This October, the island of Llatzeret, in the port of Maó, is hosting an internationally renowned artistic event that wants to be a creative refuge for restless souls.
And from Sant Joan de Binissaida we want to offer, also during your stay in Menorca, the favorable environment to find this creative state of mind.
Thus, we have created together with the Quarantine team -of which you can find more information here-, the Quarantine Pack. But, let us start at the beginning.
What is Quarantine?
What if I told you that there is a private island, run by artists, in the heart of the Mediterranean? With free beer and no cell phones? Quarantine is an art events label run by leading artists in Menorca, Spain.
It is a community of artists, art lovers, and open-minded humans.
They offer what academic education, by its very nature and purpose, cannot.
provide: progress as an artist, not as an art student. The October 2023 edition will be led by the mentors Lita Cabellut, Guillermo Lorca, Vincent Desiderio, Martin Wittfooth, Miles Johnston, Ryan Heshka, and Kirsten Anderson, and will take place on the island of Llatzeret, a few minutes drive from Sant Joan de Binissaida.
The Sant Joan de Binissaida Quarantine Pack
The artistic concerns of Sant Joan de Binissaida extend in this case to the Lazareto, offering accommodation for the students chosen from the program. Here is what we offer to those who have been selected and want to book their stay with us:
- 8 nights with accommodation and breakfast (from October 15 to 23)
- Early breakfast from 7 in the morning to get to the port of Cales Fonts - possibility take away breakfast
- Transfer from the hotel to Cales Fonts (departure in the morning at 8 and return by night at 10:30 p.m., approximate time)
- Transfer from the airport to the hotel (subject to availability)
- Late snack in the room
And all for €1,130 if you come alone in a single room. Or €790 per person if you come accompanied, in a double room stay.
Have you been chosen to participate in Quarantine and want to stay in Sant Joan de Binissaida? Click here, where you will find all the information.