Mallorca enjoys an outstanding location and a mild year-round climate, but above all, the appeal of captivating landscapes and white sandy beaches, where the sea never ceases to enchant visitors.
Ibiza is a melting pot as people of all ages and backgrounds come from around the world to enjoy their holidays on the Med and to bask in its glorious climate. The nightlife is also incomparable, making Ibiza a unique place.
Most visitors come to Minorca drawn by its unspoiled beaches, which are breathtakingly beautiful. The crystal-clear, turquoise-blue waters and the incomparable natural surroundings provide perfect conditions for swimmers and sunbathers alike.
Formentera has 20 kilometres of extremely beautiful white sandy beaches with crystal-clear waters. Almost all these beaches have been preserved in their natural state, to enjoy a truly unique setting.
With the development of tourism in Mallorca, agriculture lost its hegemony and it is now an activity with very little importance in the economy, both in terms of the income it generates and the number of workers it employs. The end of the1950s and beginning of the 1960s saw the beginning of an exodus of country dwellers, who went from agriculture to the tourism and construction sectors, two economic activities whose development was closely linked.