Lying to the east of Majorca, which is bigger, more built up and more popular, Minorca has all the qualities of a protected biosphere. This island, which is decisively the most natural of all the Balearic Islands, leaves the wild partying to Formentera and Ibiza and the built-up beaches to Majorca. Menorca, as it is called in Spanish, is appreciated for its pervading pine forest and its "calasa" (coves), ...
Ciutadella, also called ?Vella I Bella? (The Old and the Beautiful) is situated above a fjord-like harbor inlet at the western tip of the island.
There is a whole host of museums, churches, and little shops to be discovered concealed within the city's narrow streets.
The biggest natural port in the Mediterranean sea, by the Middle Ages the port of Mahon was already considered to be the safest refuge for complete fleets.
Hundreds of houses stand together within a very small and narrow space.
The city's architectural style is essentially marked by the era during which it was occupied by the English.
Mahon, or Maó, constitutes the second biggest natural port in the world.
Ibiza is the most extreme of the islands, both in landscape and visitors.
These stone constructions were built to serve as funeral monuments.
The town was built during Antiquity by the Carthaginians.
Ciutadella is the second biggest town in Menorca, after the capital Mahon.
The quay of Cuitadella's port is lined with lots of little cafés.
The history of the town goes back more than 2000 years.
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