Here is a guide that tells it all. From the moment of arrival at this remarkably popular island (whose summer airport movements top those of any other airport in Europe) to the selection of accommodation, restaurants and the best beaches. How to find seclusion, how to find the action – it is all not merely included, but covered helpfully and well. 31 photographs and 9 maps set in 190 pages of text and index. This book is the first in a planned three title series covering Spain’s popular Balearic Islands and is written by Mary and Archie Tisdall whose two guides ‘Tenerife and the Western Canary Islands’ and ‘Gran Canaria and the Eastern Canary Islands’ are fast becoming popular classics in their field. The other two titles, ‘Menorca’ and ‘Ibiza and Formentera’ will be following in a few months and all three should be in print by the start of the 1988 tourist season. These are books which deliberately avoid heavy cultural coverage and which concentrate instead upon the day-to-day practicalities of travel as seen through the eyes of a couple who enjoy Spain and the Spaniards and who seek nothing as much as to share their own knowledge and enthusiasm with travellers who may have apprehensions as to how to go about things even in a closely situated, friendly and hospitable, fellow EEC country.
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