Attractions and Places to Visit in Menorca
Menorca, the introvert of the Balearic family. But that’s exactly its draw. This quaint little isle doesn’t do loud and brash – instead it specialises in low-rise resorts, charming marinas and beaches straight out of Condé Nast Traveller.
Here's a trio of treasures awaiting you along the island's Eastern coast. As you cruise around one of the world's deepest natural harbours, you can admire spectacular views of the majestic historical buildings that line the port of Mahon. Once back on dry land, there's time to visit Menorca's vibrant capital on market day. Travel along the scenic coastal road until we stumble upon the whitewashed sugar-cubed village of Binibeca before making a beach stop at lunchtime. Travelling further along the East coast, we come to the unique prehistoric Caves of Xoroi. Admire the views over the Mediterranean whilst sipping a cool complimentary drink. Cameras are essential on this great day out.
Menorca also boast some of the best amazing cuisine, attractions and entertainment in the Balearics, including top restaurants, the second deepest natural water harbour in the world, and one of the largest collection of prehistoric monuments in the world including Taula’s, Talayot’s and Naveta’s. Not to mention the Roman remains.
How about hiring a bike to explore Menorca secluded paths and beaches, Menorca has many well sign posted cycle routes to help you explore this unspoilt Mediterranean island. Menorca's ancient history, lovely weather and clear Mediterranean seas will always attract people to its shores and rightly so. However, it is the intricate heritage and ancient historical attractions that are a revelation to visitors willing to explore. From beach lovers to sports enthusiasts to historians to shopaholics and foodies, Menorca has something for everyone.