Its compactness/flatness offer perfect walking conditions; here are a couple of lovely routes
Take a hike!
Minorca's modest size and mostly flat terrain make it uncommonly easy to explore on foot, and so hiking has become quite popular among many visitors. Trails there are many, but here are a couple of top suggestions. A route of less than five kilometres (three miles) runs from Maó's harbour to Cala de Sant Esteve, winding up at one of the island sights you really shouldn't miss anyway, La Mola Fortress. Another, a bit longer at just over eight km (five mi.), the route between Punta Nati and Cala Morell is also a bit more challenging but scenically rewarding, taking you past dramatic sea cliffs. Be sure to pack your comfy walking shoes!
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