On a budget: free things to do with the family

Explore the best free attractions & days out in Menorca

There are lots of free things to do in Menorca. For history lovers visit any one of the many beautiful churches or the remains of a roman basilicas. If you have a car the prehistoric Necropolis caves in the North West and the caves at Cala Coves in the South are both free and well worth a visit. There is also a free prehistoric settlement at Binissafullet, where you can see a Taula and Talayot dating back to between 850 and 550 BC.

The traditional Menorca festivals with their dancing horses are spectacular and well worth a visit during the summer months, they are loud, colourful and exciting.

With kids in mind visit one of the many beaches or go on a treasure hunt and try your hand at GeoCaching where you find several caches around the main resorts. Both Mahon port and the port at Ciutadella are also well worth a visit, whether it’s for the luxurious yachts or the individual boutiques selling locally made produce.

Our Highlights...

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 Coves

Cala Coves in Menorca is a unique coastal site known for its ancient cliffside burial caves, offering a fascinating glimpse into the island's history.

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.

Church Sant Gaieta

The Church of Sant Gaietà in Menorca is a historical religious site known for its picturesque architecture and cultural significance.

Church Sant Lluís

The Church of Sant Lluís in Menorca is a charming religious building known for its picturesque architecture. It serves as a prominent landmark in the town of Sant Lluís and is both a place of worship and a cultural attraction for visitors interested in the island's history and heritage.

Santa Agueda Castle

Santa Agueda Castle in Menorca is a historic fortress that offers stunning panoramic views of the island and its coastline.

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