Binibeca resort guide

Binibeca is a stunning and peaceful resort situated in the southeast of Menorca, perfect for families or couples looking for a quiet resort

Its 3km stretch is home to Binibeca Vell in the West through Binibeca Nou and onto Cala Torret to the East.

The entire area is characterised by private white washed villas and apartments. Binibeca is a wonderful quiet resort for those looking for a relaxing holiday.

There is also an option during high season of catching a holiday Train that travels the coast road between Binibeca Vell, Binibeca Nou, Binibeca Torret and Punta Prima, another popular resort.

Binibeca Vell to the west has been developed tastefully over the years with many privately owned villas and apartments.  One of the benefits of staying in Binibeca Vell is its small commercial centre that has a great selection of restaurants, bars, supermarkets and souvenir shops.   There is also a nightclub in the commercial centre and Chinese restaurant offering takeouts.   One of the main attractions to Binibeca Vell is its Menorca styled fishing village designed by Spanish architect Antonio Sintes in 1972 which is a wonderful place to escape the sun and its ideal for families as it’s a traffic free zone.

Things to do in Binibeca

Menorca Gin Distillery

Menorca Gin Distillery
By Rebecca Jackson | Monday, August 18, 2014

Location: Mahon, Menorca

Visit the Gin distillery located at Mahon’s harbour, the famous Menorca gin dates back to the 18th century

Fishermens Village

Fishermens Village
By Rebecca Jackson | Friday, August 15, 2014

Location: Binibeca Vell, Menorca

Binibeca Vell is located in muncipiality of Sant Lluis just 5-6 miles from Mahon and lies on the south east coast. Binibeca Vell is the most western area of Binibeca, with Binibeca Nou and Cala Torret to the east.

Port of Mahon

Port of Mahon
By Rebecca Jackson | Monday, August 04, 2014

Location: Mahon, Menorca

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.

Fort Marlborough

Fort Marlborough
By Rebecca Jackson | Monday, August 04, 2014

Location: Es Castell, Menorca

Built by the English between 1710 and 1726 Fort Marborough is located on the southern side of mahon port in Es Castell.

Trepuco

Trepuco
By Rebecca Jackson | Friday, August 01, 2014

Location: Es Castell to Sant Lluis road

Trepucó is a talayotic settlement situated southwest of Es Castell, on the road to Sant Lluis

Es Moli de Dalt

Es Moli de Dalt
By Rebecca Jackson | Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Location: Sant Lluis, Menorca

This small museum is built within a flour grinding mill that dates back to 1762 when the French ruled Menorca.

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