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Port de Fornells, Minorca, Spain
Port de Fornells is a marina that is also known by the name Club Nautic de Fornells or Puerto de Fornells. It is located on the island of Menorca, in the municipality of Mercada and the bay Fornells. Tourists and boat owners who visit this marina are usually nautical activities enthusiasts who are attracted by the magnificent landscapes of the area. Active tourists are welcome to practise water skiing, sailing, diving, kayaking, etc., with the help of this nautical club’s modern facilities. Moreover, a wide variety of outdoor activities such as cycling, horseback riding, hiking, golf, etc., are available. This is also a historically charged area where modern culture meets antiquity. Travelers from all around the world are curious to see the archaeological site of Sanitja, the Fornells Tower Defense, the Cave Road Espeologica na Polida, etc., in order to enjoy an authentic experience. Fresh fish and seafood are very popular and the basis of almost any traditional dish on this island.
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Attractions in Minorca
Minorca, also known as Menorca, is contrasting with Mallorca. Being named after the Latin word “minor”, this island is known to be the smallest island in the Balearic Islands. This destination is a place of romance and surprises, having spectacular, white-sanded beaches, emerald waters, idyllic spots and historical places of a great importance. The popularity of Menorca is given by the silent littoral that is never too crowded. It represents the best choice for a quiet vacation, where a relaxing, peaceful state of mind can be reached.
There are rare panoramas on this side of the Mediterranean Sea, which combine the high cliffs with the small, jewel-coloured harbours and the green surroundings. The tourists will encounter the perfect colour palette on this island.
According to archaeological proof and the existence of the megalithic stone monuments such as the navetes, taules and talaiots, this island’s life began thousands of years a... more info
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