Family Days Out in Menorca

You’ve explored an ancient fortress, the remains of a prehistoric settlement and a towering lighthouse. Now it’s the children’s turn…

When one of Menorca’s beach isn’t enough there some alternative outdoor activities to keep the family entertained, try your hand at horse riding or mounting biking and discover Menorca's glorious countryside or visit one of Menorca’s secluded beaches by Kayak or paddleboard, suitable and fun for all ages.

Learn about Menorca’s prehistoric past and its ancient civilations by exporing one of the many Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements that include megalithic monuments only found in Menorca.

Even when the Menorcan weather changes there is still plenty of indoor activities to keep everyone entertained. Learn about Menorca’s rich military history at the Military Museum at Es Castel or visit the Museum of Menorca in Mahon thats includes findings from the prehistoric sites.

If you're looking for some adrenaline on your family holiday there really isn't anything like a water park to keep your kids entertained and there are two available on the island. AquaCenter is located in Cala Blanes, a small but well maintained waterpark suitable for the young to mid-teens. AquaRock is an alternative waterpark located in the resort of Cala Bosch, also for similar age group but also has a go karting track nearby.

For those little solders visit the British built Fort Marlborough that dates back to the 18th century; re-enactments with uniformed soldiers and special effects add to a fabulous day out. For animal lovers there is Menorca’s Zoo, Lloc de Menorca where you’ll find animals native to Menorca as well as others from all over the world.

Menorca guarantees the family hours of fun, even when it rains!

Our Highlights...

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.

Club Sant Jaime

Situated in Son Bou Club Sant Jaime has many attractions for children.

Cova d’en Xoroi

Sa Cova d`en Xoroi is located in the south coast resort of Cala en Porter. Cova d’en Xoroi used to be a prehistoric dwelling but has been made into a stunning and elegant bar and night club.

Splash Sur Menorca

Splash Sur Menorca is a water park in Menorca, offering a fun-filled experience with a variety of water slides, pools, and activities.

Castillo Menorca

Castillo Menorca is a shopping and entertainment complex in Menorca, offering a wide range of retail stores, dining options, and entertainment facilities.

La Mola

A massive 19th-century fortress located at the entrance to the harbor of Mahón in Menorca, built by the Spanish between 1848 and 1875.

Fort Marlborough

A fort built in the 18 century by the Brisih who a the time occupied the island.  Built on the South side of the harbour.

Cap de Favàritx Lighthouse

A large impressive lighthouse sitiuated on the North East coast thats still providing safetly to sea-goers. 

S'Albufera National Park

Menorca's main nature reserve contain several trials, where you could see a good variety of birds, waders and raptors. 

Son Bou Roman Basilicas

The Roman remains of the Basilicas at Son Bou dates back to 300 - 400 AD and its within easy walking distance of Son Bou.

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