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Atardecer de Pont d

Five things to do Menorca

  • Camí de Cavalls: Add dynamism to your holidays in Menorca by following this trail on foot, by bicycle or horseback to discover the whole island.

  • Kayaking routes or boat trips: The best way to enjoy the most inaccessible places on the island, like cliffs, virgin coves and the hundreds of secret caves.

  • Stargazing: Menorca shines at night as well. Head to one of the virgin beaches or one of the seven lighthouses and discover the sea of stars the island offers.

  • Sunset at Pont d' en Gil: Wherever you go in Menorca, you'll always find a good place to watch the sun go down, but the best spot of all is probably near Ciutadella: a hanging bridge carved out of the cliff. You can reach it on foot or by bike along the Camí de Cavalls.

  • Visit the seven lighthouses of Menorca: The island is home to quite a few lighthouses and they're all worth visiting. Make a list of them and then start crossing them off: Cap d’Artrutx, Cavalleria, Punta Nati, Favàritx, Illa de l’Aire, Sa Farola, Punta Sant Carles.

  • Toro Viewpoint: Leave the sea behind and head into the heart of Menorca - it's time to make an excursion to the highest point of the island, located at an altitude of 358m. You'll be able to see the outline of the entire island, and on a clear day the island of Mallorca as well.

Playa de las Tejitas

Which are the best beaches in Menorca?

Menorca has thousands of beaches that are well worth visiting, but these are some of the ones you cannot miss if you travel to this island.
  • Cala Pregonda: After you leave the car at the free car park, you'll have a 35-minute walk to reach this cove of reddish sand and calm, turquoise sea. It's so beautiful that Mike Oldfield chose it as the cover for one of his albums.

  • Cala Tortuga: This is one of the most idyllic little coves on the island, with the crystal-clear waters that Menorca is famous for. You'll need to check how to reach it because in recent years access by private car has been restricted.

  • Macarella and Macarelleta: These are the gorgeous beaches that you've seen a thousand times in postcards and advertisements for Menorca: white sand, turquoise waters, cliffs and pine forests. They get very busy in the summer but are truly unmissable.

  • Cala Mitjana and Mitjaneta: Like the previous ones, they can be quite crowded so if you're visiting the island in the summer you'll need to get up early to find a quiet spot. Idyllic and easy to reach, they make a great day out.

  • Cala Turqueta: Menorca's most famous cove always draws comparisons with the Caribbean. To reach it, you'll have a 10-minute walk after you leave the car but it's an easy path and there's a little bar at the car park.

Binibeca Vell

On a getaway to Menorca you can't afford to miss the beaches, but between one stretch of sand and the next it's well worth visiting these towns.
  • Ciutadella: The old capital of Menorca has a charming medieval historic centre, with elegant houses along the narrow streets, picturesque little squares and a lovely harbour. Book a table at one of the excellent restaurants to enjoy freshly caught fish.

  • Mahón: This is the capital of the island, built on a long natural inlet that is now the port. If you want to find out more about the history of the island, a visit to Mahón is essential.

  • Es Castell: This former British military town has preserved its English flavour, most notably in the reddish-coloured walls of the buildings. It's the easternmost town on the island and of the whole of Spain, which means that you will see the glorious spectacle of the sun rising over the sea.

  • Binibeca Vell: On your trip to Menorca you cannot miss a visit to Binibeca Vell. The loveliest town on the entire island is actually a development that was designed and built in 1972. All the houses are unique but they have one thing in common: they imitate the old whitewashed fishermen's cottages that are typical of Menorca. Take a stroll through the narrow streets and imagine what it would be like to live here.

  • Fornells: One delightful aspect of a holiday in Menorca is trying the excellent local cuisine. And the great attraction of Fornells is precisely the lobster stew. That alone is well worth a visit to this town, especially if you follow up your meal with a gentle stroll through the charming narrow streets lined with whitewashed houses.


¿Cuál es la mejor época para viajar a Menorca?

Viajar a Menorca es recomendable durante todo el año gracias a sus agradables temperaturas también en los meses de invierno.Si lo que quieres es disfrutar de sus playas y calas desde mayo hasta casi octubre podrás hacerlo y el resto del año aprovecha para conocer todo lo que su naturaleza te ofrece a través de rutas, senderos y excursiones por tierra o mar.

¿Cómo llegar a Mahón desde el aeropuerto?

Mahón está solamente a 5km y para llegar a él con comodidad tienes varias opciones:

  • alquila tu propio coche: escoge nuestro paquete de vuelo + coche en Menorca y visita la isla a tu aire y sin preocupaciones.
  • en autobús: la opción más barata. Coge línea 10 para llegar en 15 minutos al centro de la capital, los autobuses pasan cada 30 minutos.
  • en taxi: los encontrarás a la salida de la terminal de llegadas. Un servicio de taxi hasta Mahón cuesta unos 15 euros.

Comparado con el resto de Europa Madrid es una ciudad barata, asequible para pasar unos días y poder disfrutar de ella. Con una calidad precio sin igual en alojamientos y con muchísima oferta gastronómica y de calidad para todos los bolsillos.

¿Qué hacer en Menorca en temporada baja?

Si eres amante de la naturaleza y la tranquilidad, debes viajas a Menorca a partir de octubre, cuando los grandes hoteles, playas y urbanizaciones se vacían y Menorca se encuentra en pleno esplendor para realizar excursiones por el Camí de Cavalls, observar aves en el parque natural de S'Albufera de Es Grau o realizar rutas gastronómicas degustando todas sus especialidades como la sobrasada, la ginebra o la caldereta de langosta.

¿Es Menorca buena para salir de fiesta?

Aunque es posiblemente la isla mas tranquila de todo el archipiélago Balear, en una vacaciones en Menorca no falta el ocio nocturno. En los puertos de Mahón y Ciutadella es donde se concentran la mayor parte de los pubs y bares de la isla pero también podrás encontrar discotecas dispersas por toda su geografía.

¿En cuántos días se ve Menorca?

Para poder conocer la isla a fondo y disfrutar de todos sus parajes, playas y pueblos remoendamos 7 días en la isla pero tmabién es una isla capaz de hacerte cambiar el chip en una pequeña escapada de 4 días de relax, sol y playa. Reserva ya tu vuelo + hotel en Menorca y comienza a soñar con tus vacaciones en Menorca.

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