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Over a Hundred Beaches on Menorca

28th June 2012 • Posted in Announcements

Menorca is one of the Mediterranean’s quieter holiday islands, making it the perfect place for a relaxed summer break. It is famous for its spectacular religious ceremonies and festivals, as well summer fiestas and beach parties. 

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Visitors can choose between quiet fishing villages and bustling seaside resorts and the island has over 120 beaches, so you won’t be short of places to go. If you fancy exploring, there are many secluded spots where visitors can escape the crowds and unwind undisturbed. If you are looking to travel on a budget you will be pleased to know that cheap flights to Menorca are available with

Monuments and Local Food

The island’s dramatic coastline makes it a popular destination for sun, sea and sand. However, Menorca also has a rich, historical culture for visitors to uncover. The ancient monuments of Trepuco are a fascinating example of prehistoric megaliths, thought to represent burial monuments, tombs and statues of worship. 

Other cultural highlights include Santa Agueda Castle, where you can catch breathtaking seaviews and the magnificent gothic building of Menorca Cathedral. If you like to explore the city, Ciutadella port is one of the liveliest parts of the Menorcan capital. Wander along the seafront and watch the boats bobbing or spend a lazy afternoon exploring the city’s quaint shops and cafes. 

Since Menorca is famous for its seafood, you might like to end your day by having dinner at one of the port’s waterside restaurants where you can sample the island’s renowned lobster casserole.  

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