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Menorca family resorts and beaches are great, but there’s a lot more to do here – read on for some of my favourite activities on the island.
Menorca and its neighbouring islands haven’t always been the oases of calm that they are now. Find out more about their history of piracy.
The island’s flourishing floral residents have long attracted admiration, but perhaps none so much as the delicate and lovely orchid.
Situated at the crossroads of two continents, Menorca is uniquely positioned to enjoy a stunning range of exotic plant and animal life.
For a small town, Alaior knows how to throw a big party! Find out more about the fiesta season.
The island of Menorca holds a secret. Find out about the ancient structures that have the key to the island’s past.
Catalan, the co-official language of Menorca, is alive and well on the island – proof that although it may belong to Spain, its culture is entirely its own.
Menorcan culture is a patchwork of international influences, and these influences even extend to Menorca’s cuisine.
The warm seas that lap the shores of the island of Menorca are brimming with a bounty of delicious sea life. Here are some dishes you might find.