New York - Menorca
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This mellow Mediterranean island is a rural delight, and often the low-key break that party revellers need after an intense couple of days at the big brother islands of Ibiza or Mallorca. Menorca is a fantastic destination for some well-needed rest and rejuvenation, and this tranquil getaway will have you feeling restored in no time. Book your flights to Menorca with Air Europa for the best deals from 16 cities throughout Europe. Our flights are reliable, punctual and comfortable. We pride ourselves on our impeccable flight record.
Things to Do in Menorca
- La Mola de Menorca: Visit the Fortress of Isabel II, a historic 19th century structure.
- Puerto de Ciudadela: Take a walk around this picturesque boardwalk and stop for lunch at the marina.
- Faro de Favaritx: Visit this beautiful spot and watch the sun set over this secluded lighthouse.
- Bodegas Binifadet: Tour this vineyard and enjoy a taste of the delicious wines.
- Monte Toro: Hike to the summit to see for miles around the island.
Where to Stay in Menorca
Cala Galdana is a popular resort among both families and couples, mostly because of its lively strip of shops and bars, excellent sandy beach and proximity to the airport. There are plenty of activities to keep the family busy here, including kayaking, snorkelling and a water park. In particular, Arenal d'en Castell is where most families head on their holiday to Menorca. Designed with families in mind, this resort is as child-friendly as possible. Couples or adults preferring a quieter atmosphere should consider somewhere a little more reserved, such as Ciudadela. This is a port city known for its laid-back feel and historic town centre. Another great option, the capital city Mahon is a thriving and lively place to spend a few days.
The Weather in Menorca
Menorca gets the best weather in June, July and August when the temperature is at its hottest and there’s the lowest chance of rain. However, May, September and October are also extremely good times to visit. The sun still shines most days, and rainy days are limited to short intervals. Winter months are significantly cooler and wetter, but that doesn’t detract from the beauty of the island.
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