MENORCA, BEACH AND GASTRONOMY
This is the ideal destination for families who want to relax and and enjoy cultural visits around an island that has coves to rival those of the Caribbean. If you are going on a couple's holiday, Menorca will surprise you as well: there are some romantic spots where you can really get to know Spain. If you're still not convinced, come and discover the beaches this island has to offer and banish your doubts.
There are endless numbers of beaches and coves on the island of Menorca, with everyone who visits having their own, personal favourite. Turqueta Cove and Macarella Cove are famous for their clear, turquoise waters. Many of Menorca's beaches are just as beautiful as those found in the Caribbean. If it's a bit windy, La Vall Beach is your best option. Among other beaches available, you can find Santo Tomas, Cala Blanca and Son Saura.
The gastronomy is rich and varied, with particular highlights being Mahón cheese, mayonnaise, stuffed aubergines and pastissets or biscotti if you fancy something sweet. Gin Xoriguer is the region's most popular gin: it has been hand-made for the past century. Rose Liqueur is also known as a traditional drink at baptisms on the island.