Maó, Ciutadella, Alaior, Es Mercadal, Ferreries, Es Castell, Sant Lluis, Fornells, Sant Climent…

Administratively Menorca, which belongs to the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands, is divided into eight municipalities: Maó, Ciutadella, Alaior, Es Mercadal, Ferreries, Es Castell, Sant Lluis and Es Migjorn. There are also some small towns as Fornells, Sant Climent and Llucmaçanes.

Villages of interest of Menorca to give a stroll through its streets and squares, close to the heart of everyday urban Menorca, the traveler can become a pleasant experience and opportunity to discover interesting characteristics of our architecture, our way of life, such as sash windows or viewpoints, “boinders”-a clear British influence, the simple folk discretion of their homes or the excellence of the finest houses…

Maó
Maó

Ciutadella
Ciutadella

Fornells
Fornells

Maó: Actual capital of the island, is an important commercial and industrial center. Apart from its architecture, fairs, parties and festivals, giving it a cosmopolitan and traditional, the undisputed protagonist of Mao is an extraordinary natural port, the port which would exclaim Admiral Andrea.

Ciutadella: Incomparable urban complex that has been declared a historic artistic monument national episcopal and its capital until the eighteenth century. Its port is the rendezvous for yachts and pleasure craft. Ciutadella is today an important industrial center which produces high quality footwear design.

Alaior: Along the main road and on a hill is Alaior, town founded in 1304, well known for its prestigious footwear industry, ice cream and cheese.

Mercadal: In the geographical center of the island, at the foot of Monte Toro, is Mercadal which produce the most famous and tasty traditional confectionery products.

Ferreries: Sheltered by S’Enclusa and Son Ferreries Elm is boasting and rightly so, to have one of the most beautiful Mediterranean beaches Cala Galdana.

Es Castell: In the easternmost tip of Menorca Es Castell is the first Spanish population that receives sunlight. Cales Fonts and Cala Corb two places to visit are inexcusable in the warm summer nights.

Sant Lluís: Whitest town in highlighting the profile of its old mills. The township has places of beauty as the village of Torret.

Migjorn: On the way to the magnificent beaches of St. Thomas or Binigaus, the traveler will find the village of Es Migjorn, also known as San Cristobal.

Fornells: Fishing village looking out over the bay of the same name. Fornells is a group of white houses with his Iglesis. Famous among gourmets for the “lobster stew”.