Go on a trip to Menorca
Discover Menorca and its magnificent beaches
Menorca is part of the Balearic Islands. With an area of 700km², it is considered the little sister of the island of Mallorca. The main activity of this archipelago is swimming, with more than 50 beaches, some as magnificent as the others. visit in Menorca, the coves and lagoons that make up the archipelago can be explored on foot. The beaches of Macarella, Son Tomas and Son Bou are a real invitation to relax, with their blue skies, golden sun and emerald sea. Other beaches near the villages are also unmissable: Cala En Boch, Turqueta, Galdana and Mitjana.
What to do and see in Menorca?
- Mahon, the capital of Menorca: the largest port in the whole Mediterranean, the Cova d'en Xoroi cave discotheque, fortress of Isabel II, the church of Santa Maria, hiking
- Ciutadella: medieval streets, Es Born square and Palazzo Vivo, the cathedral, restaurants, the white mill in the Palms square, the Castel de Sant Nicolau, beaches, the historic center, the Naveta des Tudons stone construction
- The Monte Toro and Cami de Cavalls: Hikes, panoramic view, chapel, monastery, shops, restaurants, beaches, sport
- Beaches: creeks, beaches, swimming, turquoise waters (discover the beaches Cala Turqueta, Cala Macarella, Cala Mitjana, Cala Tortuga and Cala Sa Mesquida)
Cities to discover
Mahon or Mao is the main town on the island. It still reflects the colonial past with its “British” houses that adorn the city. Tourists staying in a hotel in Menorca stroll through the Mediterranean streets of the old center and admire the Gothic church of Sainte-Marie. Then they cross the bridge of San.Other tourist places in discover in Menorca are the market of El Carmen with its local products, the Hernandez-Mora Museum, the exceptional natural port and the 19th century enclosure. In Mao, night owls have fun until dawn in one of the island's discotheques.Ciutadella, the former capital of the archipelago, is an exceptional place full of charm on the west coast of Menorca. A last minute trip to Menorca, a walled city very popular with tourists, is an opportunity to relax while having a drink in the shade of one of the terraces on the square of Salort or Conde de Torresaura. One of the city's most famous nightclubs sits on a hill.
Visit Menorca, a breathtaking natural beauty
Before go on holiday in Menorca, it is necessary to provide trekking shoes, to enjoy the hikes. Magnificent trails crisscross the island, allowing visitors to discover its extremities, such as Cape Menorca to the west, Cape Cavalleria to the north and Cape Favaritz to the east. Menorca has a natural wealth. Its fauna and flora are classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. Visitors have the opportunity to observe perfectly preserved species. They marvel at the exceptional panorama of Menorca, with its dark volcanic stone which gives a particular atmosphere to the landscape to the north, its turquoise sea, its coves and its cliffs to the south. During their walk, holidaymakers discover megalithic monuments, witnesses of an ancient settlement before the arrival of the Romans.
When to go to Menorca?
Discover the northernmost of the Balearic Islands: Menorca. The rainiest months in Minorca are : october and november. We advise you to go to trip to Menorca in June, July, August and September to take advantage of the best time to swim. Sea water in the month of December, January, February, March and April in Menorca is 14°C on average. You should know that spending a spring in holiday club in Menorca turns out to be very pleasant, because the heat is not excessive and stuffy.
Menorca Holiday Club
Choose to put your suitcases in holiday club in Menorca to discover this magnificent Balearic island. Far from the effervescence of Ibiza or Majorca, the holiday clubs in Menorca are a haven of peace where you can recharge your batteries while enjoying the sun. At the edge of the beaches of the Mediterranean, the clubs in Menorca invite you to spend holidays with family and friends in the calm of an island of wild beauty. Everything is put in place by the hotel establishment to make your holiday a moment of absolute relaxation. Sports activities, idleness, tasting of local dishes and entertainment are on the program of a menorca club to suit adults and children alike.
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