Looking for ideas of what to do in Menorca this year? Here is my favourite top list of things to do.
If you’re travelling with children, please see our list of Menorca attractions for kids, or if you’re tempted to learn more about Menorca historic past please vist list of Prehistoric Menorca attractions.
Please feel free to comment and leave your favourite places to visit.
1) Torre d’en Galmes
Torre d’en Galmes is the largest talayotic settled in Menorca that’s dates back to 1400 BC. The site contains well-preserved buildings as well as three talayots and a good-sized taula.
2) Port of Mahon
Mao port is the second deepest natural water harbour in the world and approximately 5km in length, it’s a wonderful and interesting place to visit.
3) Fortress of Isabel II, La Mola
Built between 1850 and 1875 and situated on the peninsula of La Mola at the entrance of Mao harbour.
Visit Menorca’s oldest capital Ciutadella and see its 17th century Italian styled buildings.
Trepucó is a talayotic settlement situated southwest of Es Castell, on the road to Sant Lluis
6) Los Delfines AquaPark
The Aqua Park at Cala en Blanes is well worth a visit. With over 12.500 metres of numerous wet water rides such the Back Hole, Adventure River, Giant Slides, Water Tunnels, Childrens water Shuttes, Kamikaze etc.
7) Monte Toro
The highest mountain in Menorca is Mount Toro at 354m high.
8) S'Albufera d'Es Grau Nature Reserve
Sand dunes, wetlands and scrubland make up Menorca’s beautiful nature reserve.
9) Naveta Des Tudons
Built approximately 3000 years ago the Naveta is a type of funeral monument.
10) Son Catlar
Son Catlaris a prehistoric town built in the talayotic period between 100BC and 300BC.