Sometimes we find ourselves abroad and need emergency advice and assistance. In Spain, British citizens are well supported and served by several consulates across the breath of Spain and its islands as well as the embassy being situated in Madrid
Here are just a few of the numerous beaches and lovely coves to enjoy whether to relax or take part in many of the activities on offer along Menorca’s coastline. Look out for future posts on more beaches to enjoy
Lying approx 5.5 miles north of the historical city of Ciutadella, Cala Morella is one of those unspolit gems, accessible by foot, A pebbly beach, benefiting from a beautiful cove which is favoured by snokellers.
This fine sandy beach is located near the lovely town of Sant Lluis with a bar and terraces virtually on the beach.
Facilities include parking, first aid, showers, with food and drink available.
Cala en Porter
A sandy beach which is surrounded by high cliffs and grasses. The area above the beach is very established with numerous outlets and sprawls a large area which is reached by stone steps. However be warned it is a fairly steep long climb or alternatively a walk up the hill.
Facilities include parking, first aid, showers toilets and leisure and food and drink available.
Worth a visit nearby is Cova d en Xoroi
www. covadenxoroi.com Night owls will appreciate this Cova at night when it takes on a different vibe and turns into a disco into the early hours.
Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur Saturday 1st June 2019
Whether you are a true red or blue supporter, properties overseas wishes you all a safe and enjoyable stay in Spain’s capital city Madrid. Lets celebrate the fantastic achievement of two English football clubs reaching the final in this prestigious event.
To get sound and up to date advice we suggest a short visit 1st to the governments dedicated page on travel advice for this major football event in the 2018-2019 season. check the government advice and dedicated page see link below
Ciutadella is the second city of Menorca and offers as much charm and vibrancy as Mahon.
Take a stroll down its cobbled streets and gaze upon its historical churches, elegant houses and architecture of a bygone age. The influences of its past are clear to see with the Moors, Turks, Christians, British & French leaving their mark on this remarkable city and this beautiful island of Menorca.
Ciutadella welcomes visitors with a laid back and friendly atmosphere to enjoy its fantastic seafood, fish market, local wines, & bright flora and fauna.
Fresh produce is readily available to try some local recipes or enjoy in the numerous array of restaurants in the port area, or down a quaint cobbled side street or in one of the inviting squares the choice is endless.
Here are a list of places to visit nearby to Ciutadella
Cala des Forcat
Cala Morell just sorth of Ciutadella
Platja de Son Xoriguer, south of Ciutadella & more…
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