I enjoy showing people the island in a simple and congenial manner
Being a Mallorca tourist guide is my passion
How lucky I am to be an official tour guide!
Showing off the island is a joy
40 years as a tourist guide. What a rewarding profession!
The Official Balearic Islands Tourist Guide Association (COGTIB) programme for visitors and residents, excursions on demand according to the particular interests of different groups.
We customise visits for our customers with all our enthusiasm so they can have a unique experience and wonderful memories of their trip to the Balearic Islands.
The COGTIB has 235 members, covering a total of 16 languages, and offers a wide range of visits aimed at different groups of people: e.g. students, congress attendees, company trips, senior citizens, small groups and families.
Majorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, and it will show you corners you could never have imagined. With the Tramuntana mountains, a World Heritage Site, and its beaches of sand or rock, come and discover this fabled island.
Come on! The capital is waiting for you: Palma, an old town and modern city.
Come and enjoy our towns, landscape and folklore.
Have you ever visited Valdemosa, Soller or the Port of Andraitx? What are you waiting for then?
Your COGTIB guide will help you enjoy the mountains and sea by sprinkling everything with a little history and legend. Taste the Majorcan sobrassada and, if you like sweet foods, try the ensaimada or almond cake.
Come and you will find out that there is much more to Majorca than you realised.
Minorca is the place where Spain rises!
It is a Biosphere Reserve.
At 5km long, the natural harbours in the capital, Mahon, is of the best in the world. Don’t miss it. And try a Pomada, [Minorcan gin and lemonade], in one of its bars.
Walk the famous “Camí de Cavalls”, or “horse riding track” around the perimeter of the island. Admire the prehistoric culture of the megalithic chamber tombs, known as ‘navetas’.
Visit Ciutadella. Experience the fiestas of San Juan and try a local “caldereta” [lobster stew]
Minorca is your island. Step out with a pair of typical Minorcan sandals, ‘albarcas’, and take a walk with your COGTIB guide!
Eivissa, the capital, would like to welcome you on behalf of the Pityusic Islands!
Come and find out from your COGTIB guide why, on an island where the climate is so sweet, the cathedral is dedicated to the saint Santa María de las Nieves
Dress as you like, feel like a hippy and dance with us on the walls of Dalt Vila, a World Heritage Site.
In Ibiza, you’ll find yourself dreaming: next to the turquoise sea and white houses while you try a typical flaó pastry.
A jewel in the Mediterranean, reflecting the sunlight on its clean white beaches. Formentera, where the patron saint of the sea dresses up for her festivities on the día del Carmen.
Formentera will beguile you, enchant you and finally trap you. Come and find out its history from your COGTIB guide.
At only 7km in length, Cabrera is the smallest of the islands, and is declared a maritime-terrestrial National Park.