The 17 Best Things to Do in Menorca (Bucket List)
You want to visit Menorca and you’re looking for the best places to visit?
You’re at the right place!
In order to help you plan your stay, I have prepared this guide of the 17 best things to do in Menorca, with all the must-see attractions of the island.
In this article, I will tell you everything about Menorca’s must-see attractions, the most beautiful beaches, the best boat trips, and all the activities you can do on the island.
In addition, I will also give you all my best tips as well as my list of the best accomodations depending on your budget.
So, what are the best things to do in Menorca? Where to stay?
Let’s find out!
- The 17 Best Things to Do in Menorca (Bucket List)
- Visit Menorca: The 17 Best Places to Visit and Must-See Attractions
- 1. Mahon
- 2. La Mola Fortress
- 3. Ciutadella
- 4. The most beautiful beaches and coves of Menorca
- 5. Boat trip in Menorca
- 6. Diving in Menorca
- 7. Best activities to do in Menorca
- 8. The Cami de Cavalls – Hiking in Menorca
- 9. The Monte Toro Lookout
- 10. The Most Beautiful Villages of Menorca
- 11. The Lighthouses to See in Menorca
- 12. S’Albufera des Grau Natural Park
- 13. Pont d’en Gill
- 14. Visiting Menorca: the Talayotic sites
- 15. Cycling in Menorca
- 16. Sampling Menorca’s gastronomy
- 17. The Best Hotels in Menorca
- Best things to do in Menorca: The Tourist Map
- Rent a boat in Menorca
- You’re traveling to Menorca? These articles will help you !
- Visit Menorca: The 17 Best Places to Visit and Must-See Attractions
Visit Menorca: The 17 Best Places to Visit and Must-See Attractions
Let’s kick off this tourist guide to Menorca with the capital: Mahon.
The city, nestled in the southeastern corner of Menorca, is particularly charming, especially its historic heart. It’s just a treat to amble through its adorable pedestrian-friendly streets. You’ll be spoiled for choice with all the boutiques, cozy cafes, and dining spots that you’ll come across.
I particularly recommend a stroll through Carrer de ses Moreres where you’ll also find the Menorca tourism office, Carrer de Hannover, and Carrer Nou.
Places of interest to visit in Mahon:
- The Mercat del Claustre: a really cute market with shops located under arcades and a terrace in the old church cloister
- The Fish Market (“mercat des Peix”): divided into 2 parts, it has stalls of fresh fish and a gourmet market selling beautifully presented and very appetizing tapas
- The Museum of Menorca on the history of the island. It is located in the old Sant Francesc Church.
- The portal of Sant Roc: built in the 14th century, it’s the only remaining gate of the old city walls. It is flanked by two towers of different heights.
- The Santa Maria Church and its rather impressive organ made up of over 3,200 pipes
- The Ca’n Oliver: This remarkable art and history center, housed in a beautiful 1800s house, presents a collection of maps and period furniture that vividly depict the story of the city.
Departing from the port located below the old town, you should make the most of your stay in Menorca by taking a one-hour mini-cruise in Mahon Bay.
You’ll get beautiful views of the colonial houses, coves, small islands, and the Mola fortress (I’ll talk about it next). You’ll enjoy historical and cultural commentary to enrich your understanding of the area.
Book your boat trip to Mahon by clicking the green button below:
2. La Mola Fortress
The La Mola Fortress is one of the absolute must-sees in Menorca.
It was built in 1850, at the very tip of Mahon port, to defend it against various European powers when they realized that the island had become a real strategic enclave, both commercially and militarily.
Today, you can fully visit this huge, well-preserved fortress and explore the many underground passages. Throughout your visit, you’ll also enjoy beautiful views of the coast.
It’s even become one of the main tourist attractions in Menorca!
Practical information for visiting La Mola Fortress:
- Entry fee is €8 per person.
- You can choose to rent an audioguide for an extra charge or scan the QR codes scattered around (free) for all the explanations about the fortress’s history and the buildings you’ll see.
- Allow about 2.5 hours for the visit because the site is really big and be prepared to walk in full sunlight.
- You can also rent golf carts to explore the outdoors.
Opening hours can be found on the official website.
To continue with the list of the most beautiful places to visit in Menorca, head to Ciutadella.
Once the capital until the 18th century, the island’s second-largest city rests on the western coast, facing Mahon.
It has a really lovely historic center with beautiful quaint buildings, several squares and churches, and bourgeois houses with beautiful facades.
