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Half-Day Catamaran Trip in Menorca
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Half-Day Catamaran Trip in Menorca

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Forget the effort of touring Menorca’s northern coast by car—and enjoy it in the eminently more relaxing fashion of a boat trip on this small-group cruise. Relax aboard a comfortable, skippered catamaran as you sail the marine-reserve waters from Fornells, and watch as cliffs, pine-fringed promontories, and beaches unfurl before you. Along the way, stop at coves to swim and snorkel; and savor drinks and snacks on deck.
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vrindi2015 wrote a review Mar 2015
Minusio, Switzerland2 contributions4 helpful votes
Of course now there are not turist, only oldy coming from Spain it self. But this is good. Best way to have Peace and learn the langage.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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Julie A wrote a review Jul 2014
Guildford, United Kingdom31 contributions22 helpful votes
Visited towards the end of July but managed to find quiet beaches. Mahon was quiet apart from market day as was Ciutadella. Both are well worth a visit and the hour boat trip around mahon harbour was lovely. Our favourite place was Es Castel especially in the evening- fabulous atmosphere!
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Date of experience: July 2014
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Rosemary M wrote a review Jul 2014
Poynton, United Kingdom23 contributions6 helpful votes
Love it, small friendly island with beautiful beaches, easy to get around and not too long to fly too.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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BarrieWard wrote a review Jun 2014
Brentwood, United Kingdom67 contributions33 helpful votes
This is really a place to be! It is perfect for families, couples and kids. The beaches are lovely and there are interesting places to visit. One of our favourites is Monte Torro with its Convent and spectacular views. Mahon with it's twice a week market, Ciutadella the Capital and Fornells with it's expensive yachts and many fish restaurants are all worth seeing.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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jacklevel wrote a review Oct 2013
Melton Mowbray, United Kingdom69 contributions29 helpful votes
This beauty of an isle wakes to the morning sun earlier than any other part of Spain. It's beauty is far and a way from the night life of Ibiza and the rows upon rows of hotels that spread across Majorca like the plague, long may that be so. Whilst it is suitable for families, this is an island for couples to soak up the sun and grab a nice romantic holiday with your loved one. Don't try to find fault with it, there aren't any. If you do find fault, you will have brought it with you. There are many, many things to do and see, so ensure you hire a car to visit all the serenity the island has to offer. Beaches are many, sandy, rocky, large and small. Gala Galdana is a good place to start. It's not just a nice beach. Head inland down the gorge. See Booted Eagles, Red Kites, Egyptian Vultures, lizards, turtles and if you tread very carefully, maybe even a snake (I spotted one). A 1 hour walk and you spot the lot.... The best beach on the island is Cala Turqueta. A bit of a walk to get there 10 -15 minuets, but worth every footstep. Spend a day with the Jeep Safari. 55 euro (14 euro for paella, wine and coffee) the best value for money day out on the island. If you only have time and money for 1 outing, this is the one for you. We went in October for the extra peace and quiet, but early May is the month to visit to see the island in all its glorious colour. We loved everything about Menorca, its cleanliness, the ethos of its people, its honest face. It doesn't pretend to be anything its not. If I must say there is something I dislike about it, it would be the day your plane lifts off to take you home.
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Date of experience: October 2013
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