Menorca, oh how we like you! In fact we love you. With your peaceful essence which is interrupted by the breaking of Mediterranean waves. With those landscapes that leave an everlasting postcard on the mind. With that magical spirit that captures each visitor in a cloud of beauty, culture and fun in the calm that makes you stand out from the rest.
For many, Menorca is that hidden paradise in which you can put your feet up in one of the truly heavenly coves which encompass a unique tranquility in addition to the island’s cultural style, traditions, activities and parties. Do you need some ideas for your trip to Menorca? No problem, we’ve taken care of everything. Just keep reading!
- A hotel in Cala en Bosch
Essential to start your adventure in Menorca. Our Marinda Garden is the ideal hotel to enjoy a getaway with your family, partner or friends where you can stay very close to one of the most prestigious Menorcan beaches. Luxury that combines all-inclusive services, very comfortable apartments, a swimming pool, restaurant, children’s water park, entertainment and a unique treatment.
- Top Coves and Beaches
As Menorca is it’s own little paradise, we provide you with a list of Menorca’s best covesso that you can fall in love with its fine white sand and crystal clear waters. Among the most popular are Cala en Bosch, Cala Turqueta, Cala Galdana, Cala Pregonda, Cala Mitjana and Son Saura. Apart from the first, all are located approximately 30 minutes away by car.
- A route through the towns
Because those white villages, so picturesque and charming in their own right, deserve to be discovered. In addition to visiting the legendary Ciutadella and Mahón, we recommend that you walk through the white streets of Binibeca and Fornells. A simply magical experience.
- Things that you just have to buy
No, we’re not going to tell you to buy an ensaimada, or cheese, or sobrasada, because that’s pretty standard on the list of most travellers. But we recommend that you get some of the Gin Xoriguer – typical of the holidays -, try some ‘avarcas’ (the typical sandal of Menorca) to walk around the island and make a stop at the market on the way down to the port of Ciutadella.
- Must See Monuments
Such as the emblematic Faváritx lighthouse, famous for its cinematic show, or s’Albufera des Grau, one of the most awe-inspiring natural environments on the island. La Cova d’en Xoroi, Monte Toro and Torre de Fornells are a few more attractions that you simply cannot miss during your trip. Not to mention the island’s great Talayotic heritage.
- Unmissable Parties
Such as the illustrious fiestas of Sant Joan in Menorca. A spectacle featuring activities, culture, shows and tradition that you just must attend once in your life. Celebrated the week starting the 24th June, these festivities occupy a very special place in the calendar of all Minorcans… and many others from around the globe! Other important parties can be found in Es Mercadal, Mahón and Ferreries, amongst others.
The best way to refresh yourself after a few days of partying is, without a doubt, to throw yourself into some sports. Menorca is famous for its Camí de Cavalls, the 360 tour of the island that can be done on foot, by bicycle and on horseback. A very dynamic activity that will show you an alternative outlook of the island.
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