Barcelona, Menorca, Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera all in one
Make the most of this island hopping between Barcelona city and meet the Balearic Islands
- These holidays are a great opportunity to meet Barcelona and all the islands in one trip
- Return flights to Barcelona and the ferry tickets between the four islands are all included in the price
- The Balearic Islands are a fashion destination and with our two weeks trip you will not be missing a spot
- The 14 nights will be as follows: you will spend 4 nights in Barcelona, 1 night on board on the ferry, 3 nights in Menorca, 3 more in Mallorca and 3 nights in Ibiza
- You will visit Formentera one of the days and it will be the sensation of the trip and we have also included the ferry return ticket from Ibiza
- 14 nights in the chosen accommodation
- Return flights (tax included)
- Ferry Barcelona-Menorca-Mallorca-Ibiza-Formentera-Ibiza-Barcelona *Journey1*: departure from Barcelona at around 10 pm and spend the night on board (8h on board in cabin). Arriving at Menorca around 8 am. *Journey 2*: departure from Menorca in the evening, 4 days after arrival towards Mallorca (estimated time on board 1h30m). *Journey 3*: departure from Mallorca 4 days after arrival towars Ibiza (estimated time on board 3h30m). *Journey 4*: Ibiza - Formentera - Ibiza the same day. Spend the whole day in Formentera and return at around 8 pm. *Journey 5*: departure from Ibiza 4 days after arrival towards Barcelona in the moorning and and arrival at Barcelona in the evening (8h on board in armchair). **No meals included in any journey but there is a bar on board.**
- Barcelona is endless. Decide which monuments you’re going to visit in advance to get the most out of your stay: Barcelona Tourism
- What to visit in Barcelona? Visit Sagrada Familia is almost mandatory. Strolling through the Born and Ciutat Vella is a pleasure and the best is walking around Barcelona and get yourself lost in its history and stories.
- Visit in Ibiza the famous hippy Market Las Dalias and buy tickets online: www.lasdalias.es
- Tourism Ibiza, coves and beaches: Ibiza Tourism
- Formentera Tourism: Tourism Formentera
- What is a must in Menorca? You cannot miss Cova d'en Xoroi, perfect for having the best sunset views and a cold drink or the nice, white and full of light Benibequer fisher town. Find more information about traveling to Menorca at Menorca Tourism Tourism Menorca
- Mallorca Tourism: Mallorca Tourism
- We recommend hiring a car at your destination to move at your own pace around the islands
Day 1-3: Stay two nights in Barcelona.
Once you have landed at Barcelona, check in at your hotel in the city. These 2 nights and 3 days will allow you to discover the vibrant city and find out why everybody wants to travel to Barcelona. Some recommended neighborhoods, if you are looking for the genuine city, are the Born and Ciutat Vella quarters. This is a city to be discovered on foot or riding a bike so organize your stay here with enough time as there are many spots to visit and many streets to photograph.
Day 3-4: One night on the ferry towards Menorca.
Spend the night on board towards the island of Menorca. The journey will take 9 hours in a cabin. Early in the morning you will reach the island and begin the second part of your trip.
Day 4-7: Arrival at Menorca and spend three nights on the island.
After spending the night on the ferry you will be arriving to the island early in the morning. Check in at your hotel in the island. Travel to Menorca is always a pleasure. The island is as quiet and unique as not many destinations. Some landscapes are just impressive and are those kinds of mental pictures that last forever. You will find empty coves and white sandy beaches. Ciutadella de Menorca, one of the major cities, also exudes great charm in its stones and streets. The island is less than 50 km wide so three days is enough to get to know it in depth.
Day 7-10: Ferry to Mallorca and spend three nights on the island.
Today you have planned a ferry in the morning from Menorca to Mallorca. This island is the largest of all and is the liveliest islands of all during the winter months. During the summer it is one of the most desired isles in the world and its main city, Palma de Mallorca, was declared the best city to live in the world by the “The Times” newspaper. If you know how to discover the best corners of Mallorca you will enjoy it from the very first moment.
Day 10-13: Ferry to Ibiza and spend three nights on the island.
Today you have planned to take the ferry from Mallorca to Ibiza. Make the most of the island, well known for its night life but also for its important daytime. The nightclubs of Ibiza are famous worldwide but so are the beaches where relaxing is a pleasure. Ibiza town is beautiful and it is worth spend there a whole day to understand why it has become a magnet for travelers.
Day 13-15: Spend the two last nights in Barcelona.
You will board your ferry back to Barcelona early in the morning. Spend the last two nights in Barcelona and make sure that you have ticked all your musts of the incredible city. If you have the feeling that Barcelona has already been discovered then you can also leave the city and visit other spectacular towns not far from there. An hour from Barcelona you will find the well-known Costa Brava and the Costa Dorada. Towns like Tarragona and Girona are well worth discovering.
Day 15: Return flight from Barcelona.
Our prices include return flight tickets and all the supplement taxes such as airpot taxes, fuel surcharge and credit card processing fees.
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