- Balearic Islands All inclusive holidays
Jet off to the Balearic Islands to soak up the sun, play on the beaches or at the water's edge, immerse yourself in the infamous nightlife or just visit the traditional Spanish village communities that create each unique 'personality' of the islands themselves. All-inclusive Balearic Islands holidays provide a base upon which you can build a break that is all your own, while knowing all of the essential spending is already covered before you even fly out from the UK.
How do the Balearic Islands differ?
The sandy beaches are a main draw for holidaymakers on all of the Balearic Islands, but that doesn't mean the four main destinations in the archipelago are all the same. Formentera has been popular for half a century, a pristine paradise that remains one of the go-to options for beach holidays in the Balearics. Ibiza is known as a party island, but it's cleaning up its act, with clubs closing slightly earlier, and is finding new popularity for family holidays too. The mismatched twins of Majorca and Minorca are named according to their size, and the larger island understandably has more going on. Minorca is small and sleepy, and a fairly peaceful retreat even in the height of summer, especially outside of the busiest resorts.
Go all-inclusive on the Balearic Islands
Any of the islands are great for a holiday with the kids, while many of the resorts are good for grown-ups looking for a celebratory atmosphere too. Wherever you choose as your destination, all-inclusive holidays on the Balearic Islands cover the essential costs upfront. If you have children with you, that should bring plenty of peace of mind - knowing that when they feel thirsty or too hot, you can get them a drink poolside or pop back up from the beach to the hotel bar, without having to dig into your budget for the day.
Is anything else included?
On top of the basics, you might find a few extras are part of your all-inclusive ticket price. Look out for free airport transfers, as well as any inclusive daytime or nightlife activities. Family holidays especially may include the offer of daytime activities for the children, either to keep them entertained or partly to give mum and dad time to relax too, so make the most of this if it is available.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to the Balearic Islands?
People travel to the Balearic Islands for many different reasons but with one common goal – to have the best holiday possible. Choosing a cheap all-inclusive holiday is the best start you could make. When you leave all your budgeting worries at home you are free to spend your days finding the perfect beach, the best bar, the loveliest view – all the things that will combine to make your time on the Balearic Islands truly wonderful. You don't have to worry about extra accommodation, food or drink costs adding up as they're all taken care of.