A paradise of idyllic beaches and scenic spots

Calmly surging from the Balearic archipelago lies the island of Menorca. Although much quieter than its neighboring islands, Menorca is a paradise of idyllic beaches and scenic spots, perfect for those in search of tranquility and rest.

With most of its beaches only accessible by foot, one has to wander through valiant pine trees and citrus-scented hills before deserving the magic of swimming in the turquoise Mediterranean waters.

With their singular silhouette, the 7 lighthouses, guardians of the island, offer enchanting views of the sunset and fascinating hikes, while charming hamlets, old towns, castles and cathedrals reflect the island’s rich heritage.

Nature lovers won’t leave the island without discovering the “Cami de Cavalls”, an ancient path of 186 km that encircles the coastline and that pays tribute to the rich history and environment of Menorca. It is not by chance that the UNESCO declared the island a Biosphere Reserve in 1993.

Whether you choose to spend your evening sipping cocktails at the unique cave bar of the island listening to the cradling waves, or dining alfresco at the scenic village of Binibeca savoring fresh seafood, Menorca is magical and far, far away from the race of the everyday life.