The islands of Minorca, Ibiza, and Formentera
Each of these islands has a distinct personality, depending on your own. Which will be your cup of tea?
If you have enough time, the other Balearic Islands are enchanting in their own right.
There are of course three other substantial islands well worth visiting in the Balearics, and ferries are continuously shuttling back and forth to neighbouring Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera from the port of Palma. Minorca is next largest, and for many, the most cosmopolitan, quite popular, and compact enough to cover in relatively little time. Ibiza is of course known as the party island, especially during summer high season, with the world's top DJs and celebrities heating up the beaches and the nights. Perhaps just the opposite is Formentera, the smallest, quietest, and least visited (which some might feel is a huge plus); some also think of it as the "hippy" Balearic island. In any case, the beaches and coves here are truly out of this world. Your move.
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