MENORCA

If you are looking for peace and tranquillity, you are undoubtedly in the right place. Menorca, one of the Balearic Islands, will give you beautiful days lying in the sun, swimming in Caribbean waters, walking in the evening along the harbor, dining in a typical restaurant, or drinking a refreshing beer on the waterfront. Visit it at least once, and we’re sure you’ll look forward to coming back.

MENORCA IDENTITY CARD     

Menorca is one of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea, belonging to Spain. The best time to go to the island is during summer (approximately from June to September); in that period, you will enjoy the enchanting beaches that Menorca offers. We give you a little hint: if you are looking for relaxing and peaceful days, we can recommend visiting Menorca during the spring months. From April to June, the climate is mild, and there are few people around so you can enjoy the island at its fullest.  

MENORCA IDENTITY CARD   

Carta Geografica con puntina che indica l'isola Minorca

Menorca is one of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea, belonging to Spain. The best time to go to the island is during summer (approximately from June to September); in that period, you will enjoy the enchanting beaches that Menorca offers. We give you a little hint: if you are looking for relaxing and peaceful days, we can recommend visiting Menorca during the spring months. From April to June, the climate is mild, and there are few people around so you can enjoy the island at its fullest. 

HOW TO REACH MENORCA       

The airport is located in the capital city of Mahon, on the East side of the island. Lufthansa, Neos, Volotea, Vueling, Iberia are just a few airlines that connect Menorca with the main European capitals. Also, several ferry companies link mainland Spain (mostly Barcelona) and Menorca such as Acciona-Trasmediterránea o Baleària Eurolínaes Marítimas.   

WHAT TO EAT IN MENORCA      

Food, drinks and relax, what’s best? Menorca has it all. Once in Menorca, you must taste the Queso de Mahon, the delicious cow’s milk cheese of Mahón accompanied by one of the elegant Menorcan’s wines. Of course, the typical cuisine is dominated by seafood, especially the Caldereta de langosta, a delicious and tasty lobster stew served on fine slices of toast. Last but not least, you can’t miss the opportunity to taste the king of Menorca; of course, we are talking about the Gin of Maó (Gin Xoriguer), an explosion of flavors. It is still produced from a secret recipe flavored with local juniper berries in the traditional way using copper stills.        

WHAT TO EAT IN MENORCA   

Food, drinks and relax, what’s best? Menorca has it all. Once in Menorca, you must taste the Queso de Mahon, the delicious cow’s milk cheese of Mahón accompanied by one of the elegant Menorcan’s wines. Of course, the typical cuisine is dominated by seafood, especially the Caldereta de langosta, a delicious and tasty lobster stew served on fine slices of toast. Last but not least, you can’t miss the opportunity to taste the king of Menorca; of course, we are talking about the Gin of Maó (Gin Xoriguer), an explosion of flavors. It is still produced from a secret recipe flavored with local juniper berries in the traditional way using copper stills.      

WHAT TO DO IN MENORCA      

Menorca’s fiestas are a blaze of traditions, happiness, and energy! The most popular one is the Sant Joan festival, celebrated in Ciutadella on the 23rd and 24th of July. One of the highlights of this day is the Jocs des Pla. These medieval equestrian events occur at dusk, where riders display their prowess in tests of their skills such as spearing rings with a lance or galloping along in parallel, trying to destroy a shield decorated with a mask. During summer months, there are many other fiestas around the island. We also suggest you visit the typical daily weekly markets and the enchanting and traditional night seasonal markets. 

  

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