Menorca is an island bathed in sunshine and blessed with so many beautiful beaches, coves and pristine landscapes. It’s also a place to experience away from the beach – full of history, cycle and walking trails combined with traditional charms.
It’s worth taking the time to visit both Mahón and Ciutadella – both beautiful old cities but each with bags of unique character. Think medieval towns centred on cathedrals, plus former naval ports. For a spectacular panoramic view of the island, amble up Monte Toro, or simply stick to cobbled streets
With lots of picturesque resorts you will be spoilt for choice but here’s a quite look at our Top 3.
Cala N Bosch is home to a beautiful marina is at the centre of everything and with a sandy beach right around the corner – these are just two reasons why Cala’n Bosch draws crowds all year round.
Cala N Porter is free of hustle and bustle, Cala’n Porter boasts one of the oldest beaches in all of Menorca, and it’s still a superb, sun-blessed pick.
Cala N Blanes is spread across the rocky west coast of Menorca, Cala’n Blanes introduces you to a vibrant pocket of the island.