Eating out in Menorca
Cala Galdana, one of Minorca’s most popular tourist destinations, is a family-friendly beach with turquoise waters where you can try your hand at all kinds of nautical activities.
There are hundreds of places where to eat in Minorca. Most restaurants serve food with a special emphasis on produce and enhancing the local flavours.
At the Cova d’en Xoroi, built into the side of a cliff in Cala en Porter, visitors can enjoy the best sunset Minorca has to offer.
Selling everything from hand-crafted goods to fair trade products, the street markets in Minorca make the perfect choice if you’re looking for a holiday souvenir.
Restaurants, luxury yachts and wonderful craft shops—the Ciutadella port is one of the most beautiful and lively harbours in the Mediterranean
With a great sense of charm and a stately atmosphere, Ciutadella is one of the most attractive places in Minorca. A stroll through the city will make sure you have the holiday of your dreams.
Traditional Minorcan cuisine has a strong emphasis on fish and seafood, with lobster stew taking centre stage. However, there are many other dishes to enjoy.
Typical Minorcan products, liqueurs, sandals, experiences… There are all kinds of memories of this Balearic island that you can take home with you.
For some, one of this fishing village’s biggest attractions are its restaurants, which specialise in lobster stew. But there are many more things to do in Fornells.
Minorca’s nightlife hotspots are mostly to be found in Mahón and Ciutadella, although there are also a few surprises dotted around other parts of the island.