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We offer some fabulous cheap hotels in Menorca on quickrooms.com and just because our prices are great doesnt mean we compromise on quality. The product in Menorca is generally of a high standard and very geared towards families.

January February March April
 Room Only£476.35£477.21£477.64£183.73
 Self Catering£314.66£315.22£354.77£151.02
 B & B£486.77£486.77£486.77£251.81
 Half Board--£2090.30£419.55
 Full Board----
 All Inclusive----
January February March April
 Room Only-£467.41£467.84£300.02
 Self Catering---£239.05
 B & B£559.33£427.55£427.55£345.95
 Half Board£730.56£490.44£490.44£441.06
 Full Board-£553.31£553.31£567.36
 All Inclusive---£697.38
January February March April
 Room Only--£1090.73£1209.46
 Self Catering---£806.20
 B & B£1153.43£1155.51£990.93£991.83
 Half Board--£1372.56£1372.56
 Full Board----
 All Inclusive----
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Majorca, Ibiza & Menorca make up the fabulous Balearic Islands with hotel offers for 2015 & 2016

Choose from Cheap hotels in Magaluf, all inclusive hotels in Alcudia, self catering in San Antonio, to Half board hotels in Menorca. The Balearics really do have it all. The flight is only a couple of hours away too, so no excuses!  

Just off the east coast of Spain, these islands are jewels in the Mediterranean sea, sparkling with beautiful beaches, extensive choice of accommodation, luxury and budget, a very wide range of activities and superb food.  You are spoiled for choice - which one to visit?  Majorca is the larger, so we will go there first.

With just about all year round sun, great beaches, warm waters and plenty of nightlife Majorca has everything you need for a wonderful holiday. With a huge choice of beach resorts, or escape to the mountains and explore charming hilltop villages, Soller, Valldemossa and Deia make an excellent base from which to discover the island.
If you are looking for the beach and nightlife, then Magaluf in the south is the place to be, with super beach activities, loads of cafés and restaurants. Nightlife here is hectic based around plenty of bars and nightclubs.  Quieter and more for the family, the East coast of Cala de Sant Vicenc, Cala Bona, Cala Millor and Cala Ratjada as well as Cala d’Or a little further round the coast are very popular and offer a good choice for a beach side break. 
Plenty of water sports including scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing as well as golf, horseback riding, go carting, hiking and cycling can be found all over the island. Not forgetting the aqua parks with water slides and pools.

Menorca is the least touristy and commercial having resisted the mass building and development and retained its natural beauty.
The island is more suited to an easy going, nature-loving visitor or family groups than the party people that collect on the other islands.
Menorca’s coastline has a enormous number of beaches and is home to some of the most important environmental regions. The north coast is a region of pine trees, fringing quiet coves and rocky outcrops. The S’Albufera wetlands reserve is rich in seabirds, migratory birds and much more.
Menorca offers excellent dive sites including wrecks, coral, marine life and underwater caves. 

Ibiza must be one of the best known islands for the holidaymaker, beautiful beaches and clear blue waters, striking scenery, lively atmosphere and well-known nightclubs.
Maybe a Mecca for the party animal, particularly around San Antonio and Ibiza Town, there is a very different Ibiza to be found around the quieter resorts of Santa Eulalia and Es Canar on the east coast.

With many miles of coastline many come for the beach by day and the nightclub by night, and here are some of the worlds largest and most exciting clubs.  The multitude of coves and headlands provide wonderful beaches, from long stretches of golden sand to sandy coves. 

If all day and night partying is not your idea of a holiday the island has quieter spots ideal for a more easy going holiday, with great opportunities for snorkelling, scuba diving, sailing or windsurfing.  Many fabulous walking trails, good fun shopping, and fine dining all readily on hand.
Formentera is the smallest of the Islands and is just off the coast of Ibiza.  Visitors to Formentera come to see and experience its natural beauty and easy going atmosphere, which are the complete opposite to its neighbour, Ibiza . There are a limited number of hotels so most make the visit in a day.  So if you want to stay, book in advance!
The island has truly amazing beaches of pure white sand lapped by the  turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. The main town is Es Pujols with shops, restaurants and bars. Try watching the sun set from a beach bar…perfect end to the day. 
Formentera is well known for its fresh seafood with grilled fish a firm favourite. Island cuisine differs from the mainland Spanish diet, well worth trying!

Four Islands, all close together, but all as different as can be. All offer their own unique experience for the holiday maker and the traveller.  Which one will you choose?

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Ibiza is the party capital of Spain with the hottest nightlife

Hotels in Ibiza offer a great base to explore this fabulous Island. It has many attractions and there is plenty of good quality self catering accommodation in Ibiza, across all resorts. Apartments in Ibiza may also offer bed and breakfast and Half Board options. You can also find all Inclusive hotels in Ibiza.

