|Sightseeing in Menorca
There is something for everyone on the island of Menorca.
A wide variety of places to visit includes the Xoriguer Distillery in the capital, Mahon, making gin since the 18th century.
Take a tour around the harbour of Mahon, the largest in Europe.
Cales Coves is a complex system of prehistoric caves and were once used as burial chambers.
Binibequer Vell is a purpose built fishing village of Moorish-style houses built along narrow streets and is well worth a visit.
Mont Toro is the highest point on Menorca and at the summit is the convent Santuari de Nostra Senyora de Toro. Radar dishes and TV masts aside, the views of the island are spectacular.
For the more energetic there is horse riding for the experienced and the beginner.
The golf course at Son Parc has recently been extended from 14 holes to 18 holes and is quite a challenge for the mid handicappers.
Being an island there is no shortage of water sports from sailing, wind surfing, water skiing, diving to name but a few.