Nearly Spring In Menorca
Menorca might not be the first destination you think of for a walking holiday. We find it surprising and fascinating. It has beautiful wild countryside and great walking. The island is full of interest, especially if you have an interest in ancient history, archaeology, geology, birds or flora.
And if you’d like to escape the winter, you’ll find Spring starts a little earlier here.
Above; on the Cales Coves route, Walk 30.
This pic (right) was taken on a coastal route (Walk 8) in the island’s south-east, crossing limestone ‘tables’.
– and here’s a view (below) along the rugged north coast on Walk 39.
More about walking on Menorca at http://dwgwalking.co.uk/men.htm
It is a lovely and peaceful island. It may not have mountains, but it has plenty of interest.
Agreed – walkers used to rugged landscapes may pass on Menorca – yet the landscape is lovely. Some people call the entire island the ‘living museum’ as many of the ancient buildings and structures remain dotted about the island and some can only be visited on foot.
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