Sights

It is a picturesque island that amazes many with the splendour of its blue beaches, its hilly landscapes and emerald valleys. Menorca is often called the open-air museum because of the large number of curiosities. The largest city on the island, Mahon, has many, close to each other valuable historical monuments and architecture.

Those interested in walking tours can go to the city of Ciutadella. Here is almost no traffic, citizens and travelers can walk or cycle through the old streets. The main curiosity is the Olivas Palace, located on a square.

 

Leisure, attractions, recreation

Menorca is the best destination for outdoor lovers. The best part of the island for hiking is the center with a mix of green, picturesque meadows and stone deserts. The contrast of stones and vegetation is a beautiful décor during an excursion on this part of the island. During the excursions, tourists will find plenty of exotic plants and flowers. A variety of unique herbs and shrubs grows on Menorca.

Many tourists feel attracted to the island of Menorca with the cleanest beaches, as this destination has more than 120 coastal recreational points. Some parts of the coast are only accessible by the sea. The beaches of Cala Galdana and Cala Anna are very popular among holidaymakers.

More private and secluded beaches are located in the northern part of the island, because the sea is quite quiet there. This is the most important feature that makes the area perfect, even for comfortable recreation with children.

The village of Fornells is very important for anglers.

Lovers of modern entertainment must visit the town of Alaior on the island, as it is home to the largest and most popular entertainment complex bowling Son Bou. If you want to ride a horse, you must visit the Equestrian Center near the tourist Information centre.

Traditions, Festivals

Menorca is often called the island of Fire and wind. A visit to Menorca during one of the many festivals is a good idea. Exciting and festive festivities are held almost every month.

Each ethnic festival is accompanied by local knights on horseback, as horses are the main symbol of the island. For many centuries, families in Menorca have dedicated themselves to breeding horses. This knowledge is passed on from generation to generation. Horse breeding, for many local families, is still the main activity in life.