Must-sees in Ciutadella during your trip to Menorca:
- Es Born Square where you’ll find an obelisk and one of the most beautiful buildings: the city hall
- The viewpoint (mirador) located behind the town hall offering a superb view of the port
- Ses Voltes: the main shopping street with its lovely shops under the arches
- The Cathedral of Ciutadella in typical Catalan Gothic style
- The many palaces and manor houses: the Olivar palace, the Casa Squella, the Vivo palace
- The small fish market where you can taste fresh fish and seafood
- The port of Ciutadella for the view of the city and the monuments.
4. The most beautiful beaches and coves of Menorca
Wondering where to go for a beach day in Menorca?
That’s an easy one: pretty much anywhere.
The 200 km Menorcan coastline boasts no less than 100 beaches and coves! With white sands and turquoise waters, they’re all simply stunning and provide a slice of paradise for a swim.
Unlike Mallorca, which is much more urbanized, most coves are wild and untouched, free from any visible construction, and we all absolutely love that.
I’ll spare you the list of all 100 – that would be a bit of a bore – but here’s my selection of the most beautiful beaches to enjoy a swim in Menorca:
- Cala Mesquida: A lovely sandy beach bordered by a small cape. It’s the nearest beach to Mahon.
- Es Grau beach: Its calm, shallow waters make it the ideal beach for families with children in Menorca.
- Sa Caleta: A beautiful cove with turquoise and shallow waters. Absolutely breathtaking with a great view of the tower.
- Cala en Brut: A fantastic place, but there’s no actual beach here. There are several concrete platforms built for sunbathing, jumping directly into the water, or accessing the water via ladders. Popular with the local younger crowd.
- Son Bou beach: The longest beach on the island.
- Cala Algaiarens: A lovely wild beach in the shape of a double cove bordered by dunes and pine trees. Just a 5-minute walk from the parking lot.
- The 4 coves of Binimel, the most famous of which is Pregonda. A beautiful walk takes you through the coves with striking color contrasts between the red rocks, trees, ochre sand, and blue water.
- Cala Mitjana: A superb beach in a cove with very clear water. Easily accessible via a 1.2 km trail from the parking lot. This beach easily made it into my top 5 most stunning spots during my Menorca road trip!
- Cala en Turqueta: Nestled in the pine forest and accessible after a 1 km walk, it’s also one of the prettiest in my humble opinion.
- Cala Macarella and Macarelleta: Very similar to Cala en Turqueta.
- Cala de Binidali: A very small, peaceful cove with crystal clear water.
- Es Calo Blanc: A tiny cove with fine sand and turquoise water, with a few rocks to lounge on.
- Cavalleria beach bordered by clay hills.
5. Boat trip in Menorca
You can’t possibly plan a trip to Menorca without at least one boat excursion.
A sea trip with swimming stops is the best way to access some coves and discover the most beautiful corners of the island.
Since there are a lot of different outings, I’ve prepared my selection of the best boat excursions in Menorca to help you choose.
But remember, you’ll need to book well in advance to secure a spot as these cruises are among the most popular tourist activities on the island. You can make reservations by clicking on the orange links or the green buttons.
The most beautiful boat outings in Menorca (south coast):
- A full-day cruise to discover the most beautiful coves on the south coast of Menorca: Son Saura, Cala en Turqueta, Cala Macarella, and Cala Macarelleta.
Departing from Ciutadella port, you’ll first head to Son Saura for 2 hours of swimming. Then, you’ll enjoy a delicious paella served on board accompanied by a glass of sangria, before setting off for a second 1.5-hour swimming stop at Cala Turqueta.
For me, this is the best boat excursion in Menorca because it allows you to see all the most famous coves in the area in one day, something that isn’t really possible by car or on foot.
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- 3.5-hour cruise to Son Saura, Es Talaier, Turqueta, Macarella, Macarelleta, Mitjana, Trebaluger, Fustam, and Escorxada + 2 stops of 30 min for a swim + tapas – Departing from Cala Galdana.
- 2-hour glass-bottom boat excursion from Cala Galdana + 1 hour of swimming.
- 2-hour sea trip on a small boat that can accommodate a maximum of about ten people – Passing by the South coves and a short break for a swim. Also departs from Cala Galdana.
- 3.5-hour boat trip from Cala’n Bosch including 1 hour of snorkeling.
- Sunset boat trip with a complimentary cocktail – From Cala’n Bosh – An excellent choice of activity to do in Menorca as a couple!
