Top 10 things to do in Menorca…
Cala Galdana – One of the islands prettiest beaches, accessed easily by road or by boat trip from Calan Bosch
Monte Torro -The highest point on the island, at an impressive 358m above sea level. It’s accessible by road. There are stunning views from the top, plus a little chapel and gift shop to visit.
Boat trip – Take a boat trip to visit one of the more secluded beaches. Boat trips run daily from Ciutadella, Mahon, Fornells, and Calan Bosch.
Snorkeling or Scuba diving – Menorca is famous for it’s crystal clear turquoise waters, perfect to explore from below the water as well as above!
Visit virgin beaches – So many unspoiled beaches to choose from. Many have parking a short way from the beach, but generally have no facilities or watersports…just white sand and perfect clear sea!
Ciutadella – The old capital of the island is steeped in history with beautiful architecture, and a stunning 14th centruy cathedral to visit. You can while away hours browsing the shops that line the pretty cobbled streets, or enjoy tapas at one of the many restaurants and pavement cafes. A real flavour of Spain!
Sunset at Cova d’en Xoroi – A unique bar built within caves that sit 25m above sea level, perfect place to sip a cocktail as the sun goes down, and for the party animals it becomes a late night club that goes until the early hours.
Experience a Fiesta – There are around 11 Fiestas across the island between late June and early September. It’s an experience not to be missed if your stay overlaps with a Fiesta date. Sant Joan in Ciutadella is the biggest and takes place around 24th June each year.
Explore pre-historical sites – The island is rich in history, you can visit numerous pre-historical momuments, some dating back to 1400bc! There are talaiots and navetas at various sites across the island.
Walk the Cami de Cavells – The newly improved ancient bridlepath encircles the whole island, it’s brilliantly signposted and restored to make an ideal walking route.