Menorca is a gem of an island in the Mediterranean sea and part of Spain’s Balearic islands. If the eleven best things to see in Menorca in my last post weren’t enough to convince you how magical this little island is then read on for more ideas of what to see and do in Menorca. Below you’ll find part two and 12 more reasons why I fell in love with this laid back little isle.
One of my favourite things is to go where I’ve never been and see what I’ve never seen before. I love the anticipation of visiting a new place and the surprises that await. The buzz of discovering a fabulous beach, an iconic town or a mouth-watering regional dish never fails to delight. In a couple of weeks I’ll be jetting off to French Basque Country in southwest France to discover all that and much more besides.
It’s that time of year when you might need a bit of protection from the rain but don’t need a full-on coat. I’ve got a classic trench but I wanted something a bit more casual, with a hood, for when I’m outside exploring the UK and a downpour hits. Trespass came to the rescue. They’ve got a full range of light waterproof jackets which are perfect for those spring/summer rainy days. They sent me over the Rainy Day women’s waterproof jacket, the perfect summer raincoat, to try. Here’s what I thought…
Looking for the best things to do in Eastbourne? Read on for a local’s guide on what to see and do in one the UK’s classiest seaside resorts.