Discover Alaior

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Alaior is the third largest urban township of Menorca, located on the Western Central region of the Balearic Island of Menorca. The good old days are still alive and well in Alaior, to stimulate the mind and soul, with the town's pleasant and magical prehistoric tangle of narrow streets, boarded by bright whitewashed buildings set beneath the imposing church of Santa Eulàlia. An ideal season to knock at Alaior's doors is during the second weekend of August, in the Festa de Sant Llorenç, an annual event in honour of Saint Lawrence. In the summer, Alaior also hosts a broad spectrum of fascinating art galleries in music and dances on the courtyard of an old convent, whose name has since changed to Sa Lluna.

The Alaior town of Menorca is documented around the world for serving a full range of richly textured delicious cheese for ages. The entirely generic product is processed from pasteurized cow and goat milk with a trace of ewe's milk for flavouring. The cheese is put up for sale at different phase of maturity. However, despite the fact that it may be pricey, it is praiseworthy a try for any traveller visiting the magnificent town of Alaior.

Also available is a wide array of accommodation and lodging amenities, to suit all budgets. There are numerous hotel facilities in the same locality which are well- staffed with well-trained hospitality professionals to offer the ultimate, unbeatable indoor experience for a relaxing holiday. The town is located on an island and visitors have an equal share of experience when it comes to what the alluring sun-kissed sandy shores, warm crystalline azure waters and the vast beach horizons have to offer in terms of outdoor fun and recreational activities.

Out of Spain's melting pot blossoms an inventive cuisine, bursting with flavour and one that transforms Alaior to a culinary hot spot. With very simple recipes, the Minorcan cuisine has fantastic results. This has everything from appetizers to desserts. The exquisite Minorcan cooking habits not only get your tongue tingling, but have also constituted to a healthier Minorcan cuisine, making the dishes good for your well being.

In geographical range with Alaior are other magnificent tourist attractions. The Sala Municipal D'Art Contemporani Museum offers an enticing and seamless unmatched fusion of history and culture, where various artefacts chronicle the Roman history of the Island. Son Bou is Menorca's longest beach stretching for up to three kilometres out into the blue sea. It features white sandy alluring shores and cool clear waters. For the adventurous or those who crave more than just laying in the sun, the beaches present an assortment of recreational outlets in form of beach volleyball and water sports, for one and all.

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