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Balearic Islands The Spanish Haven

Balearic Islands - The Spanish Haven
Located in the Mediterranean Sea, Balearic Islands are the perfect haven for holidaymakers in Spain. For those looking at real estate options in Spain, this place, with its exquisite sandy beaches and raving sunshine, will appeal the most.
Apart from its natural beauty, the archipelago also houses some of the most outstanding fishing villages, cathedrals and orchards. Your Key to Spain offers myriad choices of properties in Balearic Islands that are well-furnished, spacious and reasonably priced.
Peak season for tourists comes in the summer months of June, July and August, when sunshine is aplenty and the water is warm. Consequently, this is also when the beaches are busier and accommodation in high demand, therefore fetching a higher price.

Located in the Mediterranean Sea, Balearic Islands are the perfect haven for holidaymakers in Spain. For those looking at real estate options in Spain, this place, with its exquisite sandy beaches and raving sunshine, will appeal the most.

Apart from its natural beauty, the archipelago also houses some of the most outstanding fishing villages, cathedrals and orchards. Your Key to Spain offers myriad choices of properties in Balearic Islands that are well-furnished, spacious and reasonably priced.

The Balearics or Balearic Islands, with its capital city of Palma de Mallorca in Majorca, is a group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea, to the east of the Iberian Peninsula, that transforms into a haven for holidaymakers and fun-seekers every summer. With a total area of about 5,000 sq km., the Balearics are made up of four main islands, each of which is a popular tourist destination: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. These islands offer fine sandy beaches, an ever-present sunshine, and a wild nightlife famous all over the world.

In the past, the Balearics have been invaded by the Romans, the Vandals, the Byzantines, the Arabs, and the Aragonese, leaving behind cultural gems beyond the bars and the beaches: Gothic cathedrals, Stone Age ruins, fishing villages, bushwalks, olive and almond groves, and orange orchards.

Peak season for tourists comes in the summer months of June, July and August, when sunshine is aplenty and the water is warm. Consequently, this is also when the beaches are busier and accommodation in high demand, therefore fetching a higher price.
Properties in this area

Sa Cala Andratx

The small, exclusive Bendinat Group development of Sa Cala is set in a magical location at Cala Llamp, a pretty bay with rocky outcrops and turquoise sea. Within a short walk of the Mediterranean Sea, a beach club and cafe, Sa Cala comprises only 21 units, all with luxury specifications.
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Pollentia Mar

Pollentia Mar can be found right in the centre of the picturesque Puerto Pollensa, situated opposite a square and just 50 metres from the beach and fishing port. It is rare to find newly built properties in such a sought-after location, within walking distance to all of the port's services, amenities and attractions.
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3 bedrooms Semidetached Villa

Newly built semi detached house with sea views....
price: €315,000 (£298,935)
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