Mallorca

Mallorca- more than just a holiday destination!

Mallorca represents like never before Mediterranean Lifestyle. The island’s popularity is rising up constantly due to its easy accessibility, the continuing growing of facilities in first class hotels, leisure and excellent gastronomy. Mallorca stands for relax, sport, wellness, fun and shopping pleasure.

On the other hand just a few kilometres into the island’s countryside you will encounter villages of beauty and calmness, varied landscapes, fantastic coast lines and picturesque mountainous regions.

Mallorca is a cosmopolitan island where many artists have left their mark along the centuries, open to everybody from diverse countries, where the modern and the traditional spirit merge continuously.

Ibiza

There is a choice of 5-star Hotels in the very popular and famed island of Ibiza, where we can offer successful meetings and incentive trips.

Other reasons for an event in Ibiza are:

Sun, Sun, Sun
Ibiza has a kind, soft Mediterranean climate, enjoying sometimes more hours of sun than Majorca. Also in winter time the temperature is mild and comfortable, as it gets around 15º.

Beaches and Bays
The island’s coast offers wonderful bays, silent cliff bays as well as “instyle” sandy beaches for the rich and beautiful. The beach life in Ibiza is legendary.

World Culture Heritage
Since 1999 Ibiza is one of the 23 places in the world which belongs to the UNESCO, mixed world cultural heritage“. It is mixed because in this island the nature richness has blended with its culture wealth and this has created its greatest heritage.

Clubs & Nightlife
Ibiza is well known all over the world for parties and nightlife. Ibiza is a trendsetter and again and again one of its clubs wins the titel “Best Club of the World”.

The origin of terms like “Balearic House, Sunset Chill or Café de Mar” came from Ibiza and have influenced the musical culture all over the world.

Village Charm & Cosmopolitan Scene
During summer time, Ibiza is the meeting point for different openminded cultures and nationalities. Then Ibiza is a pulsative metropolis, full of beautiful and eccentric people. In winter, Ibiza is home for the local people and those tourists who are looking for a calm and quiet place and wish to enjoy the original Ibiza.

Result: Ibiza bewitch everybody!

Tenerife

The island of eternal spring!
The mild climate and the varied landscape with its beaches in the South and the green North offer an ideal frame for all sorts of experiences.

Tenerife is located at only 300 km from the African continent, having a strong impact on the climate. There can be pronounced variations in temperature within different regions of the island.

At the heart of the island lies Teide National Park with its unique moon landscape and the volcano Pico del Teide, at 3,718 m the highest peak in Spain. Venturing just a few kilometers further you find the ocean and paradisiacal beaches.

Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands and enthralls visitors thanks to its fascinating diversity.

A special highlight are the many dolphins and pilot whales which can often be seen between Tenerife and La Gomera.

Valencia

Home to one of the most well-known staples of Spanish cuisine – the authentic Paella Valenciana – and steeped in a rich history spanning over 2000 years, Valencia is a modern city that perfectly encapsulates the mediterranean lifestyle.

With 300 days of sun per year and an average temperature of around 18ºC, Valencia offers the perfect climate to plan incentive trips and hold inspiring meetings or conventions.

The city’s coastline offers 7 km of sandy beaches, while a 9km-long park runs through the centre of the town. A colourful range of bars and restaurants completes the experience of a destination which will delight urban explorers, outdoor enthusiasts and gourmets alike.

Andalucia

Let yourself be driven by the emotions.
Western Andalusia with its provinces Seville and Cádiz offers you a wide range of sensations full of authentic colour, taste and tradition of a thousand-year-old culture.

Places like Cádiz, the silvery capital, founded by the Phoenicians three thousand years ago, El Puerto de Santa María, where explorers like Christopher Columbus set sail for the new world, Jerez de la Frontera, birthplace of Flamenco, Sherry Wine and the famous Andalusian Horses, and Seville, the beautiful capital of orange blossom and Tapas, where past and present blend gracefully.

These are only a few of the many charms that the southernmost part of Europe offers to you.