|About Sant Lluis|
Sant Lluis is quaint little village in the south-east of Minorca. While inland, it is still within easy reach of a number of beaches , three of which lie within five kilometres of the village.
Sant Lluis was originally built by the French after they took control of Menorca. The quaint streets are lined with white washed houses while the Neo-classical parish church dominates the main square. A Folk Museum is housed in a renovated 18th century windmill.
Sant Lluis has an Aero club at its own local airfield, where visitors can take aerial sightseeing tours of the island. A go-karting track is also located at the airfield, while trotting races take place on Sundays at the Hippodrome nearby.
There is a great selection of restaurants, bars and tapas bars in Sant Lluis. The town also celebrates its' own festival, the Feast of St. Luis, at the end of August.