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Highlights in Menorca
- Picture-perfect beaches
- Yummy delicacies
- A wine destination
- Stunning sunsets and sunrises
- Fantastic offer of water sports
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Villas in Menorca
Menorca is an island of natural treasures, a relaxed atmosphere and dream-like beaches. If you are travelling with your family, Cala Fornells is a quiet fishing village with a protected bay, ideal for children. Cala Galdana, with shallow waters, lots of activities for the whole family and all the services is the perfect place to enjoy a fantastic time in one of the prettiest bays of the island. As a couple, you can have a romantic getaway in Cala en Porter, Maó or Binibeca. To finish a fantastic day, enjoy the lively nightlife along the harbour of Maó and Ciutadella, where there are plenty of restaurants and cocktail bars.Fantastic villas by the sea
If you are planning a trip with your family or your friends and you are looking for a spacious villa by the sea, nothing better than Menorca. Along the main coastal resorts of the island you can choose from a wide array of traditional and modern villas with exclusive amenities. Choose properties with garden, swimming pool, jacuzzi and lovely patios to enjoy dinings al fresco. Admire the morning views from the comfort of your lounge. Close to the beautiful beaches, ports and stunning hidden coves, a villa in Menorca is the perfect place to enjoy you dream holidays.
Travellers and activities
The well preserved coastline of Menorca is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Menorca, making it a natural paradise with stunning beaches and coves that will leave you in awe. The north and west of the island host the more secluded and stunning beaches: Cala Macarella, Cala Macarelleta, Cala Turqueta, Cala Mitjana or Cala en Bosch, which are natural gems surrounded by spectacular cliffs. The south of the island offers long, sandy beaches like Cala en Porter and Binidalí as well as the family-friendly beaches of Cala Galdana, Son Bou, Punta Prima and SantoTomás.Menorca for wine lovers
Wine lovers can enjoy a unique experience visiting Bodegas Binifadet, a beautiful high-quality winery with a rustic brick interior that creates a romantic and warm atmosphere. Take a guided tour of the vineyards for two, see the wines first hand, how they are prepared and stored and culminate your visit with the tasting of 3 delicious wines paired with cheese and wine jam. All the products are grown naturally, keeping sustainable methods that give Menorca its status as a Biosphere Reserve.
Did you know Menorca is the first place in Spain to see both the sunrise and the sunset?
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Some places can turn into an unforgettable memory and Cova d’en Xoroi is one of them. This is a unique club perched on a cliff with stunning views over the Mediterranean and it welcomes you step after step as you descend the wonderful stairway carved in the cliff. As you reach the terraces you can enjoy a drink admiring the sea or wait until the sun sets and offers you a unique show of colours. As the night arrives, you can dance to the best music played by extraordinary DJs so let your hair down and dance the night away in an incomparable setting.2. Taste the exquisite cuisine
Menorca, together with the rest of the Balearic Islands bases its cuisine on the Mediterranean diet where fish and local produce is the base of different recipes. Try the delicious caldereta, cuixot, flaó and sobrassada. Have some Maó cheese and the well known Pomada and Xoriguer Gin. Go to the main square in Maó and get some tasty ensaimada from “La Mejor”. Indulge yourself and enjoy Menorcan style delicacies!3. Catch the first and last rays of light
Admiring the sun rising up in the horizon, making the ocean glitter is a unique show for your senses. In Menorca you will be amongst the privileged ones to see the sunrise before anyone else does in the rest of Spain. The sky will gradually show different shades of yellow, orange and red until the blue sky completely lights up. To end a perfect day in Menorca, catch the sunset from Cala Porter, Cova d’en Xoroi, Mirador del Mediterrani or Mirador La Fi del Món. Bring your camera and capture beautiful images of these natural scenes.4. Discover Menorca by foot
The best way to explore the unspoilt beauty of Menorca is walking the 115 mile trail that runs along the whole perimeter of the island. This path is known as “Camí de Cavalls”, meaning “horse path” and most of the staircases and barriers have been reconstructed, giving access to remote beaches, hidden coves and panoramic views.5. Go on a Jeep Safari
Touring the island on a 4x4 Nissan Patrol is an original way to explore the island. Go through back roads, off-limits sites and wooded areas with experienced guides that will give you all the insides of the island. You can choose different types of routes and experiences including stops for lunch and time to relax and take a dip into the sea, looking for animals and plants or travel the coast looking for breathtaking landscapes.6. Visit the most important cities
Ciutadella and Maó are two of the main cities of the island. The capital, Maó, is an urban centre with a busy harbour, lovely bars and seafront restaurants, a casino and a historic old part with incredible architecture. Ciutadella is also a busy city with lovely shops and entertainment as well as beautiful beaches and a historic past. Stroll around the narrow streets, have an ice cream at the beach or visit the churches and historic monuments.. Discover the island through two of their most important cities.7. Enjoy the Mediterranean
Menorca's beaches are not only perfect for swimming and sunbathing, but also for water sports such as windsurfing, sailing, skiing, diving and scuba diving. Especially for the latter. And it is that the crystalline waters of the beaches of the island offer the possibility of enjoying the life that is hidden under the surface of the sea in all its splendour. Do you think you will have time to get bored?