Overlooked by many, but really the gem of the Balearic Islands, Menorca is a hub of bustling beaches and secluded coves; you can pretty much find any type of sandy escape on this small but larger than life island. In order to make the most out of your time away it’s advisable to go all inclusive, this way you can budget and plan your time around having meals prepared, as well as a range of activities for your attention’s disposal. Menorca all inclusive will allow you to be definitive about the amount of money you’re spending on the essentials, so they’ll be no oversights when indulging in the fineries that litter this spectacular little island.
With more beaches than both Ibiza and Majorca combined, it’s no wonder why so many flock to Menorca when it comes to picking up a sun-kissed tan. With an array of beaches to choose from, you can get involved in water sports, keep to yourself in secluded bliss or have a mixture of the two in an ever abundant line up of Europe’s top beaches. Unlike Majorca, there’s fewer party resorts along the coasts to really let loose on, but with stunning scenery eclipsing isolated havens, as it does at Binidali Beach, you can be sure to find solace on the sandy shores. While enjoying your Menorca all inclusive break, make sure you head to Playa de Fornells; easy access to the beaches is a given here, making for an effortless excursion away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life towards tranquil serenity.
Explorers will be well suited to a Menorca all inclusive holiday, after eating an ample portion of whatever your palate pleads for, setting off around ancient ruins and stone monuments has never been so easy and energy-filled! As you make your way around Menorca you might be interested to know a little more about nevetas, stone structures that look much like an upturned boat, you won’t miss them! In fact these are tombs which date all of the way back to the Bronze Age, a quaint slice of history on this little island, and the best of which is the Naveta des Tudons, situated east of Ciutadella – a must for any history buffs out there. Elsewhere you’ll find scattered stones across the varied landscape, all from a forgotten time but eternally intriguing.
The best shops and shopping centres lie around Ciutadella and Mahon, one either side of the island, but you’ll find a number of summer markets elsewhere on the island for anyone seeking locally sourced foods and items. Some of the more niche markets around the island can be found in Mercadal and Ferreries, showcasing alluring artisans, crafts clothes and leather goods, these markets are a must for anyone looking to engross themselves in the Menorcan culture. In Mahon you will enjoy boutique treats, affordable shoes and unique fashions for that individual look everyone’s going for these days. Menorca all inclusive will let you save money for when you need it most – shopping!