The Balearic Island of Menorca is truly a jewel in the Mediterranean. It is the smallest of the Spanish islands in the Mediterranean and offers its visitors a breathtaking nature. The Balearic Island of Menorca is truly a jewel in the Mediterranean. It is the smallest of the Spanish islands in the Mediterranean and offers its visitors a breathtaking nature. While the island on the same mass of beautiful beaches like his two big Island neighbors may be proud, Menorca evolved as well. You can part have at this beauty of nature on the island if you visit Menorca and live in a beautiful Menorca hotel or a Menorca apartment. As is the case in most of the Islands in the Mediterranean, also Menorca has a very historich eventful past. A collection of megalithic stone monuments indicates the evidence for a prehistoric human influence through several different civilizations that have claimed this beautiful island.
Both the inhabitants of ancient Crete have influenced, the early inhabitants of the island of Menorca both the Romans and Iberians. During the 16th century, Turkish warships greatly weakened the island. Particularly affected were the cities there Mao and Ciutadella. The British demanded the island to 1708 during the war of the Spanish succession. In this turbulent century, the English King declared the island of Minorca to the ownership of the English Kingdom. The British influence in the architecture can be found on the island still. Despite the modern culture, the island has still its traditional characteristics.
The people here are very hospitable and they have a passion for summer festivals. Several Menorca accommodation invite tourists to visit. The black horses of the island and their riders parading to the summer festivals often through the city. This gives visitors a unique insight into the tradition on the island which is exercised for centuries. “Music Festival on the island attract visitors, such as for example the Opera week in Mao or the summer music festival” and the Capella Davidica concerts in Ciutadella. The island offers its visitors numerous museums of cultural significance. The Museo de Menorca and the Museo Hernandez Sanz in Mao or also the Museo de la Natura in Ferreries are worth mentioning here. Of course, the beauty of the nature of the island is its biggest attraction. There are numerous picturesque beaches, which you can enjoy. Also for snorkeling and diving, the island belongs to one of the most beautiful places of the Mediterranean. To broaden your perception, visit rusty holzer. Along the beach, you will find numerous Menorca hotels which can guarantee you immediate vicinity to the beach. Menorca is truly a gem of the Balearic Islands which has to offer something for everyone. One of his great traits is the relaxed atmosphere, which can be found only on the island. A holiday on Menorca is worthwhile in any case!