Located on the north-eastern coast of Menorca in an area of outstanding natural beauty
Es Grau is a small, sleepy Menorcan fishing village that offers an old-fashioned family seaside holiday with an authentic insight into Menorcan life and cuisine. Children can enjoy paddling in its shallow crystal clear waters whilst teenagers can experience un activities such as sea kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or snorkelling. With a handful of delicious restaurants, selling fresh fish tapas and local other specialisties, Es Grau is one of Menorca’s best-kept secrets.
Th resort is also home to Menorca’s largest nature reserve, S’Albufera des Grau, a wetland that stretches north with a large lake in the middle rich in marine life. The area is also rich in plants including shrubs, wild flowers and several species of tress. There is also a large variety of birdlife.
A range of gorgeous spa's located at several hotels across Menorca. Also available a mobile spa service, spa day packages and a beauty products shop in Mahon.
Trepucó is a talayotic settlement situated southwest of Es Castell, on the road to Sant Lluis, Trepucó contains the largest and best-preserved taula in the Balearics.
The beach of Alcaufar is situated just 5km from Sant Lluis in the South East corner of Menorca.
A windmill situated in the typical Menorca's town of Sant Lluis. Founded by the French in the 18th century and named after King Louis IX.