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While the nightlife of Menorca is not famed for its rowdy nature, that doesn’t mean you have to be tucked up in your pyjamas by 10pm. For slightly more raucous nights out, head to Menorca’s capital of Mahon, where there’s a sizeable cluster of bars and restaurants around the harbour.
Some of the best places to go out in Menorca’s capital can be found along the waterfront where many venues, such as the ever-popular Mestre d’Aixa (Carrer Andana de Llevant, 209) double up as restaurants. Yet more bars can be found in the centre of Mahon around the Placa d’Espanya. One such example is Bar INTI (Carrer s'Arravaleta, 19).
Great musical entertainment in Menorca can also be found in Mahon. Akelarre Jazz Dance Club (Carre Moll de Ponent, 41-43) opens late and is the main place in town to get your groove on.
Away from the cities, nightlife and entertainment in Menorca tends to centre on the resorts. Depending on what you’re looking for, there are several spots for after-dark fun dotted around.
Out on the west coast in Cala’n Forcat, bars such as Sa Posta del Sol (Ub Torre D Ram III, 16) offer unbeatable sunset views. Further south in Cala’n Porter is the swanky Cova d’en Xoroi (Carrer de Sa Cova, 2), which enjoys a strikingly romantic setting in cliff-side caves.
When the British navy came and captured Menorca in the 18th century, they discovered a proliferation of juniper trees growing on the island. And what do you get when you mix Brits plus juniper? Gin, of course! Well, kind of…
The island’s home-produced spirit is known as ginet and has a grape spirit (rather than a grain spirit) base. If you want to drink like the Menorcans do, ginet should play a central role in your nights out in Menorca.