Menorca: The paradise island where ‘anything is possible’

As the northernmost Balearic island, Menorca encourages its visitors to slow down, relax and unwind. With 216 kilometres of coastline, from the soft white sand beaches of the south to the rugged red coast of the north, the island is a fortress of calm.

Renowned as the birthplace of mayonnaise – invented by the chef of a French general who was laying siege to the British in the port of Mahón – the isle is now gaining a reputation for sustainability and adventure.

Although it’s whipped by the Tramontana wind through the winter months, Menorca’s usually balmy weather has made it a hotspot for tourism, with visitors from Spain, the UK

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