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Menorca’s best beaches: our top 10

Menorca is blessed with some of the best beaches in the Med (and the world, if we’re being honest).  From swathes of white sand to rocky swimming spots, much of Menorca’s unspoilt coastline is given over to nature reserves and accessible…

Vista de CIutadella Menoca

City Guide Ciutadella: Menorca’s Golden City

No visit to Menorca would be complete without a visit to the island’s former capital, Ciutadella.  On the Western side of the island, this small city is a hub for travellers, creative types and a bustling local community that thrives…

Lithica, Menorca

Lithica – Menorca’s Secret Garden

When you get tired of Menorca’s stunning beaches, picturesque towns and country restaurants, where do you go?  Many visitors choose to take in some of the island’s cultural sights – including Talayotic villages and monuments.  A site from the more…

Hotel Tres Sants, Menorca

Hotel Tres Sants: Balearic charm in Ciutadella (Menorca)

Here at Gusto Guides we love Menorca, and especially the island’s old capital Ciutadella.  We try to spend at least a few days in this beautiful sandstone town each year to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, friendly welcome and lovely 16th-…

Menorca tapas bar in beautiful ancient city of Ciutadella

Gin at the Yacht Club, Menorca-Style: Club Nautic, Ciutadella

What’s the deal? Creek-front bar looking over Ciutadella’s atmospheric harbour.  Relaxed place with a stunning terrace built out over the water, excellent tapas and a lively octogenarian dominoes scene inside (don’t intervene; it can get nasty).  At weekends, entire families…

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The weekend guide to Cadaques

Cadaques is possibly the prettiest town on the Costa Brava, and certainly among the most beautiful places in Spain.  Sitting in a rocky bay and surrounded by the hills of the Cap de Creus natural park, this old fishing town…

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Majorca – a quick guide to family holidays

Majorca (that’s the dreamy, mountainous Balearic floating mid-Mediterranean between Ibiza and Menorca) has continued to grow as a destination for family holidays over the past few years, thanks to its beaches, warm climate and authentic Spanish flavour. A logical starting…