Ciutadella is one of the westernmost towns of Menorca. Centuries ago, it was still the capital of the island, but the storms of history deprived it of that title. It doesn’t take anything of its brilliance since it has been a cultural centre ever since. It has preserved its medieval structure.
Have you ever wondered how an ancient town looked like on one of the islands of the Mediterranean? Of whose natural harbour is one of the largest in the world and its white houses shine among oil trees? Which is surrounded by a national park and listed as a UNESCO site? Believe me, you are not dreaming, it’s the reality.
Menorca is in the middle of the Balearic Islands. It is similar to Mallorca or Ibiza, though, it is not so crowded and its nature is wonderful. The island is a real Eden with streams flowing among cliffs, marshes, sand dunes, fields and water habitats.