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Restaurante La Guitarra, Ciutadella

Restaurante La Guitarra (Menorca), culinary tradition

Underground at La Guitarra, en Ciutadella Here at Gusto Guides, we are fans of those bars and restaurants that are tucked away from the view of all but the most tenacious of day trippers, not least because they tend to…

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…

Cadaques barcas de pescadores

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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A family affair at Can Tanu (Fornells)

You would think that the market on fresh seafood is covered in Fornells, the idyllic fishing village in the North of Menorca that sits on a crystal-clear sea creek.  The few streets of this little town are lined with restaurants…

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Mahón fiestas: dancing horses and local pride

Mahón, the largest town on sleepy Menorca, erupts into a frenzy of horses and gin every September for the town’s fiestas, nominally celebrated in the name of the Mare de Deu de Gracia.  While not as big or as famous…

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Restaurant S’Ancora, Fornells: hot water for lobsters

Stepping into the back room at S’Ancora is like finding yourself in the kitchen on board the Nautilus, the submarine that famously accompanied Captain Nemo on his adventures in Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.  But instead of Nemo…

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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…