Menorca

21 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Sunday, twenty-one July 2019 – 02:08 According to the prediction of the Aemet, temperatures will be significantly high in central and southern peninsular, in the Ebro valley and in Mallorca and may be accompanied by showers and storms locally strong in the Iberian system, west of the southern plateau and in the Sierras of eastern […]

21 Jul 19
Newsy Today

Sunday, twenty-one July 2019 – 02:08 According to the prediction of the Aemet, temperatures will be significantly high in central and southern peninsular, in the Ebro valley and in Mallorca and may be accompanied by showers and storms locally strong in the Iberian system, west of the southern plateau and in the Sierras of eastern […]

20 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

MADRID.The general director of Telecommunications and Information Technologies of the Secretary of State of Digital Avance, Roberto Sanchez, informed yesterday of the zones where the change of frequencies will start under the so-called second digital dividend, by which the band 694-790 MHz (700 MHz band) used by the DTT to be used by 5G networks. […]

20 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

The first to enjoy the new digital terrestrial television (DTT) will be the inhabitants of some municipalities in the Balearic Islands, Cáceres and Huelva, as announced by the Ministry of Economy and Enterprise. Although the process will not imply the appearance or disappearance of channels, some 760,000 Spaniards (about 36,000 neighborhood communities) of these provinces […]

20 Jul 19
Newsy Today

The first to enjoy the new digital terrestrial television (DTT) will be the inhabitants of some municipalities in the Balearic Islands, Cáceres and Huelva, as announced by the Ministry of Economy and Enterprise. Although the process will not imply the appearance or disappearance of channels, some 760,000 Spaniards (about 36,000 neighborhood communities) of these provinces […]

20 Jul 19
Travel with Mer

I only had less than 48 hours to make the most of Menorca, so everything had to be timed with precision. Here’s what to do, where to eat and what definitely not to miss.

19 Jul 19
Current School News

Anthropology Study Abroad Programs for International Student 2019. Anthropology Study Abroad Programs – Anthropology is the study of human culture, traditions, and societies. Study abroad side effects includes self-growth, a broader global perspective, and a better understanding of the world. Studying abroad for anthropology is the opportunity to interact with a culture on its terms. […]

19 Jul 19
Noudiari.es

EFE / La Federación Empresarial de Hoteleros de Eivissa y Formentera (Fehif) ha ofrecido ayuda al nuevo equipo de gobierno del Consell de Eivissa para detectar alquileres ilegales en las diferentes plataformas comercializadoras. Así lo ha dicho este viernes la presidenta de la patronal, Ana Gordillo, tras la celebración de la asamblea anual de la […]

19 Jul 19
Learn English

27th March 1309 – Pope Clement V excommunicated Venice and all its population. 1625 – Charles I, ascended the English throne, with the title “Charles, by the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland…” Yes, he also claimed the title King of France. 1713 – Britain gained Menorca and Gibraltar under the […]

19 Jul 19
KittyJade

This summer is going to be packed full of trips and I will want a playlist to listen to on the many road trips between destinations. I tried to keep it short? 😂 Most of these songs have a backstory on how they came to be part of my life (yep, you can cringe. Music […]

