Discover the truly peaceful side of the Balearic Islands
To the east, Albufera Natural Park is a good place to enjoy birding or bird watching. And, if you want to admire the seabed of the Pacific itself, you have to go to the National Park of the Cabrera Archipelago, accessible only by boat. In addition to diving, the island allows several hiking trails, such as the one that leads to the hill of Bellamirada, one of the most beautiful corners of the Balearic Islands.
In Ibiza is not all party and debauchery. The white island, as it is also known, allows you to enjoy activities in nature in the Balearic Islands. In addition to the bath, its 210 kilometers of coastline, they invite you to practice water sports. The same can be said of Formentera, where it is also worth mentioning a hiking trail, that of the Estany Pudent. You can explore it on foot or by bicycle and it will take you to discover one of the most impressive landscapes of the Balearic Islands.
Finally Menorca, an entire island declared a Biosphere Reserve, has no waste. Hiking or mountain biking among megalithic monuments, bathing in warm beaches or bird watching in the Natural Park of S'Albufera des Grau are some of the options that await you in this incomparable environment.