Minorca, a paradise island.
The feet delicately sunk in the soft white sand of a paradise island, eyes turned towards the turquoise and transparent sea, gaping in front of this sublime and verdant landscape.
Quieter than Mallorca and Ibiza, Menorca is the second island of the Balearic Islands.
The island being small, it will take you one hour by bus to cross it in full, the way of the horses (Camí de cavalls) allows you to walk to the ends of the island, from Ciutadella to Mahon, it gives you access to the most difficultly accessible beaches, the Southern beaches are more paradisiacal than those in the north. It is a panorama worthy of a postcard that offers you these beautiful beaches like the Playa De Son Bou, Cala Turqueta, Cala Macarelleta.
Because a trip is nothing without an exploration, go and discover the surroundings.
Visit the most beautiful city on the island, Ciutadella with its harbor and its few spoke around, shop on its shopping street, stroll on the market of the pier and eat in one of its restaurants to finish the day well. Let yourself be guided by the “Camí de Cavalls” to cross the alleys of the villages and towns of the island and not to miss any of its beaches and coves, passing through Torre Galmes with its ancient ruins, Monte Toro and its beautiful fixtures and by museums Comm E The Museo de Menorca. Discover the Natural Park of Albufera des Grau, located in the northeast of the island with its marshes and lagoons. End With Mahon, the capital of the island with the largest natural port of the Mediterranean.