Janet Coles, our Field Advisor, loves Menorca describing it as “Spain’s Isles of Scilly”. Here is why:
This tranquil island is the perfect location for gentle walks along miles of peaceful, uninhabited coastline taking in the wonderful, white sandy beaches and turquoise seas.
Walkers can now enjoy the historic Cami Cavalls path which was recently opened to the public. The path goes round the Menorca coastline boasting stunning coastal scenery. Our guided walks follow sections of the path, taking you through meadows of beautiful flowers and interesting birdlife.
Menorca is not just a walking holiday island. There is some fascinating archaeology to see around the island. The capital city, Mahon, has many historic buildings of interest including the town center, built in 1631 and the church of Santa Maria, which is 200 years old and home to a great organ with over 3000 pipes.
Ciutadella, the former capital of Menorca, was the island’s religious center with many Italian-style civil and religious buildings. The port of Ciutadella, a tourist area with its pier and range of restaurants, makes for a fantastic day of sightseeing.
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