Holiday travelers shouldn’t miss the beauty of Menorca, Spain. With white sandy beaches, scenic trails, historic fascinations like the prehistoric megalithic stone monuments, there’s alway tons of things to do in Menorca.
There are many types of excursions to choose from when you are on holiday in Menorca. One of the best options is spending the day at the Aqua Rock Water Park. The park features tub rides, a wave machine, a karting track, and kiddie pools with smaller slides. Bring the whole family because theirs is something for everyone in this prime holiday attraction.
Another adventure to undertake is mountain biking. There are more than 3,000 biking trails in Menorca for bikers of all levels of experience and expertise. You can find both paved and unpaved trails, and even a 200 kilometer trail that goes all the way around the island.
If you like swimming or lounging on one of the amazing Menorca beaches, there are several to choose from. Some of these include Punta Prima in the east and Binibequer in the south, to name two of the most popular beaches to explore.
If you love venturing into caves, head to Cales Coves where there is a small beach and caves to explore. Cales Coves is highly rated for snorkeling as well.
Don’t forget the island’s nightlife fun featuring the live music and entertainment in the bars and clubs. Most nightlife venues stay open until the early morning hours. Some have dance floors or discotheques, and you can even find several casinos around the island to try your luck in.
Menorca has a Mediterranean climate which features hot and long summers, and short and mild winter seasons. There are more than 300 days of sun on average, so bring your sunscreen and sunglasses when you visit the island.
Menorca has several summer festivals in July and August. There are also various horse shows between June to September. The most famous fest in the island is the Feste de Sant Joan which is held in June.
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