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We Recommend: the Cathedral of Ciutadella de Menorca

You might be most familiar with Menorca as a place of endless sand and sunshine, a tiny slice of heaven in the middle of the Mediterranean.

Local Regions: Ciutadella

Many of our clients choose to rent a villa in Menorca because they want the space, time and ability to completely relax away from the stresses of the world.

Local Regions: Ferreries

From the crescent beach of Cala Galdana to the red-tile roofs of Ferreries, this region encompasses almost everything for which Menorca is famous.

Local Regions: Es Migjorn Gran

The area around Es Migjorn Gran, stretching from the village itself to the resort of Santo Tomas, is a quiet retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

We Recommend: Castillo de San Felip

Situated at a continental crossroads in the middle of the Mediterranean, Menorca has seen more history than you’d expect for such a tiny island. Come along and discover more.

We Recommend: the Anglican Church of Santa Margarita

If you’re familiar with the religious and historical background of Spain and the Balearics, you know that this country is home to a strong Roman Catholic tradition.

Seasonal Changes: Menorca’s Climate

With its desirable location in the Mediterranean Sea off eastern Spain, Menorca has a climate that will delight visiting Britons. Learn more with the help of this blog post.

Menorca by Night: Bars and Venues

Menorca is famous for its laid-back vibe and stunning natural scenery; this doesn’t mean, however, that visitors will be left twiddling their thumbs in their villas as soon as the sun goes down.

When in Menorca, Do as the Romans Do

The island of Menorca has been conquered by literally dozens of invaders from all over the northern hemisphere in the past two and a half millennia.

Walking the Camí de Cavalls

The ancient path that traverses the entire circumference of the island of Menorca is one of its greatest assets, and perfect for nature loving travellers.