3 DESTINATIONS FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE HONEYMOON
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Beaches and coves bathed by crystalline waters
Exploring Majorca’s beaches and coves is an absolute must: unspoilt beaches, small coves backed by rocky cliffs…there are settings to suit all tastes. Their fine golden sand and turquoise waters make them the perfect spot for relaxing and enjoying those sun-soaked days. Cala d’Or, Es Trenc, Cala Mondragó, etc., are just a few of the most spectacular.
Tours steeped in culture
Must-see cultural sites include the Cathedral in the capital, Palma, and the Drach or Dragon caves in Porto Cristo, undoubtedly two of the island’s greatest attractions.
Also not to be missed is the tram ride that takes visitors from Palma to the charming town of Sóller. The wooden seats and impeccably conserved carriages and tracks guarantee an enjoyable ride that will leave you with memories to treasure.
Picturesque towns and villages
Nestling in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, been a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve since 2011, are some Majorca’s most delightful towns and villages: Banyalbufar, Valldemossa, Deià and Fornalutx are just a few that are well worth visiting.
Known as the white island, this is an authentic paradise bathed by turquoise waters. Its beaches and coves, set against stunning landscapes, are an invitation to relax and enjoy everything Ibiza has to offer.
Cala Conta and Cala Salada in Sant Antoni, Cala Carbó in Sant Josep, Ses Salines and Portinatx, situated in Ibiza Town, are just a few of the beaches and coves that are well worth discovering on your romantic holiday.
There’s more to Ibiza than partying
Take a stroll around the walled Dalt Vila quarter, an absolute must for everyone visiting the island. Plan a trip to the Puig de Missa viewpoint and explore the magical spots in and around Santa Eulalia. You can also take advantage of the opportunity to rummage through the stalls at the famous Las Dalias street market. Who knows, you may find the perfect outfit for another marriage ceremony on the beach.
The best of the island
It has to be its quaint towns and villages. To the South lies Sant Josep, where you can enjoy stunning natural landscapes, such as the Ses Salines Nature Park and Es Vedrà Nature Reserve.
The best-known and most beautiful bay is Sant Antoni de Portmany. The sunsets that can be admired from the coast are quite simply out of this world.
Beaches of volcanic and golden sand
El Pozo or Playa Quemada is the island’s most famous black beach and the perfect spot for those looking to relax and unwind on Lanzarote.
Yet Lanzarote has no fewer than 169 kilometres of coastline and a wide range of beaches. Don’t miss a trip to beaches such as Playa Papagayo (Playa Blanca) and Playa de Famara (Teguise) or Los Charcones natural swimming pools.
All kinds of plans
How about watching the sun set from a viewpoint? From the top of the Risco de Famara cliff, you will be able to enjoy the panoramic viewpoint created by César Manrique. The scenery is absolutely breathtaking and well worth remembering.
We also strongly recommend a trip to the Los Verdes caves, one of the island’s most amazing natural landscapes.
The town of Haría is the site of the César Manrique House Museum. If you’d like to know more about the artist and everything he did on Lanzarote, you should pay a trip to the house that was his home until the end of his days. And naturally, also not to be missed is a trip to a local winery, a taste of the famous wrinkly potatoes and rounding off each meal with a honey rum shot.
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