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Alaior Thursday Market - Here you will find a nice selection of local crafts, clothing, jewellery and leather goods. The perfect place to shop for presents and nearby Mahon holds this type of market on Tuesdays and Saturday. They also have a daily food market where you can purchase the famous locally made cheese.

The Village - Just stroll around this historic village for quaint little shops some specialising in leather, copper goods are well made in this town and of course look for shops with local produce and cheeses.

Coinga and La Payesa - Located just outside of Alaior are these two cheese producers who will give the visitor a tour of the factories and of course there is a shop for your purchases. You are bound to be tempted and have to return before you go home.

Alaior Beaches

Cala'n Porter - One of the nicest beaches on the island and Alaior's hangout for tanning, swimming and snorkelling. Long sandy stretches and lovely warm water combines with all the facilities of a well established holiday town.

Son Bou-San Jaime - The longest beach on Menorca and plenty of room to find your piece of paradise away from the crowds. Perfect for the family with a host of eating and drinking establishments on your doorstep. Windsurfing is popular here and equipment can be rented.

Alaior Restaurants and Bars

Alaior Restaurants

The Cobblers - San Macario, 6. This is an evening restaurant and is well situated in the centre of town. Tasty local specialities served in style at this busy place. On nice nights it's a pleasure to eat the tasty fare in the courtyard garden.

Sa Paissa - This large, airy, bright restaurant is on the beach of Calan Porter. Popular with holiday makers for good food at value prices. Open for all meals and catering for vegetarians and a separate Childrens menu. The spacious terrace is great to people watch.

The Village Pub - You are welcome here at any time of day and well into the night for the Best of British. (Spain wouldn't be the same without them) British people will hardly notice they have left home (Apart from the weather). Serving popular draughts and traditional pub grub. Plenty of fun at night with a regular programme.

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