Do you know our hotels in Menorca?
Menorca is the second biggest island in the Balearic Islands just behind Mallorca and was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1993. Menorca enjoys a Mediterranean climate, where winters are soft and summers are hot without reaching a stiffing heat point. Also known as the Island of the 7 Lighthouses, Menorca’s highlights are its plain beauty, its natural strength, and the peace and quietness that one breathes since the very first step on the island. Globales offers you family beach hotels in Menorca to enjoy and relax during your holidays just like you deserve.
Globales Almirante Farragut and Globales Binimar Apartments are located very close to the old capital city of Menorca, Ciutadella.
A bit further to the south you will find the Globales Cala’n Blanes hotel, very close to Cala Blanes, and Globales Mediterrani, just by Cala Blanca. In Santo Tomás residential area, in Es Migjorn Gran area, and just in the beachfront, you will find the Globales Lord Nelson (adults only), and also the Globales Apts. Lord Nelson.
The white sand beaches and crystal waters of amazing turquoise colours are one of the main captivating attractions in Menorca. Beaches in Menorca which deserve a special mention are Cala Macarella, Cala Pregonda, and Cala Mitjana, just to mention the 3 most popular ones of the many that deserve a visit. The island of Menorca offers a huge variety of activities, like horse riding, trekking, kayaking and nautical related activities, biking, or discovering the historical Cami de Cavalls.
The festivities of Sant Joan (San Juan) in Ciutadella are the most popular event in Menorca. Horses and riders “caixers” star different games and shows all over the city. Many people visit Menorca during those festivities, especially those coming from Mallorca, in order to take part in and enjoy that amazing show.
Places of touristic interest
- 7 Lighthouses to dream.
- Camí de Cavalls.
- San Juan - Ciutadella Festivities.
- Cap de Cavalleria
- Cap de Faváritx
- Parc Natural de S’Albufera d’es Grau
- Es Mercadal