The beautiful island of Menorca is home to idyllic beaches and beautiful scenery dotted with ancient monuments. Menorca, though very popular has managed to remain relatively untouched by tourism, retaining its traditional look and feel. Immerse yourself in culture in the main city of Mahon with its grand old buildings and pretty squares. For a look at what life on the island is like for the locals, stroll along the quaint cobbled lanes of Ciutadella Old Town that date back to the 17th Century. In the evening Ciutadella’s trendy bars and restaurants make it a great place to stay for those seeking the party atmosphere. For something a little quainter, visit Binibèquer, a lovely little whitewashed fishing village built in the 1970s.
There’s plenty of opportunity to get active, both in the sea and on the land. Hire a kayak or paddleboard, or cycle along the beachfront. Menorca is relatively flat so treks and bike rides across the island are more relaxing than they are challenging.