Despite its popularity as
a holiday Mecca, the Balearic island of Minorca
remains one of the loveliest, most unspoilt islands
in the Mediterranean. The local population support
the control of resort development and the woodlands
and fields of its hilly rural interior remain
This is the result of a thriving
local industry that is less dependent on tourism
for its survival than the other islands are.
Minorca is only nine
miles (15km) wide and about 32 miles (52km) long,
and boasts stretches of varied beaches, from silver-sanded
gently curving bays to rocky inlets.
Aside from beaches and
resorts the island also has plenty of interest
for history buffs and culture vultures, with several
attractions to experience, including a world famous
pipe organ and several mysterious prehistoric
archaeological sites related to the second millennium
BC Talayot culture.
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