Why Visit Menorca?


Menorca is undiscovered. UNESCO has declared Menorca a biosphere reserve in 1993 resulting in the island remaining an oasis of unspoilt beauty.




The beaches are incredible with pristine white sand, azure waters and nearly 200 small coves to explore, it is a beach lovers heaven.



The Island

Small enough to see it all, you can drive, hike, cycle or horse ride your way around the whole island during your visit. Visit the gorgeous beaches, whitewashed villages, vineyards or enjoy the beautiful countryside brimming with wild flowers, pine forests and fruit orchards.


Cuisine and Wine

Wine and Seafood aplenty; with fertile grounds Menorca produces some great local wines and by being surrounded by the waters of the Mediterranean it naturally has excellent seafood readily available.




Wealth of outdoor activities including sailing, kayaking, swimming, hiking, paddle boarding, snorkelling, cycling, and horse riding (the path that outlines the island is called The Cami de Cavalls which translates as the ‘path of the horses’) to name a few.



It is fun to explore – dotted around the island are lots of ancient structures which are impressive to see, some over 3,000 years old and no one knows how they got there.



The Weather

Year round warm climate, even out of the summer months of July and August Menorca has a year round warm climate and is really beautiful in Spring when the almond blossom is out. If you are keen to be active the shoulder seasons are perfect for coastal walks, biking or horse riding.