If you are heading over to the luxurious Balearic Islands of Spain for the first time, then you might be a bit unsure of where to stay. Or you might have gone a couple of times, and you’re just looking for a different area with a different experience. One thing we can assure you of is that no matter what area you choose to stay in, you will be mesmerized by the beautiful beaches and the lovely weather.
The Balearic Islands are a top holiday destination, playing home to some great coves, some of the most energetic parties, and many picturesque villages. And most people like to have their own place to stay on the islands, instead of at a hotel or a rented place. It could make for a better experience or just a good investment. Either way, we have compiled a list of places in the Balearic Islands that contain some of the most beautiful houses, all at a pretty high cost. But don’t worry, the cost comes with good value.
- Sant Joan
Sant Joan (or San Juan) is a village that is quite secluded in the north of Ibiza. The area is mostly rural, and it has not been overcome by the large waves of tourists that visit these islands every year. Most visitors that live here or visit, choose it as a place to enjoy some relaxation away from the pomp and vibrancy of the more populated regions. The area is well known for embracing spirituality and clean health. The lovely houses, with their balconies and wooden doors, give a more ancient vibe off, and it is definitely a place to enjoy for old-timers.
Commonly referred to as Ibiza Town, this city is always on the move. The range of things you can do here is almost unmatched in any city around the world. This city is the largest one on the whole island, and the nightlife is a legend in itself. The world-class restaurants, bars, and nightclubs give the town a never-ending vibrance and pep. Possibly best known for the Pacha nightclub, where the best of the best DJs head to every summer to play every single night.
- Sant Josep
Sant Josep (San José) is a lovely village with a good collection of entertainment, bars and restaurants. Located in the west of Ibiza, the city is home to many people from different countries, although it retains its Ibizan roots. It is very much an old-fashioned town, with a sprinkle of glamour and diversity.
- Santa Eulalia
This is a beautiful town that is located on the East of the Island, and it is most popular among families and people looking for the “quiet” regions of Ibiza. This city is sometimes referred to as the gastronomic capital of the city, and you will find some of the best restaurants in this region. And even with a thriving community, everything in Santa Eulalia is still performed at a slow and steady pace. The nightlife is very laid back when compared to the other areas of the island, although the city has its own special perks.
This is an ancient town in Mallorca, almost hidden away in the beautiful valleys of the Tramuntana Mountain range. It is an especially lovely place to visit for international tourists, as the welcome is always warm. The narrow streets and strong heritage make it an enthralling place to visit for people who love rich culture.