Menorca is the easternmost Balearic Island and is proud to be declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993. Menorca’s main attractions are intimately linked to its environmental and historical heritage, endless treasures that will surprise and captivate the visitor, whether they are beach-lovers, nature-lovers, interested in history and culture or looking for exceptional gastronomy.
In every corner of the island, you will find a sense of peace, calm, wellbeing and relaxation. The white sand beaches, crystalline waters, hidden coves, the intense turquoise sea and the pleasing warm climate are the essential ingredients that create an unforgettable holiday.
Cala Blanca, Ciudadela, Cala’n Forcat, Mahón, Cala’n Blanes or Santo Tomás beach are some of the most highly regarded resorts in Menorca by those that believe that the calm and natural beauty of this Mediterranean island is the perfect backdrop for an unbeatable holiday.
Come to Menorca and enjoy horse-riding, hiking or cycle around the island following the historic Camí de Cavalls route. Practice your favourite watersports, relax at the magnificent coves or explore the monumental cities and charming villages. All in Menorca.