- Two main towns of Mahon and Ciutadella are incredibly beautiful, with pastel-coloured lanes, medieval churches and houses, large piazzas and a wide selection of restaurants.
- Menorca has been a UNESCO Biosphere reserve since 1993, which means the island is full of natural beauty. S’Albufera des Grau is the largest natural reserve on the island and is a great spot for daytime activities, such as kayaking or hiking.
- With a coastline of over 136 miles, Menorca has more beaches than its other Balearic sisters, Majorca and Ibiza, combined. You could visit a different location each day!
- Menorca is a “slow” destination, which means you will never feel suffocated by crowds when exploring towns, or fighting over the best spot on a beach, or even having to make a dinner reservation.
- You will be amazed by the quality of Menorca’s food, and the island is your oyster if you are crazy for seafood! Funny fact – Menorca’s most iconic foods are…cheese and sausage. You will find many cheese farms dotted around the countryside.
- Looking for a perfect Instagram photo? El Toro has got you covered. The tallest hill rising to a height of 342 metres gives you a breath-taking view of the entire island and has a mini-version of Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer statue.
- If you are looking for a perfect spot to end the day, you’ve got to visit Cova d’en Xoroi bar. Located on the edge of sea-washed cliffs, this bar is a perfect spot to watch the sun kissing the sea. The place also has its own love story legend, but we’ll leave it to you to discover.
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