The solitary bays with crystalline waters and the calm rate of life make it the ideal place to spend some calm days resting. Surrounded by the bridleway, Camí de Cavalls, a route round the whole of its coast, Minorca provides us the possibility of discovering surprising spots through its innumerable country paths.
A witness to the passage of numerous civilisations, Minorca conserves a great number of the buildings left by former inhabitants, from the megalithic and prehistoric monuments to the military forts, through a range of Roman, Islamic and paleo-Christian remains.
Popular festivities take place throughout the summer in the different towns on the island, in which the autochthonous breed of Minorcan horse is the real centrepiece.
The Port of Mahón is the second largest natural port in Europe, being nearly 6 kilometres long from the mouth to the top of the harbour. The Port of Mahón has everything required to fascinate ...View more
The town of Es Castell is the easternmost town on the island of Minorca, and also of the whole territory of Spain, so it is the first town in Spain where the sun rises, allowing its visitors to ...View more
Located at the west end of the island, Ciutadella is the second most important town in Minorca, and until the English domination, it was the capital of the island, a title transferred to Mahón ...View more
Cala'n Porter beach is one of the prettiest on the island of Minorca. Its large shell shaped white sand beach, that is 130 metres long and 110 wide, is ringed in by high cliffs that maintain its ...View more
The Santo Tomás beach is on the south coast of the island of Minorca, in the municipality of Es Migjorn Gran. The Santo Tomás beach has fine white sand and is 390 metres long and 25 metres wide. ...View more
Arenal d’en Castell beach in Es Mercadal is one of the most beautiful developed corners of the Minorcan coast. The beach, about 650 metres long and 20 metres wide, is in the form of a shell and ...View more
The Camí de Cavalls on Minorca is considered to be part of the island’s heritage and has been declared to be of cultural interest by the Balearic Islands’ Regional Government. It is a famous ...View more