Menorca has made the most of it 216km long coastline by offering some incredible water sports. From exploring rugged volcanic caves by Kayak, to diving in its deep water exploring shops wrecks to sailing around the island discovering hidden secluded beaches.
Menorca is known for its delicious tapas and the freshest seafood, vibrant bars and Michelin starred restaurants: you’re sure to fine an excellent range of cuisine to suite your tastes in Menorca. Try one of the islands specialities, from Lobster Stew to baked squid and octopus, pungent cheeses to spicy sobrassada sausages and wash it down with a tasteful local wine or glass of the famous Xoriguer gin. Discover more culinary delights and places to eat and drink on our food and drink pages.
The island has a varied calendar of events from the traditional Menorcan festival held during the summer months to sporting events to upcoming concerts and performances. Visit our what’s on guide for upcoming events.
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