M I N O R C A
Declared as a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO, Minorca is a true delight for each of our senses and invites us to discover another way, of spending time and listeningto its silence. If the contemplation of the lansdcapes and its lights is not enough, you can enjoy infinite outdoor activities all year round.
With children, friends, as a couple or alone, the moments lived in Minorca will probably remain among your best memories and to the question "what to do in Minorca" we already answer with some interesting proposals in That's all?
| where are we?
Ses Sucreres is situated in the old neighbourhood of Ferreries nearby the square of the Sant Bartomeu's Church, in the centre of the island between the capital Maó in the East end (airport, dock and harbour, bus station) and Ciutadella (dock and harbour, bus station) in the opposite.
In Ferreries you are located between the Northern rocky coastline with several lighthouses and the Southern one with pine forests, fine white sand beaches and Turkish blue water.
From Ferreries, several footpaths and tracks shine and allow you in countless opportunities to discover the island and its history.
| how to arrive at Ses Sucreres?
Once your car parked you can reach Ses Sucreres walking: cross the road and follow it on the left. You will cross an other road (the one which go to Es Migjorn and Sant Tomas), you will take down the stairs in front of you. The street where you arrive will bring you to our.
Ses Sucreres is on the left, C/Sant Joan nº15.
Don't forget that you can drop off your luggages first and then go park. You choose.