The best boat excursions in Menorca (north coast – all departures are from Fornells):
- Catamaran cruise along Menorca’s north coast. Small-group excursion that accommodates up to 10 passengers and offers a friendly crew, a refreshing snorkeling stop, and complimentary unlimited drinks.
- Full-day sailing excursion to beaches only accessible by boat + lunch included – Paddle and snorkeling equipment provided.
- 3.5-hour cruise on the beaches of the north coast, towards Cap Cavalleria + swimming at Cala Pregonda.
- Fast boat excursion – 3h – 2 snorkeling stops + aperitif featuring local cheese and cold cuts.
- Llaut Cruise, a traditional wooden boat from the Balearic Islands – Small group – If you’re wondering what to do in Menorca with friends or family, this is the perfect boat excursion! Local appetizers and drinks are included!
- 3-hour sunset sea trip – Fast boat.
- Sunset sailboat cruise
- Private boat excursion in Menorca at sunset
6. Diving in Menorca
Make the most of your Menorca getaway and embark on an incredible adventure: scuba diving.
If you’ve never dived before, I highly recommend using your visit to Menorca to do a dive initiation. You’ll take a brief theory lesson before choosing your equipment and boarding the boat to go diving in the marine reserve located in the North of the island.
The reserve is home to a variety of species including groupers, scorpionfish, octopuses, and lobsters.
The initiation I’ve selected for you is a real proper dive initiation, meaning you’ll spend about an hour underwater with your instructor.
The diving center is located 20 minutes north of Mahon.
Book your diving initiation in Menorca by clicking on the button below:
If you’d rather try this activity in the southern region of Menorca, you have a variety of exciting excursions to choose from:
For those who are already certified divers, here is a list of the most beautiful diving spots in Menorca:
- Cagaires: a set of natural galleries on 3 levels
- S’Embut de S’Algar and its 2 connected caves
- Cap del Bisbe to spot barracudas
- Llosa dels Ocellers filled with tunnels and caves
- Pont d’en Gil: a 200-meter long cave full of stalactites and stalagmites
- The wreck of Francisquita, a Spanish cargo ship that sank in 1952
- The wreck of the steamship, the Malakoff.
7. Best activities to do in Menorca
Discover my selection of the best activities you’ll find in Menorca!
If you want more details about each of them (prices, duration, reservations), feel free to click on the orange links below:
- Jet ski excursion on the north coast of Menorca – Duration 1h
- Snorkeling trip to the caves of Macarella and the stunning cove of Cala Trebaluger, in the south of Menorca. You will be taken to the snorkeling sites by boat from Cala Galdana.
- 2-hour snorkeling trip in the marine reserve
- Kayaking excursion with an instructor from Fornells (north). Pass under the cliffs, into the caves, and stop for a swim at S’Arenelet beach.
- Kayak tour of the cliffs and caves of the south, from Cala en Porter
- Guided kayak excursion at sunset from Fornells
- Kayak rental (from 1 hour to a full day)
- 2-hour paddle board trip with an instructor, in the bay of Fornells
- Paddle board rental
- One-day 4×4 off-road excursion that takes you both on established tracks and off the beaten path.
- Horse riding: several riding centers organize rides along the Cami de Cavalls.
8. The Cami de Cavalls – Hiking in Menorca
Visiting Menorca on foot is also one of the best ways to discover stunning landscapes and reach the most beautiful coves on the island.
The most famous hiking trail in Menorca is the Cami de Cavalls (or GR223) which allows you to go all around Menorca on foot along the coastline.
Stretching across a length of 185 km, it is divided into 20 stages, ranging from 5 to 14 km each. For those aiming to hike the entire route, it typically requires 10 days of walking* when commencing from Mahon and following the trail counterclockwise.
Of course, you don’t have to walk the whole trail, you can also explore it on shorter hikes in Menorca and reach your favorite coves.
I had a wonderful time strolling along the section that stretches from Binimel to Pregonda and also the one from Son Saura beach to Cala Trebaluger.
*Note that the Cami de Cavalls can also be explored by bike or on horseback.
9. The Monte Toro Lookout
One of the key highlights of Menorca is the highly recommended ascend to the Monte Toro viewpoint.
The highest point on the island, at 358 meters high, offers a wonderful panorama over much of Menorca and Fornells Bay. And if fortune favors you with a clear sky, you might even catch a glimpse of Menorca’s sister island, Mallorca.
The Monte Toro viewpoint is located in the center of the island and is a quick 5-minute drive from the village of Es Mercadal.
