I first visited the Balearic Islands in 2014 and have returned every year since! It was my first time to Menorca and Formentera and we tried to pack in as much as we could during a 10 day trip.

I wanted to give you a few of our very favorite things to do, eat, drink and see…along with some tips about traveling through the Balearics.

We started in Menorca and loved our airbnb in Cala Porter. It was the perfect home base to explore the island. We rented a convertible to get around and it was so much fun!

Favorite beach? Cala Macarelleta! A small secluded paradise and your own private beach if you get there early.

Cova d'en Xoroi is incredible.  Sure there are a lot of tourists that visit, but have you ever seen anywhere like this?

We spent one longggggggg afternoon at Torralbenc, a traditional Menorcan farm that has been renovated into guest houses. The feel good part is that it's all done by being super respectful to the heritage and archaeology of the island.

Ah, my sweet Mallorca. Incredible beaches, endless charming villages, hiking trails, rock climbing, cliff jumping, the caves, wine tasting and the best accommodations. 

Cala Varques is a postcard wild beach on the east coast of Mallorca - quiet and unspoiled.

The view from the Chillout on the west coast of the island... 

I loveeeee Deià! It's this small coastal village in the Serra de Tramuntana, just north of Valldemossa. A really magical place known for its literary and musical residents. We were at the Belmond, it's awesome!

It's always a treat to explore Palma! There are endless delicious restaurants, shops, and the streets are so tiny we roamed for hours. 

What a dream you are Ibiza... 

Chasing the sunset...sa caleta.

We spent two afternoons at Amante, still dreaming of being here...

The master minds behind Grand Pigalle Hotel have this insane sunset spot, Experimental.

Another unbelievable sunset at Hostal La Torre. 

If you can stay and experience one place in Ibiza, let it be La Granja. A farmstead set among Ibiza's pastoral inlands and run in collaboration with Friends of a Farmer, an international association devoted to the cultivation of art, crops and inner gardens.

Spain, you never disappoint! Will always remember these trips with my best friends.

You can download this cool Google map with all the places that I featured + so much more. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions!

Shop all the hats from the Balearic Collection here

Thank you Bryan Dale for the beautiful film photographs in Ibiza, you are talented beyond words and i love you dearly.

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  • Hi there. I am planning a vaca with my husband to the Balearic Islands and came across your blog in my travel research. i thought I’d see if you could give me some advice on how long to spend on each island and if it’s easy to get from island to island. We will be traveling mid September and have about 10 days of a blank slate to work with. We are into exploring- mostly beaches, not overcrowded places and spots that we can get to by walking( restaurants, bars, etc.) any info would be greatly appreciated ☺️

    Jenn on

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