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Menorca is one of the Balearic islands located in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to Spain. It takes its name from being smaller than the nearby island of Majorca. According to the 2010 census, Menorca has a total population of 94.383 residents. Menorca is known for its collection of megalithic stone monuments, such as navetes, taules and talaiots, which speak of a very early prehistoric human activity. During the Spanish Civil War, Menorca stayed loyal to the Republican Spanish Government. Today, Menorca is a wonderful holiday destination, where people can relax, enjoy the many attractions and venues.
Top Attractions Within Menorca
Scuba Diving. Menorca offers some excellent scuba diving with over 45 perfect dive sites. Two notable examples are the 105 km long French cargo steamer called the Malakoff Wreck that can be explored and the cave system at Pont d'En Gil Cavern. This fantastic 220m long complex of caves is just stunning and it would be a shame to miss out on the chance to see these natural wonders.
Lloc de MenorcaZoo is situated on the Alaior to Mahon road. The zoo has a wide variety of animals, including goats, cows, horses, deer, tortoises, emus, snakes, parrots and many other. Children can pet and play with the animals in the specially designed area, while adults can enjoy a tasty picnic in the picnic area.
Club Sant Jaime in Menorca is a wonderful attraction for children. The aquatic center has a swimming pool with water chutes as well as a wooden maze with water sprinklers during the day and monsters at night. The complex has also got pleasant landscaped gardens with views over the sea and countryside.
Castillo Menorca is situated from Ciutadella Castillo Menorca is a shopping and entertainment park for all the family. There are numerous shops selling island souvenir's including the island's biggest Lladro showroom as well as numerous activities for children, including large grassed gardens, trampolines, mini golf, sand pits, climbing wall, swimming pools and water chutes.