Menorca boasts more beaches than the rest of the Balearic Islands combined and has a much more relaxed character than the other islands too. Menorca is the place to visit if you simply want to relax, take a stroll along the marinas and soak up the stunning scenery – from secluded bays to rugged cliffs.


If you are a fan of watersports, why not visit Arenal D’en Castell? Or, if you are looking to entertain the family, head to Cala’n Forcat where you can enjoy great days out at the aqua park.

Amazing amount to do

Menorca is one of the smaller and less well known of the Balearic Islands, but don’t let its small size put you off, it packs quite an amazing amount to do into its small frame. The most westerly point in Spain plays hosts to a surprisingly large number of beaches, a pleasing number of which are relatively empty.


Playa De Binigaus and  Cala Mitjana are just a couple worth mentioning. Once off the beach, we recommend that you head to the town of Alaoir to nibble on some fresh local cheese or turn back time in the charming fishing village of Fornells.


Menorca enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with long hot summers, and shorter mild winters. The island sees around 300 days of sunshine per year. Summer is the best time to visit, keeping in mind that everybody thinks the same; be sure to book ahead if you are planning to visit in the summer; July and August are particularly busy.

Late spring and early autumn also experience fantastic weather and many might find the thinner crowds preferable.

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