Menorca at first glance seems one of those little-sought-after destinations. And what a mistake it is to underestimate this little gem! The truth is that in a few days in this, the lesser known sister of Ibiza or Majorca, you can get to live experiences that mix pleasure, relaxation and beauty in one.
This article focuses on describing the essential steps to get the most out of your visit to this, one of the most beautiful of the Balearic Islands.
Menorca 101: How to get the most out of your stay!
The entrance to Menorca is generally made by water, arriving to the island by one of its ports. The first thing to know is that there are always shops focused on tourists (Gift shops) around these entrances. It is extremely important, especially if it is a visitor’s first time on the island, to buy one of those guides that contain maps and signs.
In general, it is often thought that Menorca is just a beautiful island with beaches, however, it is through one of these guides with all its signs that we can see that on this island there is much more to see and do than simply going to the beach.
Menorca is an especially good place to go diving as it has the clearest and warmest waters that can be found in the entire region, especially good to visit during hot summers.
Leaving behind that crystal clear water that makes it seem that the boats are floating or that people are not flying, we find different historical centers that are worth visiting in their different towns, distributed throughout the island.
A popular option among visitors is to rent cars on the island. Although there is a functional public transport system on the island, the freedom of being able to go anywhere in a short time, and without having to wait for specific times, is quite attractive for tourists. Searching options such as rent a car Menorca will give visitors the chance to find different options to suit their needs.
Menorca also has extremely popular options among visitors when it comes to gastronomy. Having to its culinary credit some of the best wine and cheese factories in the entire region, we can find different tours through these in which you can also taste local delicacies.
Fishing and local seafood are also some of the best options that can be found in Menorcan cities, having a culinary variety that reflects extraordinary creativity.