Learning with the family

Live and enjoy the culture of the Balearic Islands

There are endless activities to learn about the history and the culture of the Balearic Islands in a playful way. Island trips to discover the flora and fauna, lodgings in hostels or monasteries, an adventure that no family member will forget. Get to know the history of the islands through their castles, monasteries, museums and historical villages; book one of the many theme parks of the islands after a didactic day and experience a complete fun experience.

Surprise your family with one of these activities: 

On Mallorca, a visit to the Castillo de Bellver, the Lluc Monastery, the Castell de Santueri, the S'Albufera Natural Park or the San Carlos Museum of Military History.

In Menorca, take your family on a visit to the Cavalleria and Favàritx lighthouses, the Marlborough Fort, the emblematic Talaoits to view the true Naveta from the Neolithic period, or to visit a cheese factory to complete the entire process of the handmade cheese making.

Ibiza can also be enjoyed with the family. A guided through the Dalt Vila with its protective walls and defense towers will leave your children jammed. Another important visit is the Necropolis at the Puig des Molins, with more than 3,000 tombs carved in stone.

Formentera is an ideal place to enjoy the natural beauty; cycle along one of the 32 rutas verdes (Green Trails) and get to know the island´s wild flora and fauna. You should shoot a family photo on one of the emblematic lighthouses, such as the Faro de la Mola or at the Cap de Barbaria. Here, young and old will admire the wonderful cliffs.

Enjoy a dream holiday with the family!

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Castle Bellver (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

A unique Gothic castle


Sanctuary Lluc (Escorca, mallorca)

The first Marian sanctuary of the Balearic Islands, from the 13th century


Nature park S´Albufera de Mallorca (Muro, mallorca)

A wetland of high ecological value


Museum Castell de Sant Carles (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

Military museum in a 17th - 18th century fortress with magnificent views


Fortress Fort Marlborough (Es Castell, menorca)

A British fortress from the 18th century that has been converted into a historical interpretation centre


Fortress Fortalesa de la Mola (Maó, menorca)

An impressive fortress, guardian of the port of Mahon


Local product Formatge-Maó Menorca (Alaior, menorca)

The handmade taste of the field products


Aisle Es Tudons (Ciutadella, menorca)

The most emblematic funerary monument from the prehistory of Minorca


Archaeological Site Poblat de la Torre d'en Galmés (Alaior, menorca)

One of the finest examples of talayotic villages on Minorca and the second-largest in size


Historical complex Dalt Vila (Eivissa, ibiza)

Dalt Vila is in the heart of town, housing the most representative buildings of political, religious and commercial power


Necrópolis Puig des Molins (Eivissa, ibiza)

Puig des Molins was the cemetery for the city of Ibiza throughout Antiquity


Lighthouse Cap de Barbaria (Formentera, formentera)

The moderner of the two impressive lighthouses on Formentera


Lighthouse La Mola (Formentera, formentera)

A place to take measure of the world, as Jules Verne said