Our most recommended Balearic Islands Gardens & Flowers
1. Ibiza: Ibiza Botánico Biotecnológico Entrance Ticket
Visit a multifunctional space dedicated to the conservation of species and to biotechnological research applied to the environment. Nature and technology are combined here in a new way, unique way. You will find more than 10,000 plants from 120 species of the Pitiusas Islands of Ibiza and Formentera, including species endemic to the area and at risk of becoming extinct in nature. Discover the "photobioreactor" for the growth of microalgae, consisting of transparent tubes, with a volume of 1200 liters of water each. Microalgae don't need land to grow, but they do need sunshine and CO2 to produce oxygen, just like trees. Learn how typical Mediterranean saltworks function, based on a replica of a traditional salt farm built from silt. Here you can see the so-called "halophilic" plants, which literally translated from the greek means "salt lover" plants. Discover what the water from the...
2. Sóller: Jardines de Alfabia Entrance Ticket
Don't miss the opportunity to visit one of Mallorca's oldest buildings and its stunning gardens. Discover a typical Mallorcan house with charming corners and a traditional atmosphere, as well as a garden that will delight all of your senses. In the gardens, witness the clear influence of English landscaping. Stroll along the wide avenue, consisting of 3 lanes of large plane trees, to reach the traditional Mallorcan patio. You will also be able to admire water fountains and hydrangeas. In the house, admire a stunning combination of Roman-Andalusian roots, as well as elements of Arabic, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Roman, Rococo and even English decoration. Time has left traces of each era in the house, while the whole complex maintains its balance. In this sense, the development of the house of Alfabia is a model of respect for the past and evolution, of conservation and innovation.
3. Palma de Mallorca: 1-Hour Guided Walking Tour
Explore the beautiful town of Palma and visit the main attractions on a 1-hour guided walking tour. Learn the fascinating history behind each turn from your expert guide. Start your walking adventure in the beautiful gardens of S'Hort del Rei. Here, admire the statue of the "Mallorcan Slinger," a bronze sculpture located in the medieval gardens. Continue to the Torre dels Caps (tower of heads) and learn the dark history behind its name. Explore the winding streets of the historic center as your guide tells you local legends and anecdotes. Pass the Plaza de la Reina, the Parliament, or Plaza de Cort and see the Town Hall. Finally, make a turn and arrive at the spectacular Cathedral of Mallorca. Stop here for incredible photos and admire a symbol of the island's historical and cultural heritage.
4. Mallorca : Walking Tour of Valldemossa
On this hourlong guided walking tour, discover the beautiful village of Valldemossa, which is located in the Tramuntana mountain range. This town, which is listed as a World Heritage Site, is considered one of the most beautiful towns in all the Balearic Islands. Learn about and see the most important sites of Valldemossa, including the Cartuja Gardens, the Plaza Mayor, the Mirador des Lledoners, and the Palacio Rei Don Sancho façade. Spend the hour wandering around the traditional stone streets, and be sure to try the famous "Coca de patata," the most typical pastry from Valldemossa.
5. Alcudia: Museum Sa Bassa Blanca Entry Ticket
Make your trip to Museum Sa Bassa Blanca in Alcudia more convenient with this no-fuss entry ticket. Simply choose your desired ticket at checkout and show it at the main entrance of the museum during your visit. Whether you plan your trip ahead or purchase your ticket the day of your visit, come prepared to immediately start exploring the museum’s various exhibitions and spaces, including the Nins collection, Socrates space, Sculpture Park, and Rose Garden.
6. From Palma de Mallorca: Jardines de Alfabia Visit
Travel to the Jardines de Alfabia in Bunyola, right in the heart of the Tramuntana Mountain Range. Combine nature with history as you walk, relax, and enjoy the scenery. Depart from Palma's city center and head to Jardines de Alfabia, a complex consisting of a historic house, gardens, and an orchard. Walk through the gardens and appreciate the British-influenced landscaping and how it integrates into the natural environment. Face the main façade of the house and admire the majestic palm trees. Visit the historic house, a structure with Roman-Andalusian roots. See how time has left traces of each era in the house. Understand how the development of the house of Alfabia is a model of respect for the past and the evolution of conservation and innovation.
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What people are saying about Balearic Islands
Very lovely botanic gardens. Nice and quiet. Also with interesting facts about the Ibiza flora provided. Worth a visit!
Beautiful garden that is very lovingly laid out! Definitely worth seeing!