Unforgettable mountain moments in unique natural landscapes: Salzburg Land is a paradise for outdoor activities with its beautiful lakes, waterfalls and majestic peaks. Take the cable car up, fortify yourself at a hut with fresh delicacies from the alpine pastures and then head back down to the valley in hiking boots - this is what your trip to Salzburg could look like. If that's not enough for you, why not explore Salzburg on a walking tour, visiting Mozart's birthplace and nibbling on Salzburger Nockerl.
In winter, numerous ski slopes attract visitors to the gorgeous winter scenery.
The destination offers an exciting mix of culture and exercise for every taste and at any time of year.
Dreamlike bays, beaches and rocky coasts form the landscape structure of the second largest Balearic island next to the mountains and hilly landscapes. In the north there are several natural harbors, including the largest natural harbor in Europe "Port de Maó", a very popular destination for many tourists, but also a meeting place for locals. Surfers meet at the stony beaches in the north, while the fine sandy beaches in the south are especially popular with beach vacationers and families. In terms of cuisine, guests can expect a selection of typical Menorcan products such as Queso Mahón-Menorca (cheese), Sobrasada (sausage) or even a Pomada (gin cocktail).
Because Menorca has been declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, there are neither bed castles nor mass tourism here. Nature lovers and hikers will enjoy the accessible routes up to the highest mountain on the island, Monte Toro, from which there is a priceless view of the whole of Menorca and the sea.
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