The most beautiful towns in the Balearic Islands

Binibequer Vell
Located to the east of the Iberian Peninsula, the Balearic Islands are the perfect destination for all types of travelers. And it is that all its islands have a lot to offer: spectacular beaches, a temperate climate, urban centers prepared for leisure, monuments and historical buildings … Of course, you must be very clear that if what you are looking for is tranquility, the best thing is that you approach Formentera; if you want fun and nightlife, your island is Ibiza; if you prefer to get to know the Balearic culture up close, Mallorca is the best option; and of Menorca we can only say that it is possibly the most beautiful island in the archipelago.

As we have already told you about the best beaches and coves in the Balearic Islands, today we want to show you its most beautiful towns . Would you like to join us?

Soller, Majorca

We are going to start our tour of the most beautiful towns of the Balearic Islands in Mallorca, where we can find places as beautiful as Sóller. This attractive town is located on the northwest coast of Mallorca, specifically in a fertile valley where Fornalutx and Biniaraix are also found. It is a valley famous for its orange orchards and its ancient olive trees. One of the main attractions of this place is the Tren de Sóller , which since 1912 has been running continuously between Palma de Mallorca and the town.

Deià, Mallorca

We continue in Mallorca to tell you about Deià, known in Spanish as Deyá, a town located on the side of a small hill on the North Coast . Specifically, the town is located between the Sierra de Tramuntana and the sea, and offers spectacular views of the Mediterranean. You will love its old Mallorcan houses, its beautiful coves and its exquisite cuisine.

Binibeca Vell, Menorca

Binibequer Vell1
From Mallorca, the main island of this autonomous community, we moved to Menorca which, as we have mentioned before, for us is the most beautiful of all the islands. There are many beautiful towns in this place, but we want to highlight Binibeca Vell, also known as Binibèquer Vell . It is a town built in an imitation of an old fishing village. It has a unique charm.

Fornells, Menorca

Also in Menorca we find Fornells, a fishing village (this one is authentic), located in the north of the island, which stands out for its traditional port and its large bay, which is more than 3 kilometers long. If you visit this town you will not be able to miss the lobster stew , as well as the Torre de Fornells.

Dalt Vila, Ibiza

Dalt Vila
We change island again to visit Ibiza. Known for its beaches and its nightlife, it also has beautiful towns that are worth visiting. Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful corners is Dalt Vila, which is not really a town, but the old part of the city. Even so, we wanted to include it in this list because of its beauty and its cultural importance. Delimited by Renaissance walls, this neighborhood is made up of narrow streets and white houses. It is important to note that this place was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.

Sant Carles de Peralta, Ibiza

Sant Carles de Peralta
In Ibiza we also find Sant Carles de Peralta, a place that is full of almond, carob and fig trees. Of course, what you like the most about this small town of country houses are its attractive bars and restaurants, as well as its church, built in 1785. Every Saturday in summer and some in low season the famous Las Dalias market opens.

Sant Francesc Xavier, Formentera

Sant Francesc Xavier
Finally, we are going to talk about Sant Francesc Xavier, a beautiful town considered the capital of the island, since the Town Hall is located here. It offers tourists a calm , festive and welcoming atmosphere.