Carema Hotels Menorca
The ideal location for astronomical tourism
Imagine almost total darkness, in which you can only see the reflection of your faint shadow on the sand, and the reflections of thousands of stars shimmering on the sea. You lose track of time and space, mesmerised by a magical night on which dozens of meteors shoot across the night sky. Although still a well kept secret (for now), experts consider Menorca a top destination for astronomical observation. In fact, at the beginning of the year it was chosen as a Starlight destination and reserve. Interested in a relaxing getaway under the stars?
Menorca is a byword nature. After the summer, when the yellow and ochre colours of the countryside are turned to green once more by the first rains, the island becomes a paradise for hikers and ramblers. If working up a sweat is your thing, start off the best season for it by booking to enjoy a few days to unwind!
The history of Menorca has left an indelible imprint on the island for millennia.
From the Talaiotic culture to the more recent rulers, which you can read about here, Menorca exudes culture and history from every stone. We propose a route that takes you to five places that will help you to understand a little better why Menorca is the way it is.
No doubt you’ve heard about the huge worldwide problem of plastic polluting the sea. But what about the water shortage in the Balearic Islands? Or land erosion?
Since 1993, Menorca has been designated a Biosphere Reserve, a distinction that classifies it as a place that has been able to develop socially and economically while preserving its natural worth. Nevertheless, overuse and overcrowding in summer put this fragile balance at risk. That’s why Carema Hotels wants to give you some tips to make your holiday more eco-friendly, and along the way you’ll help to preserve this little pocket of paradise on Earth.
Come with us 5,000 years back in time. On rudimentary wooden boats, the first humans arrived on the coast of an island that had not yet been named. They probably came from the neighbouring island, Mallorca.
And, perhaps, from the island now known as Sardinia. Although first of all they had to cross a vast expanse of sea, during which they would have lost sight of land for a long time. These were the first inhabitants of Minorca. Brave men and women who, in a period in which agriculture had only recently been discovered, dared to cross an as yet unexplored sea.
It rains. How can it rain IN MINORCA? Oh, my friend. Spring is fickle. And although the storms on the island are fleeting, springtime plans can quickly change with the weather.
owever, both the changing weather conditions, and Minorca’s general climate in spring, make this the ideal time for certain activities that would be unthinkable in summer. Here are some ideas.
We are diving into the pool of content. You will find a ton of information about Minorca on the internet. But on the Carema Hotels Menorca blog, we will tell you things that you can only learn from a real Minorcan. Are you up for discovering the most authentic side of Minorca?
We will also give you advice to help you have an unforgettable holiday on the island. You will be the first to find out about promotions and any news from Carema Hotels Menorca. We will take you to the most remote corners, and show you the undiscovered stories. You will taste the best cheeses, see the best sunsets, and enjoy the best nature trails. And, to top it off, you will know where your next holiday destination will be and where to stay.