An archipelago located in the Mediterranean just off the eastern coast of Spain, the Balearic Islands are revered for their miles of sandy beaches, hidden coves and plenty of breathtaking natural attractions. It is divided into Gimnesias in the north (with Mallorca, Menorca and Cabrera) and Pitiusas in the south-wast (consisting of Ibiza and Formentera). Majorca and Ibiza are the largest of the islands, the former is famed for the Cabrera National Park and Sierra de Tramontana mountains whilst the latter has a reputation of a party goers paradise with an abundance of night clubs and beach parties featuring celebrity DJs and guests. Ibiza has a great deal more to offer than just parties and hangovers and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site due to the many cultural attractions and natural landscapes rich in biodiversity. Aside from the friendly locals, rich culture, abundance of popular attractions and activities and delectable local cuisine, the climate is outstanding with more than 300 days of blissful sunshine a year, it is no wonder visitors return year after year.