Holidays to Ciudadela
Ciudadela mixes historical buildings with modern nightlife. 17th century buildings line its pedestrianized Old Town - the perfect spot for browsing shops, drinking coffee and enjoying local food. Along the front is the port and waterfront, with a number of places to eat and relax. While it doesn’t have its own beaches, locals often like to enjoy a dip from the one of its rocky inlets or will travel a few miles to one of the larger resorts.
Cala en Blanes
A small sandy beach just up the road from the centre of town. Small bars and restaurants on hand with food and music.
Cala en Forcat
A deep inlet with a small section of beach. With some nice restaurants and bars, it’s popular and fills up quickly.
Visit these pyramid-shaped stone Bronze Age monuments which are thought to have been used for defensive purposes.
A collection of megalithic stone monuments, their purpose is unknown, but they are the work of prehistoric humans.
San Juan Fiesta
The San Juan Festival takes place in the summer, and involves 100 Menorca-bred horses riding through the streets.
Shopping in Mahon
If you're in the mood to shop, head to Mahon, home to plenty of quaint shops that sell all manner of things.
Off the beaten track
Head into the countryside to discover local Menorcan restaurants. Many are tucked away in converted farms.
Puerto de Ciudadela
The port is a great spot for a meal. Full of bars and restaurants, it becomes a focus for the evening's activities.
Glop de Vi
For a great glass of wine before your night out, head to this restaurant/bar. Tapas is often served with your drink.
The Old Town
Wandering through the Old Town you'll discover several gems from tapas joints to restaurants serving great local food.
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