Holidays to S'Algar
A handful of hotels and villas line the waterfront that makes up the sleepy town of S’Algar. The whitewashed town is perfect for peace and quiet and it has managed to keep its traditional fishing village roots. The sandy beaches and clear waters create some of the best diving spots in Menorca. If you start yearning for brighter lights, the island's capital of Mahon is close by offering culture and livelier nightlife.
Pretty Cala Alcaufar is a long inlet lined with fishermen's cottages, it's ideal for children who can play safely here.
A stunning wild cove with old tomb caves carved into the cliffs. The beach is in a secluded area with no facilities.
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.
Lunch on the beach
The perfect beach lunch - bocadillos are crusty baguettes often served 'con tomate' - with tomatoes, oil and garlic.
Meatballs to savour
You can't go far with out finding albondigas on the menu - meatballs usually served in a spicy sauce.
Dinky Bar Lounge
From Hip Hop sessions to 80s parties there’s nightly entertainment here. Or relax and sip a cocktail on the terrace.
This bar and restaurant has a great selection of wines and beers and is very family friendly.
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