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Celebrate Life in Menorca, Balearic Islands

One of the jewels of the Mediterranean, Menorca is the second largest island of the Balearic Islands. Declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993, it is a must visit especially if you like exploring prehistoric monuments, a reflection of the rich history and culture of the island.  Aside from prehistoric monuments, the island has beautiful beaches and coves, cathedrals and churches, museums and galleries, and quaint neighborhoods and villages.

There are two ways to reach Menorca; you can take a ferry from Barcelona or  Mallorca; or fly directly to Menorca Airport which is serviced by a number of European carriers. From the airport, you can take a taxi or bus to Mao or Ciutadella, the two major towns of Menorca. Menorca is not a big island so you can rent a scooter and enjoy the sceneries of the island in a languid way, or if you only have a few days, you can opt for tours so you can see more of the island in a short time.

Your first stop in Menorca must be the Parc Natural S’Albufera d’es Grau, a protected natural reserve and a haven for a number species of wetland birds including kites and fish eagles. There are two signed trails where you can enjoy a walk and communing with nature. If you want to visualize how it was ages ago, you must visit Old Ciutadella, where cobbled stone alleys, whitewashed buildings, opulent palaces, beautiful 17th century churches, and a century old fish market will amaze you. Take a boat tour around the island and marvel at its beauty from the sea.

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