Menorca is well known for its quiet, laid-back vibe, fabulous beaches and prehistoric past with amazing sites. Not as developed as its neighbouring island of Majorca, its countryside has rolling hills, woodlands, ancient pathways and lovely coves and beaches. The island is small and most places of interest can be reached within an hour or less. You can really enjoy the great outdoors for trekking, mountain biking or horse riding on rough tracks or coastal routes. The ancient Cami de Cavalls path encircles the island containing 20 different stages between 3 and 9 miles long. Water based activities including kayaking, paddle boarding, windsurfing, boating and snorkelling are accessible nearby.
Other things to see and do include museums, vineyards and markets. The historic and beautiful city of Mahon is not far away and is a lovely place for sightseeing and shopping. If you want to eat out at any time we have a list of suggestions (we don’t give refunds for missed meals but can provide packed lunches if you are out for the day)
Excursions and transport can be arranged if you wish, or car hire is another alternative. Menorca is relatively quiet traffic-wise and driving is an easy option.