A day travelling around Menorca can mean moving between charming white-washed fishing villages, deserted beaches and rocky headlands, while climbing to the top of the island's only mountain, Monte Toro, reveals views from coast to coast. Many of the small towns and beaches of interest extend south and west along the coast whilst he north of the island is rugged and unspoiled, especially beautiful in the S'Albufera des Grau National Park. If you like to stay active you will not be disappointed. The beauty of the island begs to be explored, and there is much to do, from riding and tennis to water sports and sailing. Fishing, cycling and walking are also popular pastimes.