1.) Varied museums landscape
If you decide to buy a villa or apartment in Menorca, you can visit numerous museums scattered throughout the island. Originally a mill, the Museo Etnológico Molí de Dalt in Sant Lluis, in addition to contemporary photographs, has a collection of gadgets and tools that have been used for field work in different eras.
The Museo del Museo del Pintor Torrent is located in the old town of Ciutadella and is dedicated to the painter José Torrent (1904-1990) born here. On site, around 100 of his paintings are exhibited. The painter's personal objects, his mark as a representative of the impressionism and the expressionism era, are items you can examine here.
In Menorca, the capital of Maó, there is the Museu d'Història Natural de l'Ateneu de Maó Museum.
The Natural History Museum has various archives on the flora and fauna of the island. In addition to an exhibition of prepared birds, it also has a large collection of mollusks and algae.
This is just a selection of the museums you can visit as the future owner of a property in Menorca. Make sure to visit the ever changing exhibitions that the museums have to offer! Surely there will an exhibition for your taste.
2.) Be part of the gallery scene!
If you love to spend your time in galleries, Menorca is the perfect location for your new villa or apartment.
View the exhibited works of local and foreign artists in one of the island's many galleries; for example, in the gallery Kroma in Maó, the El Pino Cellars Galeria d'Art in Es Castell, the gallery xibau in Ferreries, the gallery Encant in Maó, the gallery Artara in Maó or the gallery Retaxa in Ciutadella.
3.) Read in your property, cozy cafes or the library!
Do you enjoy spending your free time reading, but you do not want to buy every single book that interests you? Public libraries are abundant in Menorca. For example, visit the public libraries in Alaior, Es Castell, Ciutadella, Ferreries, Fornells, Maó, Es Mercadal, Es Migjorn Gran or Sant Lluís and immerse yourself in new worlds of reading!