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Things that get washed up

North winds, well, winds blowing in any direction really, give Menorca’s coastline a good battering over the winter, so when you go for a walk on the beach, or venture up to the edge of a low-lying cliff, you spot all sorts of things that the sea has spat out onto the shore. I’m not [...]

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Three days

On my way home from Barcelona the other day, the person sitting next to me on the aeroplane asked me if I’ve ever been to Menorca before. He was American, and he and his wife were coming to Menorca – as part of a trip through Europe – for just three days. ‘Have you got [...]

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Menorca Sun

Sunny Sundays

Sunny Sundays in the middle of Menorca’s winter are a treat, so much so that I boast about them at every opportunity to my British friends wrapped up in their centrally heated homes from November to February. You see, when winter comes, Menorcans usually hibernate – it’s quite probably that I’ll see someone who lives [...]

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