Menorca

Menorca

Menorca

Menorca

Menorca

Exploring Menorca by BikeIf you’ve never traveled to the island before, you may find the proposition of a holiday based around a rugged island full of history and culture very daunting. If you do decide to go, though, you can certainly eliminate the initial hassle and enjoy yourself in a new way. สล๊อตเว็บตรงแตกง่าย If you’ve traveled before, you’ll know the trip can at times be frustrating and ominous when it comes to getting around. It’s true you won’t be able to simply hop on a bus or rent a car, as you would back on home soil. Sometimes, the best way to get around may be to simply walk or ride a bike. That’s what renting a bike can be about. You’ll have your own personal tour. Of course, the road is your own, but remember – this is a vacation. If you’ve never been on the road with your bike, now is the best time to do so. Here are a few suggestions to get you started. Hopping Along the Shoreline Menorca Once you’ve gotten your exercise and trekking around the area where you’ll be staying, head to the closest ferry terminal. There are several throughout the island, of course. But one of the best ones – and the one in which you’ll arrive first – is at the charming Port de Maois. Menorca With the bike safely secured on the rack, you can climb aboard and have the ferry take you across to the island’s capital. From there, you can even take a bike tour of your own choosing. Many of the ferries have short jaunts on the waterfront. If you’re willing to brave the to seaside crowds, follow the signs to a different destination. Again, this is a great way to explore the island. If you’re traveling with a bike, have a good long look at the map. Otherwise, you’ll likely wind up riding in circles. arma Island If you’re a big fan of hiking, you’ll need to take a cycling tour aroundarma island Additional good news: it’s pretty easy to participate in one or more of the island’s many lovely 2-hour guided outdoor walks. From the south, go for the spawned Pair of Ears, just off the main road.From the north, visit the Bay of Pigs. To the west, by far the most popular tourist attraction, is Las Palmas where you’ll find absolutely nothing but crowds and mega hotels. If you can stuff your days full of different beaches, try Playa de Palma, one of the most interesting beaches on the island. The island’s capital, San Miguel de los Reyes, is a pleasant town with indoors and outdoor spaces. Santiago de Compostela Combining a little retail therapy and a gorgeous coast with an inland, Santiago de Compostela is a great place to visit – especially for golfers. There’s a little beach side of the city for shopping, as well. Sicilian shopping trips can become special with a visit to this village.pet-friendly hotel, with indoor pool and a warm terrace. Try also Casale San, a former factory and now one of the islands main shopping centers. Other notable shopping destinations include Plaza Ortolano and Plaza Botero. outdoor markets abound and you’ll find anything from cottage-industry products, to crafts to snails. Mount Etna Camping is a perfect way to spend a holiday. But get reservations when you want to go to a volcano! That’s exactly what you’ll find in Sicily. Mount Etna is Europe’s highest active volcano and as such, is a must see for any traveler. In 2011, the volcano had erupted the southern portion of the island. Seismic activity is still being measured and so is there any threat. Tourists are still a delicate population, but the volcano’s not too fiercelyarn to them. Venturing out from your comfortable hotels you’ll see white-salt coated ash columns soaring into the sky and then crashing down into the rocky countryside. Sicilians refer to the volcano’saretous (ash rains) and azure skies. The natural tinkling of the volcanoes spews steam and ash into the atmosphere. The recently deceased have been seen floating above the volcano, however, as they were too late to be included in the eruptions. Travelers have the best view of the whole event since the early morning. The mainView from the Observatory is west and the eruption is in the west with the small town ofAskettas. Ventially, view this from close. Part of the northern cone of the volcano is lputed to be the Simien Mountain. After an Italian sailor named Simon van der Stel became part of a drifting ship in the area, he was overcome by thirst, entered the Okavango Delta, and was amazed by the mountain he found.
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