Calm, sun and sea
The spectacular island of Menorca, located in the Balearic archipelago, is known for its beaches and its large coves of impressive beauty. It is an ideal destination for all people looking for a peaceful break; with almost perfect climatic conditions during the four seasons of the year, ideal to extend your holidays in the sun.
Menorca has many options to enjoy the sun and the sea. The perfect holidays on the island are made up of more cultural visits and leisure activities such as sightseeing in hidden coves and boat trips, finding beaches with clean and crystal clear waters, charming towns and cities ideal to enjoy
Places of interest
- Cala Turqueta
- Cala Macarella y Macarelleta
- Cala Galdana
- Cala d’en Bosch
- Son Xoriguer
- Cala Escorxada
- Sa Mesquida
- Cala Cavalleria
- Es Mercadal
- Es Castell
- Naveta des Tudons
- Torre d’en Galmés
A unique environment to discover.
The island of Menorca has beaches with beautiful and impressive features. We can find white sands surrounded by a great abundance of green areas, crystal clear waters and the sun shines almost all-year-long. Besides, Menorca’s coastline offers splendid and dazzling landscapes, which encourage the practice of sport, excursions, bicycle rides, or discover places that will leave you speechless.
Among the most famous beaches we find: Cala Turqueta, Cala Macarella (and Macarelleta), Cala Galdana, Cala Pregonda, Cala Mitjana (and Mitjaneta), Playas de Algaiarens, Cala Morell, Cala Escorxada, Cala den Bosch and Playa Son Xoriguer.
Cradle of the Balearic Islands’ prehistoric culture.
The island of Menorca has one of the most impressive archaeological remains in Europe, more than two thousand years old, known as: Taula i Talaiot of Trepucó. In addition, thanks to the incorporation of Menorca to the English crown, to which it belonged for 70 years, you can see how the population adopted and maintains today features such as the architectural style.
In Menorca there are a variety of important museums such as the Museum of Menorca, the Espai Rovellar or the Olivar House/Palacio Olivar.
You can also learn about the history of the island through its festivals, such as the festivities of Sant Joan, in June, the most popular in Ciutadella. During the festivities, skilled riders and beautiful horses take to the streets bringing a fusion of tradition, fun and spectacle that you can not miss.
Your place in the Mediterranean.
Menorca is much more than impressive beaches and coves. It also has spectacular, picturesque cities and towns full of culture, protected natural spaces and an unbeatable standard of living, making it the perfect place to live and also to go on holiday.
Mahón – the capital – and Ciutadella are among the most attractive areas for visitors, with incredible streets famous for their old town, thus maintaining their medieval and charming streets, open to an important cultural activity. But beyond the two main cities, Menorca is full of incredible fishing villages, white houses and cobbled streets. Binibeca, Fornells and Mercadal, for example, are unique and beautiful villages that you won’t want to leave.