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Summer in Spain

Tired of the rain? Are you going abroad this summer? Set your GPS on Spain!
We have some amazing destinations for a summer holiday in Spain and the Balearic Islands.

Barcelona is a city that always manages to amaze: you fall in love with it at first sight and anyone, once visited for the first time, can’t wait to come back. The sun, the sea, the people on the streets at all hours, but also the monuments and the many points of interest make it one of the most attractive cities in Europe.

The Balearic Islands
The Balearic Islands are made up of four different islands: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera. They are all beautiful, but each has its own personality and attractions. If you’re going to visit one this summer (and why shouldn’t you?), here are some of the must-see beaches!

Cala Saona (Formentera)
A small gem located in the western part of Formentera and is among the most visited on the island. The reason is clear when you get there: you will have the impression of being inside a jewel of fine white sand, illuminated by the sun and a blue sea. The beach extends for no more than 200 metres.

Cala Bassa (Ibiza)
From one cove to another in the sign of beauty, perfect climate and nature. We are in Cala Bassa, considered one of the beaches of Ibiza not to be missed. You will find yourself enjoying a sort of natural pool in the western part of the island. The fine sand and turquoise waters will give you a unique scenery, ideal for snorkeling, but also for children to play in peace.

Cala Blanca (Minorca)
The beaches of Menorca know how to surprise and give postcard shows. This is the case of the beautiful Cala Blanca, which is located a few kilometers from the capital Ciutadella. White, as the name says, is the colour of fine sand. The clear sea is set in some rocky walls and offers a gently sloping bottom, perfect for those who love snorkeling.

Cala Blanca (Palma)
A few kilometers from Calvià, there is Cala Blanca, a picturesque beach not to be missed. The beach is made up of pebbles and gravel, while the waters are calm, clear and inviting. The seabeds are particularly rocky and so you have to be a little careful when entering the water.

Whether it’s the Mediterranean, the Balearic Islands or the mainland Spanish cities you want to visit this summer, there’s plenty to do and many ways to get there. Tapas and sangria, Spanish food and wine, Balearic Islands and sandy beaches. Everything is nice, because as long as you sunbathe and get a good tan, there’s nothing wrong with it.
Enjoy the trip and stay connected with Seafy Wi-Fi on board!