Menorca gave its fisherman a bay where they could take shelter from the fierce tramontana wind on the North coast, and this place is called Fornells. A charming fishing-village which feels so Mediterranean with its narrow winding streets and white-washed houses, and its lovely quayside teeming with restaurants. The greatest temptation is the magnificent traditional lobster stew, whose contents will have been caught very close by.
The bay of Fornells forms part of Menorca’s Marine Reserve. To see more, the town offers all sorts of facilities – diving, sailing and kayaking.

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