On-site, you’ll discover complimentary parking, a charming restaurant/café with a terrace offering splendid views, a souvenir shop, and the sanctuary of the Virgin (the patron saint of Menorca).
10. The Most Beautiful Villages of Menorca
You simply cannot miss some of the charming and picturesque villages in Menorca, such as:
- Sant Climent with its cute little church sporting a yellow and white facade
- Es Castell and its fishing harbor lined with some of the island’s top restaurants to enjoy fresh fish and seafood
- Sant Lluis also home to cracking eateries for dining in Menorca: pop into La Caraba and Sa Pedrera des Pujols. I’d also recommend a stop at Bodegas Binifadet, where you can take guided tours of the winery and enjoy wine tastings.
- Alaior for a leisurely wander through the medieval city’s winding streets. Make sure to visit the church of Santa Eulalia, the Salort Palace and the San Diego convent where you’ll find the tourist office.
- Ferreries, where you can stroll along the narrow streets of the historic center.
- Es Mercadal: an absolute charmer with its traditional Menorcan whitewashed houses and the main square surrounded by cafes and two superb bakeries: Cas Sucrer and Forn de sa Plaça.
Last but not least, Fornells, an authentic village with its fishing boats by the water’s edge serving one of the most famous traditional Menorcan dishes: caldereta de langosta, a kind of lobster stew.
The two top-notch restaurants serving this dish in Fornells are Sa Llagosta and Es Cranc (booking is essential).
I’d also recommend a trip to the tower of Fornells to admire the view of the village and the Cavalleria lighthouse.
11. The Lighthouses to See in Menorca
Continuing with this list of the best things to do in Menorca, let’s go lighthouse spotting.
The seven lighthouses scattered across the island continue to serve their primary purpose of guiding ships, and interestingly, three of them have also evolved into significant tourist attractions in Menorca. So much so, that today it is referred to as the Menorca Lighthouse Route.
If you’ve decided to visit the north of Menorca I recommend:
- The Cavalleria lighthouse: built in 1857 following over 700 shipwrecks, it’s the oldest lighthouse on the island. The site offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire north coast and also features an interpretation center that delves into the history and construction of the island’s lighthouses.
- The Favaritx lighthouse on the northeast coast. During my visit, the weather was incredibly windy. Surrounded by gray rocks and devoid of vegetation, it felt like the end of the earth. A landscape quite unlike the rest of the island.
In the southern region of Menorca, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Artrutx lighthouse, renowned for the spectacular view it provides of Mallorca. While you’re there, why not grab a drink on the terrace of the bar set up in the old keeper’s house?
12. S’Albufera des Grau Natural Park
If you’re still wondering what to see in Menorca, head on over to the S’Albufera des Grau Natural Park.
This protected natural area is famous for being a haven for a diverse range of bird species, including herons, cormorants, coots, ospreys, and even eagles.
To explore this area, you can take advantage of three designated walking routes (the map is available at the visitor center located near the parking lot, and the routes are also clearly marked with signs):
- Mirador de Cala Llimpa – 1,700 meters – 40-minute walk
- Santa Madrona – 2,800 meters – 75-minute walk
- Sa Gola – 2,200 meters – 40-minute walk
To be honest, although there are a few viewpoints offering glimpses of the water, I personally didn’t find it exceptionally captivating, and unfortunately, I didn’t come across any birds. However, it’s worth noting that the day I visited was scorching hot, and the trails were fully exposed to the sun, which somewhat diminished the enjoyment of the walk.
But by all means, let me know in the comments if you enjoyed your visit.
To beat the heat, why not make your way to the exquisite Es Grau beach? From there, you also have the option to take a shuttle boat to the nearby island of en Colom, just across the waters.
The boat will transport you to one of the island’s two beaches: Els Tamarells beach or Arenal d’en Moro beach. Once there, all you need to do is unwind and savor the pristine, crystal-clear waters.
You can book your boat taxi transfer from Es Grau to the island of Colom by clicking on the button below:
13. Pont d’en Gill
I’ve already let you in on a little secret that lighthouses are one of the most spectacular spots for sunset viewing.
But if you’re keen on catching this magical hour while you’re exploring Menorca, I suggest you make your way to Pont d’en Gil.
This stunning stone arch, just a 10-minute walk from the parking lot along the Cami de Cavalls, becomes a photographer’s paradise when the sun starts to set.
14. Visiting Menorca: the Talayotic sites
What to see in Menorca if you’re into history and archaeology?
Check out the Talayotic sites!
