The island of Menorca is one of the most beautiful and wild of all the Balearic Islands. With a population that almost reaches 100,000 inhabitants and an area of 692 km2, Menorca receives this name because it is the smaller of the two Gimnesias islands (Majorca is bigger) and this was how the Romans decided to name the island. It belongs to the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. The most important cities of Menorca are Ciutadella and Mahón, both very tourist friendly.
In addition to its incredible beaches and coves, - then we will talk about them - in Menorca there are many points of natural and cultural interest that you can visit.
For starters, a visit to Ciutadella is a must. Here we recommend you visit Menorca Cathedral: Menorca's most important Gothic building. Dating from the 13th and 14th centuries on an ancient mosque, is Plaza del Borne and Plaza de la Esplanada: one next to the other.
The Castillo de San Nicolás, built in the 18th century to defend the port of the city, the Municipal Museum of Ciudadela and of course the Port of Ciutadella, although be careful not to be caught by the famous "rissaga".
Another visit not to be missed if you are in Menorca is Mahon. Mahon is the capital of Menorca and its port is considered one of the best natural harbors in the world. In Mahon, be sure to visit the Fortress of La Mola, the Museum of Minorca, with objects from the prehistoric period, the Town Hall, where you can see the clock brought by the English governor Richard Kane
Menorca must be something close to paradise. With a lot of Mediterranean vegetation, turquoise waters and fine sand, there are a thousand paths to get lost (really, you have to be careful not to get lost in the mountain of Menorca, which is easy if you let yourself be driven by adventure) . There are plenty of beaches and beautiful coves, but also history, villages and gastronomy to discover and enjoy in Menorca. So much so, that the population of the island is multiplied in summer, due to the attendance of tourists.
If there is something spectacular in Menorca, they are its beaches. We would not get tired of recommending this beautiful oasis to you. Pay attention:
Cala Turqueta One of the most famous beaches and it’s not surprising, its turquoise waters are spectacular.
La cala Macarella It looks like a postcard-like beach. In fact, surely you have seen it in some representative postcard of Menorca.
Cala Pregonda It is famous for its reddish color and rocky appearance.
Cala en Porter: Due to its natural features, it is one of the most impressive coves in Menorca.
Calan Bosch If you are looking for a nice cove, comfortable and close to town, Calan Bosch is what you are looking for.
Playa de Santo Tomás You will find it in Es Migjorn Gran, it forms part of a U-shaped sea entrance which accompanies the beaches of San Adeodato and Binigaus.
Without a doubt we would go now to spend a holiday in a villa, chalet or house with private pool in Menorca. And we cannot think of a more idyllic vacation idea than going to Menorca. Renting a villa with a private swimming pool or a house or chalet, especially if you go in as a couple, but also if you go with children or with a group of friends, it’s a perfect option to enjoy the freedom offered by a private villa, to be free of schedules, and enjoy the pool whenever you want, it also allows you to cook during your vacations and relaxation after a long day at the beach. In Menorca there are several residential areas where you will find many holiday homes, villas and independent chalets. On our website we offer a great variety of fantastic villas in Menorca so that you can enjoy an unforgettable holiday in Menorca with friends or with the whole family.