The second largest of the Balearic Islands, Menorca is seldom visited and represents a striking departure from the tourist-saturated islands of Ibiza and Mallorca.
Menorca is the place to discover quiet rural backwaters and secluded beaches. It also offers a wealth of prehistoric ruins dating from the Cave through to the Iron Age.
Most ferries arrive at Maó - a small town on the east coast with a distinct British heritage. Ciutadella on the island's west coast is the other major town with a much more Spainish feel it to.
Plaça de s'Esplanada 40, Maó
Tel (971) 36 37 90
Plaça d'es Born, Ciutadella
Tel (971) 38 26 93
Finca Sa Vinyeta Camí Rafal de Compte s/n, Ciutadella de Menorca
Tel 971 487 763