Things to see in the Menorca and surronding area
Its turquoise waters and fine sand surrounded by cliffs covered with pine trees make this cove a favourite among locals and tourists alike.
The Camí de Cavalls is a route around Minorca that comprises various stages, perfect for getting a real feel of the island’s essence while exploring its beautiful landscapes.
Discover the capital of Minorca, an age-old port city whose beaches, Mediterranean food and magnificent La Mola fortress you’ll fall in love with.
Beaches with turquoise-blue waters, coves, imposing cliffs… Touring around Minorca by boat is an unforgettable experience. Take a tour of the coast, and see the island at its best.
Among its many hidden secrets, Minorca boasts countless caves scattered across the island just waiting to be enjoyed by visitors.
Concealed in its natural setting, this vast cave has, since the post-Talayotic age, held great ritual and symbolic significance for the island’s inhabitants.
With a great sense of charm and a stately atmosphere, Ciutadella is one of the most attractive places in Minorca. A stroll through the city will make sure you have the holiday of your dreams.
Discovered towards the end of the nineteenth century, this huge prehistoric settlement in Minorca has a large number of megalithic monuments, which are key to understand the island’s past.
Minorca’s landscape is a veritable treasure trove for hiking enthusiasts thanks to its famous Camí de Cavalls and the island’s many inland routes.
For some, one of this fishing village’s biggest attractions are its restaurants, which specialise in lobster stew. But there are many more things to do in Fornells.