Hiking routes in Menorca and natural tourist attractions
Cala Pregonda’s natural beauty, with its burgundy-coloured sand and rocks, has a certain wild touch to it.
The highest hill in Minorca provides a spectacular view of the island, and conceals a curious legend about its name.
Pont d’en Gil is a spectacular bridge moulded by the force of the waves, which can be seen in the vicinity of Ciutadella.
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.
The s’Albufera des Grau is the most prized natural park on the island, inhabited by hundreds of species among which water birds stand out.