There are so many wonderful things to do in Menorca that are specific to the island. To help you get the most from your holiday, here is the Menorca-Live Top Ten List of ‘Must Do' Activities when in Menorca. 1. Take a trip around Mahón's Harbour A trip around Maó - Mahón's Harbour costs around 11 €See Máo from the water and enjoy tour
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Artisans market on Mondays and Fridays, mid June to mid September, from 10.00 to 19.00 hours at Plaça Rotxina and the steps in Parc Rochina that link the port with the town above, selling Menorcan handcrafted goods, gifts and jewellery.Farmers organic produce market on Sundays, April to November, from 10.00 to 14.00 hours in Plaça
2012 was a year of extremes, when in February Menorca experienced snow on two occasions and its lowest average temperatures for 40 years with Ciutadella reaching a historic low of 0.9 degrees. It was also the warmest August on record with average temperatures two degrees higher than normal, making it the second hottest August since 1971. Following
Around the resorts during the summer months there will always be regular live music and entertainment, mainly provided by late night bars and clubs with many staying open until well into the early hours. The principal towns of Máo and Ciutadella offer the greatest choice and some of the best live entertainment nightspots, with stylish piano and
The reorganisation of the churches and parishes of Menorca by King Jaime II of Mallorca in the late XIII century included that of St John the Baptist, situated five kilometres south of Ciutadella. This parish had its name changed following the Christian conquest of Menorca from the parish of Artruix (a name designating the whole of the south of
Origins and HistoryMany believe that Monte Toro pinpoints the spiritual centre of Menorca, where there has been a shrine and place of pilgrimage since the 13th century. Legend has it that Monte Toro, or El Toro as it is referred to by the locals, takes its name from a bull (el toro) which led a group of monks to a statue of the Virgin Mary in