menorca west coast
Sailing north, the shades of blue of the sea merge with the gold of the beaches that appear between slate rock formations and reddish clays. The seabed, rocky and full of fish, invites to snorkeling.
Traveling south, the turquoise and crystalline waters kiss the fine white sand of the coves.
The Church El Socors (Solace), alongside the cloister, is built in the Renaissance style, with one single nave and side chapels, covered by a barrel vault and a transept topped with a dome. The facade, defined by its two twin towers, reveals a late 18th-century gateway, with three gates opening onto a great atrium, decorated with the emblems of the Augustinian order and crowned by Our Lady of Perpetuo Socorro. It was heavily refurbished during that period, with the construction of the main reredoses, the organ and the interior decoration, which left the vaults, dome and walls covered with fresco murals.
Ciutadella de menorca
Cobblestone streets, palaces and churches. small squares, hiding places and small shops. The city hides centuries of history in every corner. Surrounded by the Contramurada Avenue, the old town, appears as a set of narrow and overcast streets of arab and medieval origin, welcomes pedestrians when walking.
SalA Canal Salat
Canal Salat Hall is a diaphanous and comfortable space with a very good acoustic ideal for our night parties.
— Carrer de Sant Antoni M. Claret, s/n. Ciutadella