Grounded by one of the most well-known yachting ports in the world, Palma de Mallorca, the Balearic Islands are just off of the southern coast of Spain at the western mouth of the Mediterranean Sea. The three main islands of Menorca, Mallorca, and Ibiza, are joined by the islet of Formentera and the National Park of the little Archipelago of Cabrera. The jagged coastlines of the islands offer many different anchorages, with lovely beaches and little fishing villages. Formentera and Menorca attract those looking for tranquility in beautiful surroundings, and the quiet life of the local fishermen. Mallorca is the largest island, anchored by Palma, which is a very busy yacht harbor, while Ibiza, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site for its rich biodiversity and history, including the Phoenician archaeological site of Sa Caleta, the necropolis of Puig des Molins and the historic Centre of Eivissa. Ibiza Town is the center of chic life in the Balearics known for parties that continue from dusk to dawn.