your Menorca timeshare opens you up to many other sites, including ancient standing stones, fortresses and historic downtowns along with first-class restaurants.
Cala Galdana is a beautiful crystal blue bay that is considered one of the best beaches on the island. The water is calm and shallow, so it is a great place for families with children. A fascinating place to spend the evening and watch the sunset is the Cova d’en Xoroi. A bar that is built into the side of the cliffs of Cala en Porte.
Ciutadella Old Town is the ancient capital of the island. It has an Old Town with picturesque buildings, attractive plazas and cobbled streets. For the adventurous, the three-hour hike to the top of El Toro is worth the effort. You will see the 13th-century church with a huge statue of Jesus and spectacular views of the island and ocean. You can also drive to the top.
History aficionados will enjoy a tour of the Museo de Menorca where there are exhibits of archaeological items as well as items from the Byzantine, Roman and Islamic eras. If you prefer outdoor recreation the S’Albufera des Grau Nature Reserve in more than 50 square kilometers of marshland, forest, cliffs and dunes. It has five small islands and is home to hundreds of species of birds, flowers and other wildlife.
Ancient history is well represented in the 10,000-year old ruins of Torralba d’en Salord. You will see Bronze Age megaliths, caves and amazing pillared buildings. It was used during the Middle Ages but is considered much older. Not historical but fascinating none the less is Binibeca Vell a purposefully constructed vintage fishing village built in Moorish style with narrow streets, cobblestone lanes and Sa Musclera restaurant with a cozy bar and great food.
There is much more to see and do on this small island and the best way to take a holiday is in a Menorca timeshare.