14 Jul
View from Monte Toro

The Spanish love their legends. It doesn’t matter if they are founded in any facts or not. Menorca’s Monte Toro boasts a great legend that has given the local populous an excuse to parade and fiesta ever since the legend materialised, in the streets of nearby Es Mercadal.


24 May
Ciutadella, Menorca

Menorca holds a strategic position in the Mediterranean; it has been a constant stop off point for trade in this part of the world for centuries, stretching right back to the first Bronze Age settlers. Subsequent generations have built stone structures, burial chambers, standing stones in the Talaiotic period, and settlements of all types scattered over the island.


25 Jan

With sunny beaches, swathes of family-friendly activities and friendly locals, Spain’s Balearic Islands have long been a favourite destination for families, and with year-round sunshine and mild temperatures, the likes of Mallorca and Menorca, are a great choice of destination to escape the late-winter British chill in the February half term.


06 Jan
Ciutadella de Menorca

In 1993 Menorca was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, mainly due to the island’s exceptional environment. The island displays typical Mediterranean characteristics, including gorges, dense woodland, sand dune systems, wet grass and marshlands, and superb soil that fosters growth from wild herbs, mushrooms, fruit trees and a variety of native flora.


23 Nov

Ciutadella is the old capital of Menorca, dating back to 73 AD when it was called Roman Lamo. It has a beautiful port and historic quarter, known as Es Born, an area interwoven with medieval streets lined with palaces, churches and a fortress. In the Middle Ages, Ciutadella was the political and administrative centre of all the islands, until the 18th century when it was transferred to Mahón.