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Menorca Holidays

Holidays to Menorca are relaxing and laid-back. Quieter than its neighbours, it is the second-biggest Balearic island lined with a sun drenched coastline. Designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1993, Menorca boasts plenty of unspoilt beauty spots and nature trails, meaning that a Menorca holiday is just as easy to fill with hiking as long days lying on the sand.

Top resorts in Menorca:

Cala'n Bosch

  • Gorgeous beaches
  • Ideal for families

Cala Blanca

  • Quiet resort
  • Great selection of bars and restaurants
  • Sandy, secluded coves

Cala'n Forcat

  • Close to Ciutadella
  • Great for families
  • Small cove beaches

Cala Galdana

  • Tranquil and quiet
  • Stunning beach with amenities

Other great resorts in Menorca include: Cala'n Blanes, Binibeca, Es Castell, Cala'n Porter, Santo Tomas, Mahon, Cala Santandria, Son Bou, Playa de Fornells, Ciutadella, S'Algar, Son Parc, Punta Prima

Where are the best beaches in Menorca?

Gentle, relaxed and tranquil, this dazzling and enchanting island offers picturesque sandy bays, pine clad coves, pretty harbours and peaceful family resorts. Some of the best beaches include:

  • Es Grau, a gentle turquoise cove on the edge of an unspoilt fishing village.
  • Cala Macarella, a shallow beach surrounded by lush forests and rocky cliffs.
  • Cala en Turqueta, which is approximately 2.5 miles from Sant Joan in the south west of Menorca, is well worth the visit purely just to take in the picturesque view of the crystal clear water and white sandy beach.
  • Son Bou, which is just south of Alaior, has the longest beach on the island of Menorca and offers facilities including sun beds, as well as a fantastic range of watersports for all to enjoy.
  • Cala Macarelleta is a great beach with perfect waters, and the north coast boasts beautiful, albeit more rugged, beaches.

Top water attractions

Get wet and wild at some top water parks on your Menorca holiday.

  • Splash Sur Menorca in the very southern tip of the island has lots of great slides including the Multipistas where you can race your friends.
  • Both the Aqua Centre close to Ciutadella and the Aqua Rock water park in Cala’n Bosch also have go cart tracks for a bit of four-wheeled fun on dry land.
  • Water sports are a plenty with the southern coast of the island attracting surfers and wind surfers.
  • Snorkelling, diving and sea kayaking are all popular activities, and if you’re after a more leisurely pursuit hop aboard one of the many boat trips on offer. The popular glass bottom boats is a fun family activity and a great way see the sea life without getting wet.
  • For windsurfing, head to the Bay of Fornells, which is a quiet bay with shallow waters.

Are there any hiking trails in Menorca?

Menorca is known for its stunning scenery. If you want to explore with ease on a Menorca holiday follow the Camis (narrow roads built before cars became commonplace). The 116 mile-long Cami de Cavalls (Path of Horses) trail is just one of the hiking routes which has been restored to its former glory after four centuries of disuse, as well as the Santo Tomas Costal Path which leads to a hidden cove. Small villages, thick forests, impressive ruins and great views are just some of the treasures you’ll discover en route. For some of the best views hike up the Montetorro, (the highest mountain) and discover the castle at the top.

Are there any golf courses in Menorca?

  • Golf Son Parc Menorca is the only place you can play 9 or 18 holes on the island. Open 365 days of the year, this state-of-the-art golf course offers everything you’ll need including equipment, trolleys and buggies. The flat layout makes for some pleasant golfing, and the sunshine is the icing on the cake.

Popular towns in Menorca

Discover Menorca’s capital Mahón. Here you’ll find a mix of beautiful harbour and buzzing restaurants; in the old town, you’ll find a lively food market, 18th century buildings and open, airy plazas. Make sure to pop into the Church of Santa Maria and the Church of San Francisco for a slice of Spanish culture. Ciutadella, Menorca's religious capital, is also well worth a visit - this cute town has a charming Old Town, winding treats and a lovely cathedral to boot.

What is the nightlife like in Menorca?

  • Think laid back evenings watching the sun go down. The nightlife in Menorca is family friendly and relaxed which can be livened up with live music in a handful of bars in the key resorts. From salsa clubs, jazz bars and many restaurants by day which transform into something a little more upbeat by night.
  • Cova d’en Xoroi or Disco Cave can be a relaxing place to enjoy a drink at sunset, or stay around a little later for something more lively.

Shopping in Menorca

  • Shopping centres - The largest selection of shops can be found in the two main cities of Mahon and Ciutadella. Shops this these towns stay open all day compared with the more traditional villages where you’ll find they will close for the midday siesta. Traditional things to buy include two-piece Menorcan sandals (Avarca) and a variety of cured sausages.
  • Markets - Menorcan markets have been an integral part of island life since 1301 and offer everything from food and drink to local crafts and knick-knacks.

Alternatively, see our Menorca flights to Mahon and selection of great hotels.