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14:57

Travel

A taste of Menorca

Andrew Forbes

My host for the morning, Antonio of 'Cómete Menorca' sees me take a break, as I plant myself in a bright red director's chair on one of the café terraces outside Ciutadella's 19th-century fish market. It was the ideal place to take a short breather ... from the vibrancy of the city market. “There are two things popular across the world that were invented in Menorca,” Antonio asserts with a smile. “Salsa mahonesa and the silla menorquina!” Until that moment it had not really occurred to me to think ... where the ubiquitous canvas folding chairs had originated; I had assumed in the States. Yet the design is said have been popularised on Menorca over a century ago. The story of the creation of mayonnaise (or should I say 'mahonesa') however is a little

14:56

Travel

Menorca: The Insider Guide

Andrew Forbes

...vineyards. Menorca.SUR Jardí de Ses Bruixes Hotel Period townhouses have been converted into a boutique hotel and spa in the island's capital of Mahón. Eclectic design and art complement the rich historic features. Book a loft suite for a romantic ... stay. Agroturismo Son Vives Learn how award-winning Mahón-Menorca cheese is made using age-old artisan methods at this rural farm hotel, in the hills, north of Ferreries. Guest rooms with terraces overlook pastoral scenery down to the ... Mediterranean. This is also where you'll find one of the best local breakfasts on the island. The restaurant is also open to non-residents. Feature A taste of Menorca EAT & DRINK: Es Tast De Na Silvia This is probably the finest Menorca slow food

20:42

LifeStyle

13 July 1713: The Utrecht Treaty passed Gibraltar and Menorca to Britain

Debbie Bartlett

...treaty went on to give Menorca to Britain as well: "Moreover the Catholic King doth in like manner for himself, his heirs and successors, yield to the crown of Great Britain the whole island of Minorca, and doth transfer thereunto for ever, all right, ... attempts to get Gibraltar back, by different means, and would still like it to be returned today, but the Gibraltarian people insist they want to remain British and they are supported in that by the UK government. Menorca, however, had a much more ... 1763 after winning that war. In 1782 Spain regained control of Menorca after a lengthy siege in Port Mahon, and Britain ceded it back to Spain the following year. That however, was still not the end of the matter. The small island of Menorca was invaded

19:09

Travel

Balearic bliss

Andrew Forbes

This archipelago of islands off the east coast of Spain is a perennial favourite for Spaniards and international visitors alike. Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera are diverse islands offering distinct experiences for visitors, yet still remain ... 'rich-and-famous' who arrive by superyacht, dine in a chic beach restaurant and then leave. Menorca This foodie destination has to be one of my favourites. I first wrote about this 'small island with the big welcome' back in 2013. Then last year I focused on ... the slow food and slow travel pleasures of this unspoilt, sleepy island. Menorca is a Unesco Biosphere Reserve, and farming methods remain respectful to the environment. The interior is surprisingly pastoral - it doesn't feel like you're in the

19:24

Travel

The Directory: The Balearics

Andrew Forbes

...rooms. The Olea restaurant is open to guests and visitors. MENORCA: Torralbenc Traditional Menorcan farm now a relaxed, foodie 4-star hotel with winery.

12:37

LifeStyle

The long and complex history of sangría

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...wine, fruit and sugar. In Menorca, the sengri menorquin, without a doubt comes from the English 'sangaree'. The British occupation of the island during the seventeenth century left, among other things, this hot drink made from red wine, sugar, orange,

13:27

LifeStyle

Gold, Pearl and Silver celebrations for the Arts

Jennie Rhodes

...continues to grow internationally and three more are set to open in Spain in the near future; Mallorca, Menorca and Mojácar. There is also a branch in Gibraltar. The Costa del Sol anniversary exhibition runs until the end of April (by appointment only) at