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Maybe it's the boomerang shape that ensures people keep coming back to Menorca year after year, and believe me they do! 

Those who have already been, will know that the island has an unusual charm and offers exceptional areas of outstanding natural beauty. It's 216 kilometres of coastline and beautiful beaches are without doubt one of its main attractions.  Some offer direct contact with unspoilt nature, whilst others offer family fun and the romance of secluded coves.

Added to that you've got delightful resorts all over the island, towns such as Mahon, the capital, offering fascinating attractions.  History lovers will find the island's ancient capital of Ciutadella well worth a visit.  Here quaint cobbled streets lead down to the picturesque harbour and many stylish shops can be found around the town's elegant tree-lined squares.

You'll find excellent restaurants all over the island, many serving speciality dishes and drinks.  The island's most famous culinary invention is mayonnaise, its name derived from the island's capital city, Mahon.  Mahon also produces some very fine gin, which the locals mix with bitter lemon to produce a deliciously thirst-quenching drink called pomade.  The succulent lobster dishes served in the famous restaurants of the fashionable resort of Fornells even attract royal diners, with the King of Spain a regular visitor.

Menorca's peaceful, unhurried atmosphere gives it a unique appeal to holidaymakers of all ages.

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