Staying in one of the many vacation rentals in Menorca is an affordable way to experience one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. More personal space, lower nightly or weekly costs and a fully equipped kitchen are some of the advantages of renting a condo or villa, especially if you’re traveling with your family. And Menorca offers plenty to see and do, apart from the resorts and beaches that the island is justifiably known for. Menorca has a good selection of nightlife, water sports and places to eat, although it’s somewhat quieter and not as busy as neighboring Majorca. The interior is largely unspoiled, with small towns and villages nestled in the mountains, vineyards and a way of life that doesn’t seem to have changed much. And if you want some history, Menorca has plenty of historic monuments, castles and lighthouses to visit.