Menorca is one of the islands that make up the Balearic archipelago and one of the main tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. It was declared a Biosphere Reserve on October 8, 1993.
Menorca is one of the favorite destinations for outdoor sports and nature lovers Its setting, carefully preserved, offers visitors a number of hiking and cycling routes, both on the coastline and inland.
The coast of Menorca is perfect for water sports, such as kayaking, snorkeling, sailing, boat trips. Its two main towns are Mahon (the capital of the island) and Ciudadela.
One of the main attractions in Menorca is it’s exceptional cuisine, with famous local products like Mahon cheese, gin or lobster stew. The island offers a wide range of dining and nightlife.
Menorca’s famous place of interest are the Talayotic monuments, characterized by their megalithic constructions and original features such as the taulas. Other interesting monuments are the La Mola Fortress , Fort Malborough, or Monte Toro.