Upon arriving at the Son Blanc farmhouse, when you first step on the path to the central building, your heart rate slows and time seems to have stopped. According to the owners of the resort, which is located between the towns of Alaior and Es Migjorn Gran, which is true for the whole of Menorca, Menorca In was listed as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO.
“Growing up in Menorca is like growing up in a sort of bubble where you don’t know where you live,” said Benedictine Leigh, daughter of Brit said Benedicta Linares Pierce. Realtor and farmer in Menorca. “You are like in heaven, every morning when you open the window, you find that everything is normal. In my case, until I was 17 years old and went to college , I just started to appreciate it.”
Exterior of Son Blanc Central Building.
On the other hand, for her husband, the visit to Menorca was a love manifested at first sight. He first discovered it in the summer of 1998, the same year he met his now wife during Erasmus in Tilburg, the Netherlands. “She showed me Menorca and, of course, I fell in love with it,” admits Benoît Pellegrini, who was born in Baden-Baden, Germany. “Not only because of the sea, but also because of the architecture, history, environment and people who live there.”