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This island is often overlooked by Brits who choose the better-known destinations of Ibiza or Mallorca. But this beautiful island has more beaches than its more famous sisters combined...

Beautiful Beaches

The white and golden sand bays that punctuate Menorca's 216km coastline are among the loveliest in the Mediterranean.

Island Interior

Inland, the island remains distinctly rural, with dry-stone walls criss-crossing fields and rolling hills between whitewashed villages.

Parc Natural

In 1993, Unesco declared Menorca a Biosphere Reserve, aiming to preserve environmental areas, such as the Parc Natural S’Albufera des Grau wetlands, and its liberal sprinkling of mysterious Bronze Age sites.



It’s not a party island – but if you’re looking for a relaxing holiday in the sun in stunning surroundings, with opportunities to explore far from the madding crowd, Menorca could be just the place for you.


If you’re partial to the odd G&T, visit the Xoriguer Gin Distillery. They’ve been brewing gin in Menorca since the 18th century to keep visiting British sailors happy!

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