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      Menorca’s virgin beaches

      Menorca’s virgin beaches.

      Pristine beaches and idyllic coves with white sand and crystal clear water is what Menorca is most known for.

      Mahón-Maó

      Mahón-Maó, city of Menorca.

      Menorca’s most important city is named Mahón in Spanish and Maó in Catalan. To avoid confusion, the city decided to change its name officially to Mahón-Maó.

      Torre d'en Galmés

      Torre d'en Galmés in Menorca.

      Discover the pre-historic monuments of ancient Menorca and don’t forget the panoramic view from the hill top.

      Flights to Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain

      Menorca, located in the Mediterranean Sea, is the easternmost point of Spain and, therefore, the first place of the Spanish territory to see the sunrise. The island is part of the Balearic Islands archipelago, along with Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera. Menorca’s name derives from its size and, in comparison with the nearby and bigger island Mallorca, it is also known as “the smaller island”.

      UNESCO declared Menorca a biosphere reserve in 1993. The island is rich in wild flowers, various species of butterflies, reptiles and amphibians and is very well known for its birdlife. Compared to the other Balearic Islands, Menorca is a green and rather flat island, with its highest elevation at 358 m above sea level.

      Just like the rest of the Balearic archipelago, Menorca has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and mild winters. One of the most impressive characteristics of Menorca is the mythical ‘tramuntana’ wind, making the island an ideal spot for lovers of kitesurfing, windsurfing and sailing. In contrast to the other Balearic Islands, Menorca is less crowded than Mallorca and less noisy than Ibiza. You will easily find beautiful, quiet beaches where, surprisingly, there may be no one else but you.

      So don’t wait a moment longer, and book your Brussels Airlines ticket to Menorca and the Balearic Islands!


      What to do in Menorca?

      1. Fort Marlborough was built by the British in the 18th century, shortly after they gained full control over the Mediterranean. It’s a rather small fort and used to protect the nearby Castle of Sant Felip, one of Europe’s largest fortresses. The castle itself was built to defend the port of Maó-Mahón.
      2. S’Albufera des Grau Natural Park covers a surface area of 5,000 hectares and is part of the biosphere reserve declared by UNESCO. It includes wetlands, agricultural areas, forests, a coastline of cliffs and beaches and a few islets along the shore. Observe the different birds and enjoy peace and quiet while hiking through this nature reserve.
      3. There are, of course, magnificent beaches in Menorca that you absolutely must see. Go to “Cala Pregonda” to admire wonderful creeks with red sands and turquoise waters… The perfect place to get some rest. Not 100% satisfied? Head to “Cala Macaralleta” or “Turqueta”, paradise on earth. These beaches are easily accessible and both have a car park.
      4. Faro de Favaritx, a beautiful and standalone lighthouse, located far away from the typical Menorcan cities or villages. Surrounded by cliffs and a little beach, it’s a good occasion to chill out and appreciate the silence.

      Practical information for your trip to Menorca

      • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Menorca Airport, located 4.5 km southwest of capital city Maó-Mahón.
      • Time zone: UTC/GMT+1 (Spain switches to daylight saving time in summer: UTC+2)
      • Currency: The currency used in Menorca is the euro. All major global credit and debit cards are accepted, but it’s always a good idea to have some cash on you.
      • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The country code for Spain is 0034 and the internal area code for Menorca is 971. The full city code, including the 0, must always be dialled, even when calling within Menorca itself. There are no public hotspots in Menorca, but most restaurants, cafés, pubs, bars and hotels offer Wi-Fi, though you often need a password.
      • Electric sockets: Spain’s power supply is 220 volts. US and UK visitors, as well as tourists from other countries, will need a plug adaptor to use their electronic devices.
      • Travel information: Spain is a full Schengen member. Non-EU citizens need a valid passport with at least 6 remaining valid months. Make sure that children travelling with you have their own passport or ID card. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
      • Vaccination: No vaccinations are necessary to visit Spain. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

      What to do and not do in Menorca?

      • If you plan a long stay on Menorca, don’t limit yourself to the island itself and take a ship to visit the surroundings and other islands.
      • Be respectful to the natural environment and listen to your guide’s advice concerning the protection of plants, as you might get fined if you damage them. The same goes for the many beaches of Menorca. Don’t litter and keep them clean.
      • Natives of Menorca speak a variety of Catalan, also known as Menorquí. Their second language is Spanish, but it is spoken and understood by everyone on the island. As many immigrants are monolingual in Spanish, it’s always useful to learn some basic phrases. If you want to give Menorquí a shot, know that there are a few differences with the standard Catalan and that pronunciation can differ quite a lot. In any case there is no need to worry, as English, French and German are also frequently used throughout the island.

      Some useful expressions in Spanish and Menorquí

      • Hello, how are you?
        • Spanish: Hola, ¿cómo estás?
        • Menorquí: Bon día, com va?
      • Bye!
        • Spanish: hasta luego / adiós
        • Menorquí: adéu
      • Thank you
        • Spanish: gracias
        • Menorquí: gracis
      • Please
        • Spanish: por favor
        • Menorquí: per favor
      • I want… / I don’t want…
        • Spanish: Quiero… / No quiero…
        • Menorquí: Vull… / No vull…
      • How much does it cost?
        • Spanish: ¿Cuánto cuesta?
        • Menorquí: Quant és?
      • The bill please
        • Spanish: La cuenta, por favor
        • Menorquí: Es compte, per favor
      • I like it
        • Spanish: me gusta
        • Menorquí: m’agrada

      When to go to Menorca?

      Just like the rest of the Balearic archipelago, Menorca has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and mild winters. One of the most impressive characteristics of Menorca is the mythical ‘tramuntana’ wind, making the island an ideal spot for lovers of kitesurfing, windsurfing and sailing. In contrast to the other Balearic Islands, Menorca is less crowded than Mallorca and less noisy than Ibiza. You will easily find beautiful, quiet beaches where, surprisingly, there may be no one else but you.

      What to eat in Menorca?

      When in Menorca, you can’t leave the island without tasting the delicious Mahón cheese. This white cheese made from cow’s milk is considered to be one of the most versatile cheeses of Spanish gastronomy and can be served over pasta, potatoes, rice, vegetables or simply be sprinkled with olive oil and black pepper.

      Menorca’s local drink, Pomada, is a mixture of locally produced Gin Xoriguer and lemonade. Pomada is served ice cold, often as a granizado and is a perfect drink for warm summer days. Not a gin fan? Small wineries have emerged in the last few years. Try out one of the locally produced wines.

      Cultural events in Menorca

      • Menorca starts the summer season with the annual “Festes de Sant Joan”. This festival is held between 23 and 25 June and is considered to be a celebration of brotherhood, where both poor and rich people, farmers, city people and nobility come together. The absolute protagonists are the black horses, riding through the crowded streets of Ciutadella.

      Book your flight to Menorca, Spain!

      Please note that you will be able to book your flight to Menorca with Brussels Airlines as of November 2017. We will fly to/from Menorca between 12 May 2018 and 15 September 2018.

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