Things to see in Menorca
The peninsula of La Mola, at the easternmost point of Spain, is home to one of the largest nineteenth-century fortresses in Europe.
At the Cova d’en Xoroi, built into the side of a cliff in Cala en Porter, visitors can enjoy the best sunset Minorca has to offer.
Located a short distance from Ciutadella, the Naveta des Tudons is probably the most important prehistoric monument in Minorca
Constructed to ensure coastal security, these lighthouses are one of the emblems of this Mediterranean island, and they exude a magic that you really must experience.
Among its many hidden secrets, Minorca boasts countless caves scattered across the island just waiting to be enjoyed by visitors.
Restaurants, luxury yachts and wonderful craft shops—the Ciutadella port is one of the most beautiful and lively harbours in the Mediterranean
The island’s main zoo, the Lloc de Menorca, is among the best in Spain thanks to the direct contact it allows with the animals.
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.
Discover one of Minorca’s largest defensive watchtowers, built by the British in 1801, and a key element in the network of towers that defended the island’s coasts from pirates.
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.