Where to stay in the Balearic islands and the Canary islands
Discover the beauty of the Balearic Islands, a group of four Mediterranean islands that offer an array of experiences. Mallorca, the largest island, boasts breathtaking landscapes, charming old towns like Palma, and some of the most stunning beaches in the region. From the impressive Gothic cathedral in Palma to the picturesque villages of Deià and Valldemossa, there is no shortage of history and culture to explore. For outdoor enthusiasts, there are plenty of hiking and cycling trails that wind through the Tramuntana Mountains. And for those seeking a luxurious getaway, we offer a selection of exclusive villas in Mallorca, where you can relax and soak up the island's unique beauty or opt for a stay in one of the boutique hotels in Mallorca we have carefully selected.
Menorca is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, with pristine beaches and charming towns like Ciutadella. Formentera is a small island paradise with laid-back vibes and beautiful beaches. Ibiza offers unique experiences beyond its party scene, including UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Dalt Vila fortress and charming villages like Sant Antoni. Whether you're a nature lover, beachgoer, culture enthusiast, or looking for a relaxing getaway, escape the typical tourist traps and discover the unique charm of the Balearics. We have put together a curated list of the best hotels and villas in Menorca, Mallorca, Formentera, and Ibiza, so you can experience the islands in comfort and style.
The Canary Islands, located off the northwest coast of Africa, are a unique blend of natural beauty and rich culture. Tenerife, the largest and most populous island, is known for its beautiful beaches, lively nightlife, and natural wonders like the Teide National Park. Gran Canaria, which is a bit more touristy has a diverse landscape with dramatic mountains, sandy beaches, and charming towns like Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Lanzarote will enchant you with its unique lunar landscape shaped by volcanic activity, as well as beautiful beaches and creative art installations. Fuerteventura is a paradise for beach lovers, with long stretches of golden sand and crystal-clear waters. La Gomera is still considered an insider tip of the Canaries - hiking in paradise-like wet forests, mountain biking on the highest island mountain, whale watching and overall an island with gentle tourism. La Palma, also known as the "green island," offers lush vegetation, hiking trails, and stargazing opportunities. El Hierro is a peaceful and unspoiled island with natural wonders like the Las Puntas de Arrecife cliffs and the El Sabinar dragon tree. Whether you're looking for a relaxing getaway, a family holiday, or an adventurous escape, we've found the best holiday homes and boutique hotels on the Canary islands for you to make your stay even more special.