Unveiling the Hidden Gems of Menorca: A Tour through the Mediterranean Pearl of the Balearic Islands

Welcome to Menorca, Mediterranean jewel of the Balearic Islands! Prepare to immerse yourself in a world of natural beauty, pristine beaches, picturesque villages and gastronomic delights. Let yourself be enchanted by the must-see attractions of this island of a thousand treasures. Follow us for an unforgettable getaway to Menorca! 🌴🌞

Exploring historic Ciutadella

Start your adventure at Ciutadella, a historic city that exudes elegance. Stroll through its cobbled streets, where every corner tells a story. Aristocratic palaces, majestic churches and lively squares create a unique atmosphere. Don’t miss the visit to Faustino Gran, a collection of four meticulously renovated palaces. This historic place offers its visitors a luxury experience in the heart of the old city, with elegant rooms, a swimming pool and even private sailing aboard private yachts. In the evening, enjoy refined Mediterranean cuisine in a green patio.

Natural beauties south of Alaior

Immerse yourself in the lush nature south of Alaior by booking a stay at White Sound. This eco-sustainable finca extends over 130 hectares of pine trees, olive trees and landscaped gardens. Offering 14 elegant rooms, a swimming pool and a table d’hôtes, Son Blanc is a model of self-sufficient agrotourism. Activities on offer include gymnastics, yoga, walking, mountain biking, as well as ceramics, reiki and sound therapy classes. A true haven for those looking to immerse themselves in the wild nature of Menorca.

Culture and charm in Mahon

Explore Mahón, the colorful capital of the island. THE Can Alberti 1740 welcomes you to an 18th century residence, completely restored to regain its old-world charm. Rich in history, this boutique hotel is also a meeting place for lovers of modern and contemporary art, thanks to the regularly organized exhibitions. From its roof terrace, admire the panoramic views of the city and its vast bay. Take the opportunity to visit the remarkable Menorca Museum, located in a former Franciscan convent, which traces the fascinating history of the island.

Gastronomic tastings

Menorca is a real feast for food lovers. HAS Ciutadella, go to S’Amarador on the port to taste fresh seafood while enjoying the breathtaking view. For a friendly atmosphere, sit at Ulisses, a tapas bar facing the market, ideal for observing local life while savoring delicious dishes.

  • HAS Sant Lluis, there Bodega Binifadet offers a unique wine experience with a selection of local wines accompanied by Menorcan dishes.
  • HAS Es Grau, Tamarindos is the perfect place for a meal with your feet in the water, offering the catch of the day and local specialties.
  • HAS Es Castell, Restaurant Sa Punta offers a seasonal menu with vegan options, all with a splendid view of Cales Fonts.

Archaeological discoveries and panoramic trails

Menorca is rich in prehistoric Talayotic sites, scattered across the island, which bear witness to its megalithic past. For active exploration, take the famous Cami de Cavalls, a historic 185 km trail that circles the island. Accessible on foot, by bike or on horseback, this route offers breathtaking views of the natural landscapes of Menorca.

Art and history on the Îlot du Roi

End your visit with an excursion to theKing’s Island, where history and art meet. This small island offers exciting guided tours through its ancient buildings and photographic archives. An authentic immersion in the historical heritage of Menorca.

Boutique shopping in Menorca

Bring a touch of Menorca into your home with a little shopping. HAS Ciutadella, THE Cafe Central combines an art bookstore, tea room and fashion and cosmetics boutique. HAS Mahón, the ceramic workshop of Blanca Madruga is animated by artisanal creations sought after by all. For local purchases, avarcas (local sandals) and artisanal products available on Agroxerxa are essential.