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The Balearic Islands (Catalan: Illes Balears, Spanish: Islas Baleares) [1] are an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Spain.




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The Balearic Islands have the airports of Palma de Majorca, Ibiza and Mahón, making any journey extremely easy.

It is also possible to reach them by ship, since Barcelona is only a night-crossing away aboard the most modern vessels. The journey takes just eight hours. By air the flight from Barcelona, Valencia, and Madrid takes less than an hour, while from París and London it takes under two. It is also possible to take vehicles to the islands aboard ferries specially designed for the purpose. Both air and sea services have extra flights and crossing during the "high season" (July 1st-September 30th),

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The local cooking of the islands is exotic, exquisite and at the same time imaginatively presented.


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