Things to see in Menorca
Cala Pregonda’s natural beauty, with its burgundy-coloured sand and rocks, has a certain wild touch to it.
Cala Macarella is one of the most visited and photographed beaches in the island of Minorca. Find out why!
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
The highest hill in Minorca provides a spectacular view of the island, and conceals a curious legend about its name.
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.
Pont d’en Gil is a spectacular bridge moulded by the force of the waves, which can be seen in the vicinity of Ciutadella.
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