Posted on: January 30, 2021 Posted by: Nicholas Harrison Comments: 0

The Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca, are amazing destinations for a holiday or vacation. But they are also very welcoming to international visitors and tourists. Whether you opt for the big shops and restaurants of Mallorca, the calming, sandy beaches of Menorca, or the vibrant and ground-shaking parties and clubs of Ibiza, there will be an affordable housing option available to you. These are the cheapest places that you can buy property quickly in the Balearic Islands, while still having a very enjoyable time.

  1. Mahon

Mahon, which is sometimes referred to as Mao, is the small and picturesque capital city of Menorca. This city is situated in the Eastern part of Mahon, and it is home to some of the most beautiful parts of the islands, with some stunning architecture lining the streets of the city. And although the city is quite small, there are a lot of activities that you can enjoy in the area. Fun fact, Mahon is said to be the birthplace of Mayonnaise.

  1. Cala En Blanes

 This city is spread wide across the west coast of Menorca, in quite a rocky region. The city has a wide range of modern activities, most of them being beach-related probably because they have very lovely beaches. You can perfect your tan or even learn to scuba dive. The nightlife is quite different from that of many other Balearic cities. The music is not loud enough to swallow your words, but it is vibrant enough to put you in a party mood. The town overall has quite a relaxed feel to it, and many different restaurants serve different kinds of food.

  1. Cuitadella

This historic city is located in the western area of Menorca, and it was once the capital of culture on the Island. However, it has not lost its attractiveness, and the rich cultural heritage is still very much evident across the city. The picturesque port, coupled with some grand gold-tinged buildings, give Cuitadella a sensational character that is very appealing to most tourists that visit. It is a delightful place to explore, and we believe even more delightful to live in.

  1. Alaior

The town of Alaior is one that is not short of reasons to delight you. The town is very charming, with a mix of winding streets and whitewashed houses giving the city a bold character and appeal. You will find many cafes and tapas bars in the area, and living here means you will never be too far away from a beautiful coastline. Alaior is a very appealing place to live in, and quite affordable as well for cash buyers.

  1. Manacor

Manacor is the second largest town on the island of Mallorca, and it is known as a home of industry. The town is mostly residential which means you are sure to find a strong sense of community. Most people know it as the birthplace of Rafael Nadal, although we know it as a cheap, attractive city in the Balearic Islands.