If you’ve never heard of this term before, don’t worry, neither had I before I set foot in Menorca. The Talayotic era is a prehistoric period dating from 1050 to 123 BC.
The Talayotic sites in Menorca boast a unique architecture, consisting of large limestone blocks stacked on top of each other without anything to hold them together.
There are mainly three different types of monuments: the talayots, the taulas, and the navetas. The last two are considered to be unique in the world. Even in Mallorca, nothing similar has been discovered.
The main Talayotic sites to visit in Menorca include:
- The Talayotic village of Talati de Dalt: one of the best-preserved on the island
- Naveta des Tudons: a funerary monument housing dozens of skeletal remains
- The necropolis of Cala Morell; a collection of caves carved into the rock, used as a necropolis
- The Talayotic village of Trepuco, one of the largest in Menorca
- The Talayotic village of Torre d’en Galmés is home to several talayots, funeral caves, houses, and a taula.
15. Cycling in Menorca
As I mentioned earlier, it’s possible and even great to explore Menorca by bike, particularly along the Cami de Cavalls trail.
Most of the routes are not particularly challenging, because unlike its sister Mallorca, Menorca doesn’t have high-altitude peaks (the apex being Monte Toro, towering at a height of 358 meters), so the gradients are never too steep.
The Menorca council has also established a cycling route (ruta cicloturistica), a signposted itinerary that allows you to cross the island by bike from Ciutadella to Sant Lluis.
The route covers 69.9 km, which is roughly 6 hours and 10 minutes. You can do it in a day, but you could also split it into several stages ranging from 6 to 19 km.
16. Sampling Menorca’s gastronomy
Let’s continue our Menorca guide with a few local specialties you absolutely must try:
- Mahon-Menorca cheese, the only one in all of the Balearics to have received a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin). It’s recognizable by its square shape with rounded corners and its orange rind. If you’re in the mood, you can take part in a cheese-making workshop by clicking here!
- Sobrassada: a pork sausage
- Carn-i-xulla: a sausage made from pork meat and fat + spices
- Crespells: jam-filled cookies dusted with powdered sugar
- Ensaïmadas: spiral-shaped pastry dusted with powdered sugar. If you have a sweet tooth, you definitely shouldn’t miss the versions filled with chocolate or cream. They’re absolutely delightful!
- Rubiols: meat or fish empanadas
- Caldereta de Llagosta: a lobster stew. The top spots to taste it can be found in Fornells.
- Oliagua: a soup made from tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, water, and olive oil
- Stuffed carabassons: usually eggplants and zucchinis stuffed with a mix of tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, bread crumbs, and eggs
- Arros de la terra which is actually made not from rice but from wheat semolina accompanied by potatoes and pork meat
- Wine: the local production carries the “Vi de la Terra Illa de Menorca” guarantee label
- Xoriguer Gin: a distinctively flavored gin produced exclusively in Menorca. Can’t wait to hear what you think of these!
17. The Best Hotels in Menorca
To round things up, I’ve put together my top hotel picks in Minorca tailored to your budget.
Even if you’re planning a one-week itinerary in Minorca or more , there’s no need to switch accommodations repeatedly. The island’s not massive, making it pretty easy to get around.
Best hotels near Mahon
- Eurohotel: Nestled in the heart of Mahon, this unassuming little establishment offers fairly basic but spotless rooms from €110 a night. Strong points: the friendliness of the staff and the location near the city center.
- Catalonia Mirador des Port: Situated not far from the Menorca Museum, in the center of Mahon. Spacious and comfortable double rooms with a lovely view from €130 a night. Strong points: the pool, the jacuzzi, the varied breakfast.
- ARTIEM Capri: Modern, well-equipped double room with comfortable bedding, from €160, breakfast included. Strong points: the rooftop pool and jacuzzi, free refreshments and snacks served in the Green space, and the hearty breakfast. One of the best hotels to stay in Mahon!
- Bordoy Casa Ládico – Hotel Boutique Adults Only: This 5* hotel offers superb suites with a terrace and refined decor from €330 a night, breakfast included. Strong points: attentive staff, intimate hotel, the pool, and the homemade, cooked-to-order breakfast. The best hotel in Mahon for a luxury stay!
Best hotels near Ciutadella and surroundings
- Hostel Menorca: A youth hostel located in the center of Ciutadella. Dormitory bed from €30 per night. Ideal for budget-friendly accommodation in Ciutadella.
