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Holidays in Menorca

With its great weather and varied landscape, Menorca: the second largest Balearic Island is a great place for your much needed holiday. Much quieter than its neighbour Majorca, Menorca offers a relaxed atmosphere and a laid back vibe. The north of the island is rugged, with rocky coves and stunning backdrops whilst the southern part of the island features long expanses of sandy beach, perfect for a day spent with your toes in the sand and your head in a book. 


Menorca - Attractions

The island of Menorca features many entertainment options suitable for visitors of all ages and tastes. The beaches come complete with a number of water sports, including windsurfing which is a favourite in Menorca. Even if you don’t want to take part you can certainly enjoy watching those who do! Diving is another favoured pastime in Menorca and whether you choose the snorkelling or scuba you’ll certainly be impressed by your time under the sea. For more land based activities the usual entertainment options are available in Menorca, including golf, cycling and sightseeing, whilst more exciting pursuits can be found in the form of horse riding and two water parks which are found in Ciutadella. Both water parks feature varied rides, slides and chutes which are perfect for visitors of all ages and bravery levels. As with all holidays food is an important part of your stay in Menorca. As expected a lot of the menu contains fresh fish of the day, especially Lobster which is a Menorcan speciality.


Menorca - Resort Guides

Cala N Bosch, with its sparkling marina is a popular holiday destination for those travelling to Menorca. During the day much of the activity is based on the beaches where a number of water sports can be found, whilst restaurants and cafes are locate nearby for those feeling a little peckish. The marina is a great place to spend an afternoon, admiring the beautiful yachts and maybe guessing their prices! As the sun goes down the marina turns into a thriving market with henna tattoos, hair braiding and locally made souvenirs, perfect for those who got left at home. The evenings are not lively here, though a few bars can be found for a quiet drink and the restaurants are ready to offer a warm welcome and some tasty cuisine.

Cala N Forcat is one of the most popular resorts in Menorca, which is great for families but also caters to couples with a few lively bars and even a disco. During the day the activity centres around the beach with its selection of water sports. A nearby water par offers the usual thrills and spills whilst trampolining and golf is provided for those who would like to remain on dry land. As dusk approaches, visitors can enjoy a tasty meal in one of the restaurants and head over to one of the bars for a nightcap.  

Cala Galdena in southern Menorca is a relaxing resort suitable for guests of all ages and tastes. For those with children to keep entertained there is a water park and a zoo, perfect for a family day out. If that all sounds like too much effort then the beach in Cala Galdena is widely considered the best in all of Menorca with gently shelving sand and beautifully calm waters. The evenings in Cala Galdena are quiet and relaxing, perfect for uninterrupted sleep. Before you hit the hay for the night walk to one of the bars in this idyllic resort and enjoy a nightcap. 

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