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‘Menorca is a hidden gem with lush landscapes and deserted beaches waiting for you to explore.’ CondeNast Traveller.

Without a doubt there is something magical about flying to an island; soaring over bright blue waters with a bird’s eye view of majestic cliffs and the hidden coves just waiting to be explored.


The beautiful Balearic island of Menorca is a place of calm and charm, with enchanting landscapes, turquoise seas and deserted beaches, many of which can only be reached by boat or on foot. The influx of mass tourism to her sister islands has passed Menorca by, much to the benefit of visitors seeking a more relaxed, refined and ruggedly unspoiled holiday island and an altogether slower pace of life.


Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993, Menorca is protected against the high-rise developments which have run riot on neighbouring islands. Instead, the island is home to untouched coastlines and relaxed, rugged countryside, crisscrossed with deep gorges, where you can find some of the rarest flowers in Europe.

July will see the opening of a brand new art gallery and restaurant on the Isla del Ray in Mahon Harbour. This exciting new venture by Hauser & Wirth Art Galleries will certainly be worth visiting. 


Take a look at what CondeNast travel writers have said about Menorca and plan your most memorable holiday on this stunning, tranquil island.

Why Menorca is The Best Balearic Island - Conde Naste Traveller:


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