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Balearic islands

  1. 1. Balearic Islands Perry Clark Term 3 2012Spanish project
  2. 2. Facts The Balearic Islands has a total of 151 islands Only five of the Islands are inhabited (Majorca, Minorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Cabrera)The highest point of the Balearic Islands is the Puig Major on Mallorca, with an altitude of 1432 metres above sea level.The highest point of the Balearic Islands is the Puig Major on Mallorca, with an altitude of 1432 metres above sea level.
  3. 3. FlagThe red and yellow colours reflect that there an association.The field is the same as the flag of Aragon, which the islandsbelonged to in medieval days. The canton (upper left) is the emblem of Palma de Majorca, the islands capital city.
  4. 4. Food Cheese has been produced since early times in Menorca. Every town in Menorca has a cheese making industry.Throughout Menorca, you will find a great selection of fish and shell fish, With sardines, sole, red mullet, squid, prawns, lobster and mussels. They also like sweet pastries
  5. 5. Sports Football GolfBadminton
  6. 6. Places To Visit The islands have amazing beaches Ibiza is the third largest Balearic Island It is best known as the “Party Island”,but there is also a lot more to this Island.

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