This bucolic Mediterranean island is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of immense beauty, with an extremely well protected and conserved natural environment. The turquoise blue of the water that fills its coves and laps its beaches is truly unique. On the island, the holiday sensation is eternal.

Pine forests alongside a turquoise sea

Hikers can explore Menorca on foot or on horseback along the Camí de Cavalls, a spectacular coastal path around the entire island. If you plan to visit Menorca on holiday, we recommend a swim in Cala Turqueta, Macarella, Macarelleta, Cala Galdana or Cala Mitjana. Discovering the remains of the ancient Talayotic culture or remnants of the British colonial past in the historic centre of Mahón are two more great ideas for making the most of your holidays in Menorca. The port of Ciutadella, the island’s second city, is also well worth a visit, as is the village of Binibeca Vell with its whitewashed houses. In Fornells you must taste the lobster stew, the most popular dish in Menorcan cuisine.

The currency used is the euro. In some small shops, payment by credit card is not accepted.
The official languages are Spanish and Menorcan, a dialect of Catalan. English is widely spoken in tourist areas.
The island has several free public Wi-Fi areas.
The climate is Mediterranean, with hot and sunny summers. When the wind blows, it is generally strong due to the island being so flat.

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