The most peacefulof the Balearics IslandsMenorca (Minorca)is an ideal holiday destination catering for families and singles alike.The island has a charm unlike any other with it's spectacular scenery, quaint little villages and sandy beaches It also has a great nightlife in popular towns ofMahon, Villacarlos, Alayor and Punta Prima
Only 34 kms away from Majorca it is the second largest of the Balearic Islands.The scenery on the island is spectacularand with the number of beachesalmost the sameas Majorca and Ibiza combined, which makes it an ideal location for the nature or beach lovers.
Menorca has a wide range of accomodationfrom budget hotels to5 star luxury hotels, camping to caravanning in the national park situated on the beach which caters for all tastes and budgets.
The coastline of Menorca is stunning with golden sandy beaches that are nowhere near as crowded as the neighbouring islands of Majorca and Ibiza. It also has more beaches than Majorca and Ibiza put together. The beaches are not as busy with much less development and have quiet little coves scattered around the island where you can enjoy the ultimate hideaway for a lazy days, enjoying the sun, sea and sand uninterrupted. The main resorts do provide all the facilities that any tourist would require. On the whole the beaches of Menorca tend to be small relatively unspoilt the exception to this is Son Bou beach which is host to one the best and longest beaches( 2 miles/3km long) in Menorca and with crystal clear waters stretching out into the distance. Son Bou beach is on the South East side of the Island
The weather in Menorca is classic Mediterranean with mild winters and relativley hot summers, making it a year round holiday destination. At it's peak, summer days can provide 11 hours of sun a day, with virtualy no rainfall during summer months.
The weather makes it a popular destination for holiday makers from all nationalies.
Son Parc Golf Course is the only golf course on the Island Menorca.This championship course set in one of Menorca’s most scenic destinations and has enough challenges for the most experienced of players, but all caters to beginners
Flights to Menorca leave from 21 regional airports from within the UK and Ireland. Please check with your local airports or airline to confirm times and dates, as some operators only fly during the summer months.. Learn more...