Featured properties on Menorca

Menorca Highlights

Binibeca Town
Binibeca is a maze of narrow, winding streets and whitewashed houses, with architecture reminiscent of both Arab and Mediterranean styles.
Camí de Cavalls Trail
The Camí de Cavalls Trail traces the entire 185 km of breathtaking Minorcan coastline, linking ancient watchtowers, lighthouses and coves.
Fornells Port
Crystal clear waters at this natural port lead to unspoiled beaches and small islands only reachable by kayak or boat.
Cova d’en Xoroi Caves
These caves and terraces are a chill-out spot by day and a thriving club with international DJs by night.
S'Albufera des Grau Nature Reserve
Walking routes around the wild landscape of S'Albufera des Grau Nature Reserve are dotted with viewpoints and bird watching cabins.
Minorca's Lighthouse Route
Minorca’s characteristic lighthouses are dotted around the island’s coast, at some of its most unique and beautiful viewpoints.
Playa de Cavallería Beach
The red sands, clay and mud of this unspoilt beach provide the perfect natural resource for an improvised mud bath.
Mount Toro
Mount Toro is Minorca’s highest point and offers unequalled views of the whole island and, on clear days, Majorca.
La Mola Fortress
Presiding over Mahon Harbour, explore the inner chambers of La Mola Fortress or enjoy the fantastic views of the coastline.
Es Castell Town
Spain’s most easterly town, Es Castell is a charming spot to take in the country’s first sunrise of the morning.

Unhurried life in unspoiled nature

A beautiful Balearic Island, Minorca (or Menorca) has wonderful beaches, sandy coves and a more laid-back atmosphere than its neighbors, Ibiza and Majorca.

Featuring the world’s 2nd largest natural harbor, its capital, Mahon, is the center of the nightlife, with several clubs and bars.

However, as soon as you head to one of the Menorca resorts, things start to slow down.

Punta Prima along the coast has a lovely Blue Flag beach, while the longest beach at Son Bou on the south coast is lined by protected sand dunes.

Much of Menorca’s unspoiled beauty is ecologically important, so it’s worth heading inland from the beaches to explore the mountains.

The views from the highest peak, Monte Toro, are amazing.

Also worth checking out are the "taula," prehistoric megaliths of mysterious origin.

Another prehistoric monument is the Naveta tomb near Ciutadella, a city centered around its port, partly lined with walls.

Fantastic Cala Blanca and Cala’n Bosch to the south have a nice range of luxury Minorca hotels available on Booking.com, as does curving Cala Galdana where the sea appears almost green.

On the more rocky north side of the island, the main resorts are Fornells, a pretty fishing village, and Arenal d’en Castell, home to yet another wonderful horseshoe bay.

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