The sandy beaches of Ibiza and Mallorca were the most visited in all of Spain
In honor of its 15th anniversary, Google Street View released a list of the most searched destinations this year and in Spain, two pristine beaches in the Balearic Islands holiday hotspot made the top five.
Playa d’en Bossa in Ibiza
With 2,700 meters of pristine coastline, Playa d’en Bossa is the longest and one of the most visited beaches on the island of Ibiza. Located in the town itself, access to this slice of heaven couldn’t be easier, and the surrounding area offers something for everyone, from trendy bars and clubs open all night to laid-back restaurants and a park. family aquatic.
Cala Major in Majorca
Measuring just 200 meters in length and surrounded by towering cliffs, Cala Major is considered one of the best beaches on the island. It is located very close to Palma and its natural beauty, in addition to its easy access, makes it a favorite with tourists and residents alike.
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