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Climate in Menorca

Menorca has a temperate subtropical climate with 7.5 hours of sunshine a day throughout the year. The rainfall is 650 mm in the north and south is only 450 millimetres.

Landscape of Menorca

Menorca has 2 major cities: Ciutadella and Mahon. The rest of the island is marked by leisurely contemplation. You will find many fields bordered by stone walls, whitewashed farmhouses with old cheese tradition, picturesque villages and quaint fishing villages. Compared to Mallorca Menorca is a rather quiet island.

In general Menorca is very green and wooded, there are still many farms. The original north of Menorca is rocky and dominated by rugged, partly fjord-like shores. The south has a more gentle appearance. The coast is less rugged, has better beaches and therefore more tourism.

Due to the late development of tourism in Menorca could protect from destruction by too many settlements. In 1993 Menorca was declared a biosphere reserve. Half of the island consists of landscape and nature conservation areas. Many romantic beaches and pristine landscapes have been preserved. The construction of tourist accommodation, compared to Mallorca and Ibiza, is generous and less clumsy. Menorca is perfect for nature lovers.

Residents & Cities of Menorca

Menorca is the northern island of the Balearic. Only 100,000 people live in Menorca. The proportion of foreigners is 15%, the percentage of German inhabitants 1%. The capital is Mao (Catalan) or Mahon (Spanish).

Mao / Mahon has, after Sydney in Australia, the second largest natural harbour in the world. The growth of the city began under the rule of the British in the 18th Century. They made Mao / Mahon, for strategic reasons, the capital in 1722. Mao / Mahon is now a combination of English style and Mediterranean atmosphere.

Ciutadella is the second largest city of the island and was able to preserve its medieval charm today, with its picturesque harbour, churches, palaces and narrow streets of Old Town.

Languages of Menorca

Official languages are Catalan and Spanish. The local dialect, Mallorquí, differs markedly from the official Catalán. The visitor should please not forget that Spain was to 1975 dictatorship. The cultural autonomy of the regions has been rigorously suppressed, even the languages. Since 1983, Catalan is the official language. If you address people in Spanish, you will not answer you in Spanish. In the tourist centres, everyone speaks English and German. But Spanish is not really popular.

Geography of Menorca

Menorca has a total area of almost 275 square miles. From east to west, the island is 30 miles long from north to south and 10 miles wide.

The island is characterised by two regions: the Tramuntana Mountains to the north and the hills (Migjorn) in the south.

The Tramuntana Mountains are rugged, on the coast there are few natural harbours. The South has a smooth topography with some deep canyons. The coastline is straighter than in the North and has long sandy beaches. In the middle of the island is the 357-metre high Monte Toro, from which you have a lovely view. The approximately 285-kilometre coastline is varied: cliffs, secluded coves and long sandy beaches.