Plus, the garlic fries and aioli sauce are to die for.
By Anna Norman and Patrick Welch While they haven’t completely shaken their reputations for soulless resorts and lairy hedonism – with some justification, it has to be said – the two largest islands of the Balearic archipelago have nonetheless experienced something of an image transformation over the past decade.
Palma is now a firm fixture on ‘top city breaks’ lists in Sunday travel supplements, and many visitors are being seduced by the islands’ growing reputations for outdoor activities, quality places to stay and eat and stunning beaches.
If you really want to escape, though, Menorca is the place.
With a somnolent interior, some outstandingly beautiful, undeveloped beaches and a couple of tiny port towns, it’s one of the Mediterranean’s most manageable island destinations, and a real treat for divers.
and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.