Menorca Offers not only has apartments in Menorca located on the sea front, our rent apartments in Menorca service is complemented by the natural beauty of the place and recreation, relax and leisure possibilities. The houses in Menorca are surrounded by miles and miles of beaches, coves and heavenly places, which are within the reach of the visitors to go and enjoy during their stay. Menorca's gastronomy is characterized by its typical Mediterranean cuisine, with traditional dishes made with fresh regional products. The apartments for rent in Menorca that we offer for tourists are located in a privileged place on the island. Its strategic location allows easy access to historical monuments and prehistoric settlements that enrich the experience of visitors during their stay in Menorca.
The complex of apartments Rocas Marinas, rustic menorcan style, with great landscaped spaces in native vegetation with views to the marine horizon and the coast of the Favaritx lighthouse.
The five Arco Iris apartments, rustic menorcan style with solarium, swimming pool and with wonderful views to the beach of Arenal d'en Castell and to Son Saura's Coast.
The Jardín Playa apartments are in a privileged situation with direct access to the beach of Arenal d'en Castell.
Menorca has got a population of 67,000 inhabitants divided in 8 populations, with an extension of 702 square kilometres and 216 kilometres of coast that gives for much, beaches, coves, corners lost in paradisiacal places that conforms a rich island in a great geologic cultural and hereditary diversity.
Menorca was declared by the committee MAB of the UNESCO patrimony of the humanity in 1982 and also incorporated into the World-wide network of Singular Places.
The menorcan landscape is a combination of colours, shapes and tonalities. The North (Tramuntana) is formed by small hills separated with wide valleys with magnificent beaches like Sa Vall, Cala Pregonda, Cap de Favaritx etc. The South (Mitjorn) is a calcareous platform from the North to the South crossed with narrow ravines that lead to tourist beaches as Cala Galdana, Cala'n Porter and to coves not urbanized like Son Saura, Cala Turqueta, Cala Macarella, etc.
The menorcan gastronomy is totally Mediterranean, made from fresh and natural foods from the ground and the sea.
We emphasize the delicious meat of the farms of Menorca, the fresh fish, the craftsman cheese prepared in the farms of Menorca and the traditional home-made sausages.
Jams, honey and pastry products are a part of the gastronomic culture of Menorca. As for drinks, the gin imported by the English people, is still elaborated like in ancestral times. With this menorcan gin, the typical "pomada" is prepared for the "fiestas" that's made of gin and lemonade.
Our cooking has known to conserve itself throughout the years, recipes that go on from parents to their children. The Menorcan typical recipes are still being developed and adapted to the present time without losing their most traditional essence.
Plates as the fish stew of lobster, "oliaigua amb figues", the oven baked aubergines, rice and a great homemade assortment of confectionery.
Menorca also develops the new Mediterranean kitchen adapting to seasonal products.
Throughout the summer the local holidays of every municipality are celebrated, Apartments in Menorca - Sant Nicolau in where the horses are the main protagonist, from June until September the horses and their riders, dressed in black and white, and the horses adorned with bows, embroiderings and carnations of colours, they revive every year a ritual that was born in the XIV century.
The calendar of the celebrations:
- June, 23rd and 24th, San Juan in Ciutadella.
- July, second fortnight, in Es Mercadal, Fornells and Es Castell.
- August, practically every weekend: Es Migjorn, Llumaçanes, Alaior, Sant Climent, Ferreries (24th and 25th Sant Bartolomeu) and San Luis.
- September, 8th and 9th, "Fiestas de Gracia" in Mahon. San Nicolau and Monte Toro.
Menorca by its strategic situation in the centre of the Mediterranean has been the crossing site of different cultures that from prehistoric times has been occupied and has been a refuge and an intermediate port.
The cultures have left an important legacy in Menorca, by this the historians; say of Menorca, that it's an outdoor museum.
Of the prehistoric times they emphasize "Taules", the megalithic graves, "Talaiots", "Navetes" and prehistoric towns. Menorca has been object of different conquests and dominions on the part of the Romans. Arabs, the crown of Aragon, the kingdom of Majorca, incursions of English pirates and the conquest of the English and the French complete an important heritage and cultural legacy that must be visited.
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