- Prinsotel La Caleta: Located a 5-minute walk from the beach. Super comfortable and bright double room or apartment with a balcony, from €150 a night, breakfast included. Strong points: the beautiful pool and garden area, the setting, the tranquility, and the excellent breakfast. My favorite for its value for money!
- Aparthotel Ferrer Skyline: Located just opposite the sea and 1 km from the historic center of Ciutadella. 1 to 3 bedroom modern, very spacious apartment with a terrace that can accommodate up to 6 people, from €180 a night. Strong points: the pools, the view, cleanliness, and tranquility. A great hotel for an unforgettable family vacation in Ciutadella!
- Hotel Playa Santandria Adults Only: Located 5 meters from the Cala Santandria cove. Double room with a balcony, some with sea views, from €180, breakfast included. Strong points: the exceptional location on the beach, the great breakfast, and tranquility.
- Faustino Gran Relais & Chateaux: A superb luxury hotel located in a beautiful 17th-century building. Everything is elegant, refined, and cared for. Double rooms from €400 a night, breakfast included. Strong points: the decor, the quality of the food, the pools, the spa, the concierge service. The best hotel in Ciutadella for a luxury stay!
Where to sleep on the south coast of Menorca
- Son Bou Playa Gold: Located a 10-minute walk from the large Son Bou beach.
Several small houses divided into apartments. The upper apartments have been tastefully renovated and furnished, starting at €80 a night. Strong points: the quietness, the pool, well-equipped, plenty of parking spaces. It’s my favorite for value for money in south Menorca!
- Seth Mestral & Llebeig: Located 100 meters from the Santo Tomas beach. Recent, functional, and well-equipped 1 to 3 bedroom apartments starting from €120 a night. Also possible to book half board. Strong points: the large well-maintained pools, the children’s games, the beach right next door. If you’ve chosen to visit the south of Menorca with children, this is the perfect place to stay!
- Menorca Binibeca by Pierre & Vacances Premium Adults Only: Located in the village of Binibeca. Warm double room with kitchenette, jacuzzi tub, and large terrace from €160, breakfast included. Strong points: the breathtaking sea view, the superb setting, the pools, the good breakfast buffet.
- ARTIEM Audax – Adults Only: Located in Cala Galdana, a mere 2-minute walk from the beach. Double room from €240, breakfast included. Strong points: the spa area with its indoor pools and saunas, the outdoor pool, the magnificent view.
- Melia Cala Galdana: Located on the beautiful Cala Galdana beach, this 5* hotel offers very cozy rooms, with large bay windows and a balcony with a sea view from €310 a night, breakfast included. Strong points: the indoor and outdoor pools, the friendliness of the staff, the excellent quality of the breakfast, the incredible view. The best hotel in south Menorca for a luxury stay!
Accommodation in the north of Menorca
- Hostal La Palma: Located on the Fornells marina. Spacious double room with a balcony overlooking the pool and the garden from €110. Strong points: the 2 pools, the great location, the calm and the complimentary parking facilities.
- TRH Tirant Playa: Located a 5-min walk from Cala Tirant, in Fornells.
Pleasant apartment with kitchenette from €130 a night. Strong Points: the tranquility, the sea view, cleanliness.
- White Sands Beach Club By Diamond Resorts: Located in Arenal d’En Castell, on the beach. 1 to 2 bedroom apartments, modern and well-equipped from €185 a night. Strong points: the quality of the reception, the pool with a view of the bay, the comfort.
- Comitas Tramontana Park: Located in Fornells, right by the sea. Aparthotel offering spacious 3-bedroom accommodations with a fully equipped kitchen and living area, starting from €200, breakfast included. Strong points: the beautiful pool, the stunning sunset from the terrace, the good restaurant buffet, the entertainment.
Best things to do in Menorca: The Tourist Map
To help you visualize the island a bit better, I’ve made a tourist map of Minorca listing the places to visit that I talk about in this top 17 things to do in Minorca. You can display the map legend by clicking the button with a small arrow at the top left corner.
Rent a boat in Menorca
If you want to rent a boat for a nice day at sea during your stay in Menorca, you should book it with Samboat.
Motorboats, sailboats, yachts, small boats without a license, with or without a skipper: they simply have the most complete offer for boat rental!
So, what are you waiting for to book your boat trip in Menorca? 😊
What destinations are enticing you the most for your trip to Menorca?
🚗 Rent a car
🗽 Book entrance tickets and guided visits
🏄 Book your sports activities
🚤 Book your rental boat
🌍 Take a travel insurance
🙎 Book a tour
🚅 Book your train tickets
✈️ Book your flight
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