The Cova d’en Xoroi (Xoroi’s Cave) is a natural cave placed in Cala en Porter, the south coast of Menorca. The cave can be visited during the day as well as in the evening. The cave recieves the name of Xoroi due to a turkish pirate who lived sheltered in the cave during years and who survived stealing. The legend tells that when they discovered Xoroi in the cave, he jumped to the sea and nobody ever saw him again.Read more
Cuk-Cuk offers different dining experiences to cook and enjoy eating in the old town of Ciutadella, inside the landscaped space of a traditional house.
Elena and Alejandro carry this small and charming gastronomic corner with space for up to 12 diners. In Cuk-Cuk, in addition to learning how to prepare the dish of your choice, you can share your experiences while cooking with other travelers like you who are enjoying Menorca.Read more
When you travel anywhere, what are you looking for? In addition to sightseeing, I like to try to live like the people who live there.
We have asked friends and acquaintances who live there all year round to recommend their favorite Menorcan restaurants, those who go with their family or their partner when they want to eat out. Restaurants recommended by the Menorquines themselves and that will not disappoint you.
The Jimmy Hill’s Ice cream and Creperie shop located in Calan Blanes is one of those places difficult to find if you don’t live in the urbanization. The creperie is a familiar business runned by Dario and his family, from Argentina.Read more
In the old centre of Ciutadella, very close to Plaça Nova, you can find a little treasure: the Restaurant Curniola 35.Read more