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Menorca Travel Guide Spain

Menorca Travel, Spain: Tourism Information

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Menorca Travel, Spain. Tourism Information. The 2nd largest of the Balearics group Menorca is one of the most unspoiled islands of the Mediterranean. Its pristine coastline, with more than 80 beaches, the lovely rolling hills of the interior, and its temperate climate with summer temperatures rarely more than 28 degrees make the island a perfect holiday destination for those who want more than just sun and sea. This guide will show you how to find the best places to stay, from lovely family run rural hotels set in their own grounds, to self catering apartments in the small resorts along the island’s coast. It will help find the most suitable beaches for you, your family and your friends, from nearly three miles of pristine white sand at the resort town of Son Bou to the hidden secluded coves and inlets where even in the height of the season beaches are never crowded. With pristine sea and nature (the island was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993) Menorca is a perfect place for activity holidays, from sailing, sea kayaking and scuba diving, to walking and cycling. The newly reopened Camí de Cavalls is an ancient bridle path which mostly extends right around the island’s coastline. A former coastguard and smugglers’ path, the Cami is now a well signposted trail for walkers, horse riders and off road cyclists which is the perfect way to explore the hidden gems of the coast. The guide will point your way to the best places and the best time of year to go. For nature lovers there are numerous protected areas, a marine reserve, and natural parks where many of the island’s endemic flora and fauna can be seen. With a rich and varied birdlife, from the resident Egyptian vulture with its two metre wing span, to the osprey and booted eagle, plus numerous migrating visitors during the spring and autumn, Menorca is a Mecca for birdwatchers