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Menorca
The Mediterranean Pearl
Menorca
On horseback between the sea and the caves, relics from bygone ages
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A town that looks like it’s taken from a postcard
Binibeca
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Legend and history dipped by the sea
Cova d´en Xoroi
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A walk through the old capital of Menorca
Ciutadella
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Language

Spanish, 4 regional co-official languages

Currency

Euro (€) (EUR)

Time zone

CET (UTC+1), WET (UTC) Summer: CEST (UTC+2), WEST (UTC+1) Note: Spain observes CET/CEST, except theCanary Islands which observe WET/WEST

Phone code

+34

National holidays

1 January: New Year

6 January: Epiphany

19 March: St. Joseph’s Day

March / April: Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Monday

1 May: Labour Day

5 May: Cinco de Mayo (The Day of the Battle of Puebla)

15 August: Assumption

1 November: All Saints Day

6 December: Constitution Day

8 December: Immaculate Conception

25 December: Christmas Day

26 December: St. Stephen’s Day

The peaceful island of Menorca, the second largest in the Balearic Islands, cultivates a respect for the environment and sustainable development rivalled by few other tourist destinations. This is why it was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993. The natural wealth and preservation of its landscapes and its inviting coves with their crystalline waters coexist to perfection with a leisure and tourism offering that integrates with its idyllic natural setting. Menorca also offers visitors a wealth of prehistoric remains to discover, such as talayots and navetas, as well as a range of cultural events and festive highlights such as those venerating the horse, including the popular Sant Joan festival. The highlights of local cuisine include cheeses and lobster stew. The island is flanked on the east and west by its two main cities: Mahon, the administrative capital with its essence of a bygone English era and charming harbour area, and Ciutadella, the former capital of the island and aristocratic home of two 19th century palaces

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