The Balearic Islands are pure diversity. An archipelago in which each island has its own distinct character and features. Islands full of history, with a cultural and monumental heritage that embodies the footsteps and the testimony of all the cultures that have sailed into their harbours.
The UIB has a student hall of residence on campus. You can choose whether you want a single or shared room. In all cases, you will have a private bathroom, telephone, central heating, Internet connection and access to Campus Esport, the university sports facilities. You can choose between three different types of board: bed and breakfast, half board and full board.
There are libraries at the university campus and the University Headquarters in Menorca, and Eivissa and Formentera.
There are computer rooms at the university campus in Sa Riera building (Palma), at the University Headquarters in Menorca and at the University Headquarters in Eivissa.
The Campus is located in a rural setting between the Palma districts of Son Espanyol and Sa Garriga. Spanning a total area of almost 100 hectares, 52 of them will form part of a nature reserve in accordance to the soon-to-be instated Special Plan. Within this reserve is an Area of Special Interest (ANEI) along the north-western boundary which is known as the foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana.