Today I went for a swim in the swimming poll at Sa Cala, the last terrace in Cala Morell. I went at dusk and it was such a gift for the senses. I couldn't resist taking this photo with my mobile as Ia came up from the beach!
Yesterday I went for a walk along the path which borders the beach and leads to the remains of the Talayotic dwelling, on the Eastern point of Cala Morell. There was a beautiful sunset and it was truly romantic, you could hear birds singing and the rustling breeze in the background. There was an overwhelming sense of peace and serenity.
Yesterday afternoon I went out on a boat with my family. We reached La Vall and had a swim in Es Bot. It was wonderful, bearing in mind it was the 8th of August and a Sunday, I thought there would be more people. It was gorgeous, the water was completely transparent! Afterwards we took the opportunity to fish: 27 "serrans" (comber), one "esparrai" (sea bream) and one "cap roig" (scorpion fish). What a great supper! Why don't you try it? You won't regret it.
Last weekend I went with some friends to the Fiestas in Fornells. We enjoy seeing beautiful horses, listening to the music and wandering through the atmosphere of the fiestas in Menorca. I send a photo. If you want to enjoy yourself in other Fiestas, tomorrow begin the ones in Es Migjorn Gran. I leave the link to the Council in which you find the program of the festivities. Have goog fun! http://www.ajmigjorngran.org/contingut.aspx?IdPub=90
Ciutadella is full of history and traditions. The years and memories speak for themselves as well as the thousands of visitors who choose it as their destination, above all, during the summer holidays.
Today we decided to leave the car behind and enjoy the Cala Morell surroundings. Before we set off we do a little research. We are curious to discover that geologically Menorca is divided in two halves: the so called Tramuntana and Migjorn regions.