Many CEOs know that disconnecting from work can help them become better leaders. When you allow yourself to completely disconnect, you’ll be able to easily come up with innovative ideas and solutions that would not have otherwise come up while in the office.
Spain would be a wonderful destination for CEOs to unwind. If you’re wondering where in Spain you should go, check out the best destinations below.
There’s so much more to Mallorca than booze-fuelled parties. As the largest of the Balearic Islands, it’s home to more than 300 beaches and coves, making it a wonderful destination for CEOs to unwind. Palma, the island’s capital city, has charming historic streets filled with cosy cafes and speciality boutiques.
Long stretches of sand, such as Playa de Muro and Cala Llombards, encircle much of Mallorca, broken up by craggy cliffs and the stunning Serra de Tramontana Mountain range, favoured by cyclists and hikers. And don’t forget the quaint towns of Puerto Pollensa, Alcúdia, and Valldemossa, which are begging to be explored.
Costa de la Luz Huelva
Costa de la Luz is a charming port town in southwestern Spain lying at the mouth of the Tinto and Odiel rivers. With quaint coastal villages, spectacular landscapes, and delicious cuisines, especially fresh seafood and fish, there are many reasons why it’s becoming a popular tourist destination.
The long stretches of beaches and small fishing villages take centre stage along its coast. But the town is also famous for its natural reserves and enormous national parks. Costa de la Luz is also home to Spain’s best golf courses. In fact, high end golf holidays in Spain, particularly in the Costa de la Luz Huelva are popular among CEOs who are avid golfers.
Costa Brava is a must-visit if you’re heading to Spain to unwind. Sitting in the Mediterranean’s northwest corner, the sun-kissed land of Costa Brava features a 200-km long coastline lined with golden beaches, pine-edged coves, and crystal-clear waters.
Its charm extends inland, where you’ll find quiet Medieval villages, Greco-Roman ruins, and unique artistic heritage, thanks to its most famous resident, Salvador Dalí.
Costa Blanca’s overwhelmingly stunning landscapes, boasting stunning sandy beaches, not to mention the warm climate throughout the year, make Costa Blanca a popular destination in Spain to unwind. Costa Blanca is also a popular golf holiday destination, home to several quality golf courses. So, whether you’re a beach bummer or an avid golfer, there’s something for you to do here.
Ibiza might be a popular destination for parties, but it’s also home to beautiful beaches, offering plenty of opportunities to relax and unwind. For instance, the small beach of Playa de Santa Eulalia feels calm even on the busiest of days.
In the tranquil area of Sol d’en Serra, you’ll find the Amante Beach Club, which offers morning yoga sessions surrounded by breathtaking nature. The yoga class is followed by a refreshing buffet of healthy cuisines, a truly healthy and relaxing way to start your day in Ibiza. Make your Ibiza holiday even more relaxing by getting your hands on a luxury Ibiza villa on the quiet part of the island.