Top 10 tourist places in the Balearic Islands are recommended to visit
The best tourist places in the Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands in Spain are famous for many diverse tourist places, some of them historical and some natural, and most of them deserve a visit at least once.
We will present to you, in the lines of our comprehensive guide, some of the tourist places in the Balearic Islands, Spain, which have been well received by Arab visitors.
Palma La Seu Cathedral is located on the island of Mallorca, and is one of the most famous and visited places of the Balearic Islands in Spain.
The beginning of the construction of the cathedral dates back to the middle of the 13th century AD, and many modifications were added to it until the 17th century AD, and it belongs to the Gothic style of architecture.
Drach or Dragon Caves
The Drach or Dragon Caves are four caves that extend to a depth of 25 meters on the island of Mallorca near Puerto Cristo.
Its formation from the waters of the Mediterranean Sea goes back to before the 14th century AD, and it is linked to each other, and it is located in Lake Mart
Formentera is the smallest, most famous and most visited Balearic Islands in Spain, and can be reached by ferry from the island of Ibiza.
The island’s beaches, which extend along sand dunes and pine trees, are famous for clear emerald waters with a variety of depths, and are suitable for all kinds of marine sports lovers.
Bellver Castle is a gothic castle located on a hill about 3 kilometers to the west of the center of Majorca’s capital, the tourist city of Palma.
The castle is considered one of the few circular castles in Europe, and one of the most important places in the Balearic Islands, Spain, whose construction dates back to the Middle Ages.
The Menorca Zoo is the first of its kind in the Balearic Islands, which houses a wide range of animal species from all over the world.
It is also considered one of the best zoos that include a varied vegetation cover, commensurate with the environment of each of the animals they house.
The island of Cabrera, off the southern coast of Mallorca, is the largest island within the small archipelago, uninhabited and considered a national park.
The island was used to house French prisoners during the Napoleonic wars, and it includes a medieval castle, and it remained a military area until 1980.
Mahon is the capital of the island of Menorca, one of the most important Balearic Islands in Spain, and is famous for its British-style Georgian houses and a sheltered harbor.
The city has many sites worth visiting, such as the Church of Santa Maria, the town hall dating back to the Renaissance period, and the museum.
Aqua Center Water Park
Aqua Center Water Park is one of the largest distinctive water parks, and it contains 12,500 square meters of games and water basins.
The park includes black nozzle game, multiple types of water slides of varying sizes, adventure river, water tunnels, kamikaze, jacuzzi and children’s games.
Palma Arab Baths
The Arab Baths of Palma are one of the few surviving archaeological remains of the era of Islamic domination of the Spanish Balearic Islands.
The baths feature a main central hall surrounded by columns, with saunas, and form part of the private residence, with hot Roman baths.
The island of Ibiza is one of the most beautiful small Balearic Islands, which has stunning nature, wonderful beaches of about 80 km, and the Spanish call it the Island of Fun.
The island is famous for its lively nightlife, with many cafes and nightclubs, and many concerts.
The island of Ibiza includes several sites worth visiting, such as a water park, and the Cap Blanc Cave, which is suitable for practicing types of water sports