Ibiza is most certainly an island of contrasts and attracts thousands of visitors each year all looking for and finding a unique magic to this beautiful island. The choice of hotel and self catering accommodation in Ibiza is vast and you will find a huge array of beach hotels, apartments and villas to choose from.

The third largest of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza covers just 225 square miles with the holiday season starting in May and ending in October. The weather in Ibiza is perfect for beach lovers and families alike, especially in May / June as temperatures settle around the mid twenties and reaches over 30 degrees in August.

Ibiza’s nightlife and music scene is legendary; some of the most popular clubs in Ibiza include Amnesia, DC10, Eden, Es Paradis, Pacha, Privilege and Space. In June all of the clubs launch with their opening parties and the summer really starts, with August being the busiest month and if you are a party lover then Ibiza is the place to be! If the club scene is a little too much then a visit to San Antonio’s sunset strip (Calo des Moro) is well worth it for a relaxing drink or two at the famous Café Del Mar or Mambo’s and there are many other resorts to choose from offering family friendly hotels and apartments.

Playa D’en Bossa boasts some of the islands best beaches and family orientated hotels, offering a choice of quality beach front hotels and apartments. Santa Eulalia is quieter and excellent for families or holiday makers wanting a quieter resort as is Portinatx in the north. San Antonia is home to the party revellers and is a 24 hour party resort offering some of Ibiza’s cheapest 18-30 hotels and apartments.

Ibiza Town (locally known as Eivissa) really is the most beautiful port with many fantastic restaurants, port bars, designer shopping, hippy markets and is home to the world famous Pacha nightclub. You will find many cheap hotels and apartments in Ibiza and many people choose to stay in the beach resorts and visit Ibiza Town during their stay.

September in Ibiza see’s a quieter scene with Jazz festivals and cooler temperatures. Offering a resort that suits everyone with beautiful beaches, scenery, and unique atmosphere you really will want to return to Ibiza!

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Majorca offers many hotels at cheap prices from 2012 to 2013

Family holidays in Majorca are more popular than ever and the number of all inclusive hotels in Majorca is growing. Whatever hotel or apartments you choose your sure to have a great holiday.

Majorca is a fabulous Mediterranean island to visit. There is huge variation in vistas, from beautiful  sea scopes to rugged mountains, with rather narrow roads! The bays are breathtaking and the accommodation is as equally varied. The major Hotels in Palma, the capital, are wonderful with sea front restaurants and all world class facilities.  Or maybe a self catering apartment by the sea, just right for families. There is the perfect choice for everyone.

Majorca has two mountainous regions in the north-west and eastern thirds of the island. The northeast coast comprises two main bays the Badia de Pollença and Badia d'Alcúdia. The northern coast is rugged and has many cliffs. The island is known for its caves both above and below sea-level. You can visit them around the coastal town of Porto Cristo.

The east coast, including towns such as Cala de Sant Vicenc, Cala Bona, Cala Millor and Cala Ratjada as well as Cala d’Or a little further round are very popular and offer a good choice for a beach side break.  The south of the island is a little quieter until you reach Arenal and the outskirts of Palma. These are wonderful beachside areas with lots of hotel choice.

Palma - you will never forget your first sight of the cathedral, huge, soaring and towering over the city, surrounded by little narrow streets. Palma is the capital of the island with wide tree lined avenues and tiny little alleys with courtyards offering a huge range of shopping, museums and art galleries as well as super places to eat! The best known store is El Corte Ingles which sells high quality products. There are great jewellery shops, Majorcan pearls are a good buy as well as locally made articles. This is a city which repays a weeks holiday all on its own!

Moving round to the south west you come to Portals Nous, Palmanova and Magaluf. Life starts to liven up here, there is more nightlife, the music is louder and it is very popular for fun filled nights and lazy beach days. There is a very good choice of accommodation too.

Carrying on next is Santa Ponsa and Andratx. Very beautiful coastal towns, a little quieter and a great choice.

If you would rather be inland a little, try Valldemossa or Fornalutx. Or maybe Soller, which has the most fabulous rail link to Palma, using the original rolling stock from around 1915.

According to the Majorcan Tourist Board, there are over 2,400 restaurants on the island of Majorca, from small bars to restaurants. Olives and almonds are typical of the Majorcan diet, with local dishes including sobrassada,  a cured sausage and arros brut, saffron rice with chicken, pork and vegetables and the sweet pastry ensaïmada. The choice is huge and international dishes are just as easily found.

Justly loved by many nationalities for providing a great destination for a wide range of holiday options, you can’t go wrong in Majorca!

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