This Spanish multi-centre break blends the buzzing city life of Barcelona with the laid back beach lifestyle of the Balearic Islands off the East coast of Spain. You may choose between the islands of Mallorca, Menorca or Ibiza.

10 nights,  From £854*

Price is a guide for this multi-centre holiday including all your flights, hotels and transfers.

*Prices are only to act as a guide

Itinerary

3 Nights – Barcelona
7 Nights – Balearics (Your choice of island)


✈  UK – Barcelona (3 Nights): You will take a flight from the UK to Barcelona, where we will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel where you will stay for the next 3 nights. Barcelona, in Northern Spain is a welcoming and lively city. With its magnificent works of Gaudi architecture sprinkled all over the city, there is a lot to see, including Barcelona’s most famous Gaudi landmark, the intriguingly stunning La Sagrada Familia, which is still yet to be finished. For something a little different, visit The Magic Fountain at Montjuic which stages free water, light and music shows most days. Take a stroll down the Las Ramblas to soak in the city’s atmosphere with its entertainers, cafes and shops or spend a couple of hours down by the beach and the Olympic harbour where you can find some great seafood restaurants. The Spanish love to party, and Barcelona is no exception. The city has an energetic nightlife scene which could see you partying all night long if you so wish!

✈ Barcelona – Balearics (7 Nights): On your final day in Barcelona, we will pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to the airport for your onward flight to one of the Balearic Islands, where you will stay for 7 nights. Each of the Balearic Islands has something unique to offer and your choice of island will depend on what type of holiday you’re looking for. Mallorca is the largest of the islands and has some spectacular mountain scenery as well as long sandy beaches. It is also home to some lovely beach resorts including Cala d’Or and Puerto Pollensa and of course its capital city of Palma. Ibiza and specifically Ibiza Town is famed for its clubbing and music scene, however, to the North of the Island there is a completely different atmosphere, one that is far more rugged and relaxed. If this is more up your street, try the resorts of Portinatx or the family friendly Cala San Vicente. Menorca is the perhaps the calmest and quietest of the islands, with popular resorts in the southern coast such as Punta Prima, Binibeca and the pretty Cala Galdana. On the northern coast is the quaint fishing harbour of Fornells.

✈ Balearics – UK: On your final day at your beach resort, we will pick you up and take you back to the airport for your return flight to the UK.