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Menorca, or Minorca, is a popular Spanish island destination for sun lovers, summer sports aficionados, and tropical enthusiasts located in the Mediterranean Sea. Well known for its many beaches and sapphire blue waters, Menorca is a gem in the Mediterranean. Some of Menorca's most notable aspects include its unspoiled landscape, idyllic waters, and Neolithic artifacts and terrain features which make it a picturesque location to visit. There are also modern festivals, market days, and night life activities to enjoy throughout the year. Choosing a hotel in a foreign country can be a stressful experience, as you will have to consider the location, local amenities, and cost. Venere takes the hassle out of booking a hotel in Menorca, allowing you to feel more confident in your choice and look forward to that special holiday in the sun.

What's Menorca Like?

Menorca is one of the Balearic Islands, and visitors come from all over to enjoy its many beaches, water sports, and cycling tours through the largely flat terrain. The island has plenty to excite anyone, from its ancient landmarks, to its vibrant market places. For a taste of the local history and culture, visit Favaritx lighthouse, Cathedral Ciudadela, La Mola de Menorca, and Fornells Tower will excite and inspire. Activity enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of destinations such as the Blue Water Scuba park, Barcelo Pueblo Water Park, Diving Center Fornells, and Cala Mitjana beach. There are also plenty of festivals all year round, such as Corpus Christi, and the Mahon Music Festival.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Menorca

Thanks to its location, Menorca is a melting pot of cultures and peoples, however the large tourist population of the island ensures that most, if not all of the locals will speak English. That being said, it never hurts to be able to recite a few key phrases in Spanish. The Mediterranean climate of the island is hot and dry, with the Summer months of June to August experiencing temperatures of up to 28°C. A good pair of walking shoes or comfortable sandals is essential, as is bottled water. The law of the island states that you must have your passport on your person at all times, and you often have to show your passport when paying in shops by Direct Debit. Use Venere's simple yet effective search filters to find the best accommodation for you stay - including reviews by previous guests and up to date pictures of hotel rooms and exteriors. Our travel guides also include maps showing the location of hotels relative to major tourists attractions so you can make sure you book the place most convenient for you.