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Children fishing on the island of Minorca © Fundació Destí Menorca

Slow tourism in Minorca


No hurry. This is an idea for people who enjoy good living and a lifestyle whose distinguishing feature is its leisurely pace. Sunsets, traditions, views begging to be photographed, beaches with crystal clear waters… You'll find it all on the Mediterranean island of Minorca in the Balearic Islands.

  1. Landscape on the island of Minorca
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    Smile –you're on a postcard

    Or at least you'll think you are, thanks to the beauty of these colourful landscapes, which offer everything from the turquoise of the Mediterranean Sea, to verdant meadows and a countryside teeming with wild flowers. You won't be able to stop taking photos.

  2. Cycle touring on the island of Minorca
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    Deep in the heart of nature

    If you like the natural environment, you'll have a wonderful time in Minorca. You'll be able to go on excursions along footpaths and through charming towns and villages and find out all about the way of life of the country people here.

  3. Minorca´s cuisine
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    Slow Food

    Delicious food on the table and all the time in the world to savour the island's local fare. Don't miss Minorca's lobster, cheeses and wines.

  4. Painter on a beach in Minorca
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    Painting in the open air

    You'll find numerous people who come to Minorca to paint, inspired by the variety of colours to be found in its natural landscapes. Choose your subject and immerse yourself in your surroundings as you sketch scenes of coves, cliffs, forests…

  5. Tai chi on a beach in Minorca
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    This is your 'me' time!

    With your feet in the sand, the sea in the background, the breeze caressing your skin, now you can enjoy some well-deserved 'me' time with a yoga or tai chi session on the beach. And what about rounding it all off with a spa session?

  6. Couple on a sailboat. Island of Minorca
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    Boats that fly

    This is the sensation you'll have as you gaze out over the sea. The turquoise waters invite you to take a dip in these lovely coves, while the boats on the water look like they're floating above the sea.

  7. Horse riding tourism in Minorca
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    Take up the reins!

    And enjoy seeing things differently on horseback. You'll find a number of routes along the coastline and inland. One of the highlights is the Camí de Cavalls, a historic trail that runs along the island's coast.

  8. Craftsman on the island of Minorca
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    And to take back home with you...

    We suggest something 100% handmade and which is part of Minorca's living tradition: the creations of its craftsmen and women. Everything from food and drink –like its liqueurs or the cheese from Mahón–, to shoes, guitars, leatherwork…

  9. View of Ciutadella. Minorca

    The imprint of the past

    The crafts tradition can also be seen in the environment. You'll find evidence in the quarries of S'Hostal in Ciudadela, with its interior gardens, the pyramid-shaped architecture of Punta Nati, and in flour mills like Molí de Dalt in Sant Lluis.

  10. Birdwatching in Minorca
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    It's always on their list

    Over 200 species of birds pass through Minorca every year. They've certainly seen a lot of the world, so there must be a reason. To learn more about them and see them close up we recommend a visit to s'Albufera des Grau.