Panoramas in Cala Galdana | What places to visit?
The Mediterranean is home to a large number of truly stunning places, in particular small islands with hidden coves and beaches in which to escape and relax for a few days. One such place is Menorca, one of the Balearic Islands, among the top tourist destinations for Europeans in which to spend a few relaxing days in its exclusive hotels and holiday homes. In addition to sandy beaches or stunning coves, like Macarella, Galdana or Turqueta, Menorca offers a vast range of activities for visitors, from diving or snorkelling to outings in kayaks or boats around the island.
Menorca offers visitors a rich history, including pre-historic buildings like Naveta des Tudons. A number of different civilisations took root in Menorca, including the Phoenicians or Romans, who swiftly saw the advantages of this Mediterranean enclave. Holiday-makers to the island can enjoy a walk around its capital, Maó, to visit interesting locations such as the Sant Roc bastion or the La Mola fort, and can taste its delicious cuisine in any of its picturesque restaurants. No less recommendable is the town of Ciutadella, not to be missed, offering visitors the beauty of the Cathedral, Plaça D'Esplanada or the port area, one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful.