Clip clop through Menorca's history: A horse riding tour is the only way to circumnavigate the Balearic island

While we British were busy arguing the pros and cons of the new HS2 rail link, the citizens of Menorca were discussing their own important transport matter.
Namely, the merits of reopening an ancient route designed to allow horses and their riders to circumnavigate the island.
Built in the 1300s to connect the Spanish island’s defensive watchtowers, the Cami de Cavalls path (‘way of horses’) had sat unused and unloved, and was falling into disrepair until the decision was taken in 2010 to do something about it.
You can walk the path if you insist, but really there’s only one way to explore... read more

25 November 2017 in Travel, Views: 61
Source: Daily Mail

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