- Minorca All inclusive holidays
Although it is not the busiest of the Balearic Islands, Minorca has some of the archipelago's most beautiful little coves and beaches, and plenty of Brits return year after year, either to enjoy the amenities of their favourite resort, or to explore a different part of the island. Even in the quietest resorts, you can find family-friendly package holidays to Minorca, with enough of its own entertainment on the schedule to ensure you are never lost for something to do. This mean you’re able to keep the kids occupied, leaving the you to sit back in the sun and enjoy the relaxation of this peaceful little island.
Festival time on Minorca
If you are visiting from late spring through until the end of the summer, like most of the tourist trade, check where the nearest festival is taking place. Most weekends throughout this period, one village or town will host an event, and these are open and welcoming to tourists too. From demonstrations of horse riding, to firework displays, it's a memorable spectacle and a great photo opportunity, and should be enjoyed with the local British-inspired beverage, a blend of gin and bitter lemon.
Hiking Minorca's coastline
The 'minor' part of Minorca's name refers to its small size compared with neighbouring Majorca, and one benefit of this is the potential to walk all the way around the island in a relatively short period of time. It will still take too long for most people's holidays, but to make the feat easier, a complete coastal loop has been created, and that means wherever you stay on the island's coastline, there should be a good quality footpath leading from your beach along to the next resort and beyond - ideal for a day's exploring along the cliffs, dunes and small groves of trees that create a 'join the dots' trail between the tourist beaches.
The advantages of all-inclusive holidays in Minorca
It's not hard to see why cheap all-inclusive Minorca holidays are a huge advantage, especially if you have young children. The island is on a slightly smaller scale than some of the other Balearics, and the resorts are smaller too, as well as being largely self-contained. There is no need to go out of your own resort in order to enjoy yourself, and an all-inclusive break suits this perfectly, as you can eat and drink what you want, when you want, without paying any extra.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Minorca?
Enjoy classic Balearic all-inclusive holidays in Minorca, at a choice of resorts. With ample sun, sea and sand, if you can have all your food and drink taken care of before you arrive, it’s another weight off your mind and one less thing to worry about. Enjoy fresh breakfasts every morning, lunches that give you energy and dinners that make the perfect way to round off another relaxing day. It’s not a bad way to enjoy a superb break in the Med.