Gastronomy

Minorca’s gastronomy is a delicious mix of the various civilisations that have made the island their home over the centuries. Naturally, it includes a number of exquisite fish and shellfish dishes such as its hallmark caldereta de langosta (lobster casserole). Among the many superb cured meats, carnixua (a spicy pork sausage), camot or cuixot (a fatty sausage similar to black pudding) and sobrassada (a soft, mild sausage) are probably the finest. Mahon cheese, which is appreciated by lovers of fine food all around the world, is made from cow’s milk and holds a designation of origin.

The island is also known for its gin, made using traditional methods from grapes and flavoured with juniper berries.

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