19 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
BRITS are increasingly choosing Turkey and Tunisia over the most popular destinations in Spain according to new data. While Spain remains the number one holiday spot for UK travellers overall, interest in resorts like Menorca and Costa Blanca have actually seen a fall compared to last year. Brits are looking for more bargain getaways That’s according to holiday comparison site TravelSupermarket, which looked at searches made on the site between January 1 to July 18 this year for holidays departing between May 1 and September 30 this year. Turkey has jumped up to fourth place from seventh last year, while Tunisia has jumped into 23 – up from 75 last year. These searches have translated into real bookings. Just a couple of months ago, Thomas Cook revealed how bookings for Turkey and Tunisia were both surging for the holiday provider. It’s no surprise, given how much Brits can get for their money in Turkey and Tunisia. In Turkey for example, a meal out for two can cost as little as £15 while beers are around £2. Tunisia is even cheaper for drinks, as beer costs around £1, and meals are around the same as in Turkey. It’s boosted by the fact that the FCO have lifted travel bans against both countries after terror attacks – in Sousse for Tunisia and in Istanbul for Turkey. They are also among the market leaders for all-inclusive holidays, which many experts have recommended to “lock-in” prices given Brexit uncertainty. And the trend looks set to continue thanks to increased capacity from big holiday firms. TURKISH DELIGHT Turkey holiday bookings are surging as sun-loving Brits take advantage of the cheap deals – but can it continue? The fluctuations in the value of the pound against the Euro has also increasingly pushed Brits to look elsewhere for cheap deals. So while Tenerife and Majorca have managed to hold on to their positions as top resorts for Brits, others have fallen out of favour. Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca (including Benidorm), Costa Brava, Ibiza, and Menorca have all seen a fall in interest, for example. Emma Coulthurst, travel commentator for TravelSupermarket, explained that Brits are predominantly looking for value this year. [bc_video video_id=”6060763590001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Duty free shopping receipt reveals passenger’s peronal details”] One example is the Algarve in Portugal, which has moved up in rankings. Emma explained: “It is not surprising to see more British interest in Portugal this year. Brits are realising that the country offers one of the best value holiday options within the Western Med for a beach holiday this year. “Prices are, on the whole, slightly cheaper than in nearby Spain; eating out in Faro tends to be around 15 per cent cheaper than in Alicante and even 10 per cent cheaper than Benidorm, one of the cheapest Spanish resorts. “A beer is likely to cost you £2.70 in Alicante but only around £1.60 in Faro and a glass of wine around £2.” [article-rail-section title=”Most read in travel” posts_category=”22″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this year, Sun Online Travel revealed the short haul destinations that are cheaper this year than last. If you’re still looking for a last minute getaway, make sure you know these insider tips for booking a cheap break. And don’t forget to sign up to our travel deals newsletter.
19 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
BRITS are increasingly choosing Turkey and Tunisia over the most popular destinations in Spain according to new data. While Spain remains the number one holiday spot for UK travellers overall, interest in resorts like Menorca and Costa Blanca have actually seen a fall compared to last year. Brits are looking for more bargain getaways That’s according to holiday comparison site TravelSupermarket, which looked at searches made on the site between January 1 to July 18 this year for holidays departing between May 1 and September 30 this year. Turkey has jumped up to fourth place from seventh last year, while Tunisia has jumped into 23 – up from 75 last year. These searches have translated into real bookings. Just a couple of months ago, Thomas Cook revealed how bookings for Turkey and Tunisia were both surging for the holiday provider. It’s no surprise, given how much Brits can get for their money in Turkey and Tunisia. In Turkey for example, a meal out for two can cost as little as £15 while beers are around £2. Tunisia is even cheaper for drinks, as beer costs around £1, and meals are around the same as in Turkey. It’s boosted by the fact that the FCO have lifted travel bans against both countries after terror attacks – in Sousse for Tunisia and in Istanbul for Turkey. They are also among the market leaders for all-inclusive holidays, which many experts have recommended to “lock-in” prices given Brexit uncertainty. And the trend looks set to continue thanks to increased capacity from big holiday firms. TURKISH DELIGHT Turkey holiday bookings are surging as sun-loving Brits take advantage of the cheap deals – but can it continue? The fluctuations in the value of the pound against the Euro has also increasingly pushed Brits to look elsewhere for cheap deals. So while Tenerife and Majorca have managed to hold on to their positions as top resorts for Brits, others have fallen out of favour. Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca (including Benidorm), Costa Brava, Ibiza, and Menorca have all seen a fall in interest, for example. Emma Coulthurst, travel commentator for TravelSupermarket, explained that Brits are predominantly looking for value this year. [bc_video video_id=”6060763590001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Duty free shopping receipt reveals passenger’s peronal details”] One example is the Algarve in Portugal, which has moved up in rankings. Emma explained: “It is not surprising to see more British interest in Portugal this year. Brits are realising that the country offers one of the best value holiday options within the Western Med for a beach holiday this year. “Prices are, on the whole, slightly cheaper than in nearby Spain; eating out in Faro tends to be around 15 per cent cheaper than in Alicante and even 10 per cent cheaper than Benidorm, one of the cheapest Spanish resorts. “A beer is likely to cost you £2.70 in Alicante but only around £1.60 in Faro and a glass of wine around £2.” [article-rail-section title=”Most read in travel” posts_category=”33″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this year, Sun Online Travel revealed the short haul destinations that are cheaper this year than last. If you’re still looking for a last minute getaway, make sure you know these insider tips for booking a cheap break. And don’t forget to sign up to our travel deals newsletter.
19 Jul 19
The Sun
BRITS are increasingly choosing Turkey and Tunisia over the most popular destinations in Spain according to new data. While Spain remains the number one holiday spot for UK travellers overall, interest in resorts like Menorca and Costa Blanca have actually seen a fall compared to last year. Brits are looking for more bargain getaways That’s according to holiday comparison site TravelSupermarket, which looked at searches made on the site between January 1 to July 18 this year for holidays departing between May 1 and September 30 this year. Turkey has jumped up to fourth place from seventh last year, while Tunisia has jumped into 23 – up from 75 last year. These searches have translated into real bookings. Just a couple of months ago, Thomas Cook revealed how bookings for Turkey and Tunisia were both surging for the holiday provider. It’s no surprise, given how much Brits can get for their money in Turkey and Tunisia. In Turkey for example, a meal out for two can cost as little as £15 while beers are around £2. Tunisia is even cheaper for drinks, as beer costs around £1, and meals are around the same as in Turkey. It’s boosted by the fact that the FCO have lifted travel bans against both countries after terror attacks – in Sousse for Tunisia and in Istanbul for Turkey. They are also among the market leaders for all-inclusive holidays, which many experts have recommended to “lock-in” prices given Brexit uncertainty. And the trend looks set to continue thanks to increased capacity from big holiday firms. TURKISH DELIGHT Turkey holiday bookings are surging as sun-loving Brits take advantage of the cheap deals – but can it continue? The fluctuations in the value of the pound against the Euro has also increasingly pushed Brits to look elsewhere for cheap deals. So while Tenerife and Majorca have managed to hold on to their positions as top resorts for Brits, others have fallen out of favour. Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca (including Benidorm), Costa Brava, Ibiza, and Menorca have all seen a fall in interest, for example. Emma Coulthurst, travel commentator for TravelSupermarket, explained that Brits are predominantly looking for value this year. [bc_video video_id=”6060763590001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Duty free shopping receipt reveals passenger’s peronal details”] One example is the Algarve in Portugal, which has moved up in rankings. Emma explained: “It is not surprising to see more British interest in Portugal this year. Brits are realising that the country offers one of the best value holiday options within the Western Med for a beach holiday this year. “Prices are, on the whole, slightly cheaper than in nearby Spain; eating out in Faro tends to be around 15 per cent cheaper than in Alicante and even 10 per cent cheaper than Benidorm, one of the cheapest Spanish resorts. “A beer is likely to cost you £2.70 in Alicante but only around £1.60 in Faro and a glass of wine around £2.” [article-rail-section title=”Most read in travel” posts_category=”324″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this year, Sun Online Travel revealed the short haul destinations that are cheaper this year than last. If you’re still looking for a last minute getaway, make sure you know these insider tips for booking a cheap break. And don’t forget to sign up to our travel deals newsletter.