FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
Established as the island's capital in 1722, when the British began their nearly 80-year occupation, Mahón still bears the stamp of its former rulers. The streets nearest the port are lined with four-story Georgian townhouses; the Mahónese drink gin and admire Chippendale furniture; English is widely spoken. The city is quiet for much of the year, but between June and September the waterfront
pubs and restaurants swell with foreigners.
Ciutadella was Menorca's capital before the British settled in Mahón, and its history is richer. Settled successively by the Phoenicians, Greeks...
There are caverns and grottoes all over the Balearics, some of them justly famous because of their size, spectacular formations, and subterranean...