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Family-friendly resorts, lush green mountains, secluded coves and undoubtedly Spain’s best beaches; if it’s rest and relaxation you’re after then Menorca is just the ticket.  It might not be as famous as its noisier Balearic sisters Majorca and Ibiza, but Menorca packs just as big a punch in the perfect holiday destination stakes. For one thing it has more beaches than the two of them put together.  If you like your sand fine, your waters crystal clear and warm and some beautiful deserted coves, bays and rocky inlets, then this is the place for you. Menorca really is beach heaven! Tempted yet? Well you will be when we tell you that the island has also remained relatively untouched by tourism despite tempting thousands of visitors back year after year. You don’t get any neon lit high-rises here.

Menorca is a slice of traditional Spain at its best and once you’ve veered away from those beaches, if you can, you’ll find another world completely. One of small hillside villages and rolling countryside complete with smatterings of ancient Talayotic and Roman ruins – perfect walking country, if you’re up for it. Or how about visiting the dunes and wetlands of the UNESCO bioreserve of S’Albufera d’Es Grau that stretches 8 kilometres along Menorca’s east coast? 

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January 2017
You could easily linger for a day in the beautiful city of Ciutadella, Menorca's former capital. There's a pretty port, a mazy historic centre and a 14th-century Catalan-Gothic cathedral to explore, as well as a liberal sprinkling of fine restaurants.

April 2017
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.

July 2017
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.

July 2017
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.

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