtaking natural surroundings.  The warm waters surrounding Tenerife are home to  whales and dolphins. If weather  permits, you may consider a whale and dolphine watching tour! 


Considered one of the most beauriful Canary islands, La Palma is known as  "La Isla Bonita" the beautiful island.  A volcanic island, La Palma welcomes visitors with vistas of unspoiled nature, covers with deep shroud of pre-historic forest. You will be captivated by The stunning volcanic landscape .  

The capital of the island, Santa Cruz, preserved its centuries-old charm , with lots of well preserved old buildings and cobblestone streets. 

The area is perfect for walking and hiking tours. Guided hiking tours to the largest crater in the world can also be arranged at La Palma. 

Astronomical Observatory

On the island of La Palma, at 2,396 meters of altitude, is situated the Astronomical Observatory of El Roque de Los Muchachos (ORM),  a worldwide prestigious scientific research center, housing an advanced set of telescopes, among which the Gran Telescopio Canarias is the main highlight, currently the largest optical-infrared telescope in the world.

La Palma