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Menorca is the most family-orientated, least overrun and most low-key of the Balearic Islands.
There are not only beaches to tempt the traveller but also a liberal sprinkling of reminders of its rich heritage, including beautiful buildings, charming villages and prehistoric sites.
Menorca Day and Night
A video made with some lovely pictures to promote our beaches, scenery, daytime activities, etc... and then also to promote our nightlive, events, parties, bars, pubs, and clubs
Menorca has something to offer to everyone from the ones that
just want to go to the beach and stay in at their hotel or villa, relax
and chill out, to the ones that love exploring the beaches and resorts,
and go out at night and stay up every night till dawn.
Why go on holiday to Menorca?
What should I do when I'm there?
Balearic beatsWhere's good for nightlife?
In Mao, the old town has bars and restaurants, and the waterfront road of Anden de Levante is lined with eateries with terraces overlooking the sea.
Ciutadella's port is also lined with restaurants; after dinner try the Sa Clau - a hip jazz and blues bar set inside the old city walls. The resort hotels run dances and events; most resort areas are also well- stocked with bars and restaurants.
What's the food like?
Restaurants in the Balearics tend to cater for the tourist market, so you'll have no problem finding standard British and French fare. Italian restaurants are particularly popular, especially Mao.
Try a meal of Spanish tapas, a selection of small dishes such as olives, albondigas (meat or fish balls), and calamar a la plancha (squid).
Spanish rice dishes like paella are popular, and the seafood is mostly excellent. Grilled sardines are a local favourite.
What should I buy?
The small town of Alaior is home to the local cheese and shoe industries. Cheeses from the Quesos Coinga factory are sold all over Minorca, but there's a tasting and sales room in front of the factory.
A small craft market is held in front of the church of Santa Eulalia on Saturday morning. One type of shoe is peculiar to Menorca - the sole is made of recycled car tyre.
The Saturday market at Ferreries sells traditional arts and crafts, as well as fresh produce. Pottery and jewellery are also good buys.
What is there for children to do?
Menorca is made for kids who enjoy sea and sand. Slap the sun cream on and let them have fun. Many resort hotels have kids' facilities and clubs, which will take them off your hands for hours during the day, Check with your hotel or tour operator.
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