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Menorca Sightseeing

Sightseeing


Ciutadella kicks off Menorca's fiesta season in June, with its annual celebrations in the name of St John. Even if you're not on the island for the patron saint's day (24th June), the street parties, decorations and concerts running up to it will help you get a sense of the fun.

Key Areas


For open air music, you couldn't pick better venues than two cloisters: Sant Francesc in Mahón and the Seminàri in Ciutadella. The two towns host music festivals from mid-July and invariably, the location is just as spectacular as the entertainment.


Want to brush the dust off your sailing skills? The shallow waters in the bay at Fornells are perfect for novice, or nervous, sailors to play around on a boat, windsurfing board or even try stand-up paddle.

Day Trips


Head off the beaten track and walk a section of Menorca's 186 km-long Camí de Cavalls perimeter path. It's well signposted and each section's graded by difficulty. Of the many sights on route, the salt pans at Mongofre are particularly striking.


Much of the island falls into a deep slumber in winter, which makes it a delight to explore on foot. The Parc Natural S'Albufera d'es Grau, a Unesco Biosphere Reserve, is a fine place for a stroll. Keep an eye out for birdlife (fish eagles, kites and the like) and Hermann's tortoises among the wetlands.

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