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There are lots of wonderful things to do in Menorca: from discovering prehistoric villages with their megalithic monuments to discovering its turbulent historic past at one of the forts and museums or enjoy some splashtastic fun and thrills at one of the waterparks. The list is endless…

Explore Menorca’s great outdoors, designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1993, holidaymakers are spoilt for chose when it comes to activities. From gorgeous walks through the nature reserves and gorges to horse riding through ancient countryside and across hidden beaches to mountain biking on Camí de Cavalls rugged coastline.

From small independent local stores, through to factory stores selling designer makes, there’s plenty of shopping opportunities in Menorca. Find out more on our shopping pages.

Menorca has made the most of it 216km long coastline by offering some incredible water sports. From exploring rugged volcanic caves by Kayak, to diving in its deep water exploring shops wrecks to sailing around the island discovering hidden secluded beaches.

Menorca is known for its delicious tapas and the freshest seafood, vibrant bars and Michelin starred restaurants: you’re sure to fine an excellent range of cuisine to suite your tastes in Menorca. Try one of the islands specialities, from Lobster Stew to baked squid and octopus, pungent cheeses to spicy sobrassada sausages and wash it down with a tasteful local wine or glass of the famous Xoriguer gin. Discover more culinary delights and places to eat and drink on our food and drink pages.

The island has a varied calendar of events from the traditional Menorcan festival held during the summer months to sporting events to upcoming concerts and performances. Visit our what’s on guide for upcoming events.

Choose a category below to start exploring the amazing range of attractions Menorca has to offer.

Our Highlights...

Golf Son Parc Menorca

A premier golf destination renowned for its picturesque landscapes and challenging 18-hole course.

Monte Toro

Mont Toro in Menorca is the island's highest point and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

Menorca Gin Distillery

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

Fishermens Village

The Fishermen's Village in Menorca is a charming coastal community that preserves its traditional fishing village ambiance.

Cala Galdana beach

Cala Galdana Beach in Menorca is a popular family-friendly destination known for its horseshoe-shaped bay, fine golden sand, and calm, shallow waters.

Binibeca beach

This blue flag beach is situated in the South East of Menorca. A perfect beach for families with shallow waters, life guards and the Los Bucaneros beach bar

Cala Alcafaur beach

Cala Alcaufar Beach in Menorca is a serene and unspoiled cove known for its tranquility and clear, shallow waters. The beach of Alcaufar is situated just 5km from Sant Lluis.

Punta Prima beach

Punta Prima Beach is a lovely coastal destination in Menorca, Spain, known for its sandy shoreline, calm waters, and family-friendly atmosphere

Calan Porter beach

Cala en Porter beach is a picturesque coastal gem featuring a sandy cove, inviting turquoise waters, and a charming atmosphere, making it a delightful spot for relaxation and swimming.

Son Bou beach

Son Bou is a beautiful beach located on the southern coast of Menorca, Spain. It is known for its long 3km stretch of golden sand and clear turquoise waters, making it a popular destination for sunbathing and swimming.

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