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Direct Holidays to Menorca

The second largest and most north eastern of the Balearic Islands, Menorca differs from the other islands in both climate and landscape. Menorca is an island of contrasts and colours, boasts miles of rugged coastline leading to more than one hundred beaches and secluded sandy bays, beautiful crescent coves, rugged cliffs, pine trees, archaeological sites and two main towns overlooking beautiful and natural harbours, all of which combine to offer an interesting and relaxing holiday destination. You will also discover excellent watersports, great food and charming attractions. Take time to explore Ciudadela, the original capital, which retains an aura of grandeur and aristocracy and has a picturesque port. Also Mahon the capital overlooks a magnificent harbour and is a hive of activity, both on land and sea. Take a boat trip or visit one of the many boutiques and craft shops on the quayside. Restaurants and bars provide a lively atmosphere. It’s a tranquil unspoilt island where the peace of life is leisurely, and visitors come for peace and quiet, the pull of the Mediterranean, wonderful scenery and a welcoming family atmosphere.



Two words sum up Menorca better than any others – ‘calm’ and ‘charming’. 7 or 14 night holidays available
Departures from 6 May until 17 June 2017.

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  1. Mahon – in the 18th century, Menorca’s capital was hot property. It has one of the deepest natural harbours in the world, so all the superpowers of the day wanted in on it. No wonder Nelson made it the base for the British fleet.
  2. Ciudadela – this city is the Audrey Hepburn of the Balearics – it’s stylish, dignified and has a dash of old-world glamour.
  3. Monte Toro – if you can brave the hairpin bends that zigzag up to Menorca’s highest peak, you’re in for a nice surprise – and we don’t just mean the views.
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