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Accommodation in Menorca

The captivating landscape of Menorca and the luxury of nature attract millions of holidaymakers to spend their summers on Menorca. The pristine golden sand beaches are preferred and also thriving with accommodation in Menorca. All the municipalities including Es Castell, Ciutadella, Ferreries, Mao, etc. are home to holiday resorts like Cala Llonga, Mahon, Mercadal, and many more that are lined with hotels and apartments in Menorca. Over the years Menorca holidays have become equivalent to beach holidaying in Spain. If you are on a family holiday you can find all-inclusive hotels in Menorca. The resorts of Cala Galdana, Son Bou, Punta Prima, Santo Tomas, etc. offer plenty of family friendly all-inclusive hotels.

Menorca Overview

Sitting in the middle of Balearic sea is the holiday island of Menorca. It is the 2nd largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands. On the west there is Platja Gran while the Punta Prima beach adorns the eastern end, Platja de Cavalleria lies on the north and Playa de Son Bou is on its south. The island is home to many of the pristine Blue Flag award winning beaches of the world. The alluring landscapes, endless beaches, nature parks, and uninterrupted sunshine are prime reasons why Menorca is popular for beach holidays. Menorca experiences mild and wet winters and hot summers with little rain from April to September which is the best time to book your Menorca holiday.

Where to Stay on your Menorca Holiday

Menorca holidays are warm, welcoming and ideal whether you are looking for a tranquil or a lively beach holiday. Couples looking for an escape can go for adults-only hotels in Menorca while solo travellers can easily find beachfront hostels and studio apartments in Menorca. Those who are travelling with a group of friends can rent an apartment in Menorca and enjoy your beach holiday partying whenever you want. Menorca offers all kinds of bright and chic apartments and villas with a kitchen and swimming pool. Some of the apartments are embedded with the landscape and offers a natural retreat. Many hotel chains have opened world class apartment hotels in Menorca that take luxury to a whole new level.

Things to See and Do in Menorca

The island of Menorca is circled by pristine Blue Flag award winning beaches of which the major ones are Playa de Son Bou, Platja Gran, Platja de Cavalleria, Playa de Son Bou, ideal for relaxing as well as all kinds of water sports. A nature trail will introduce you to the varied flora and fauna and the real biodiversity of the island. You can take a tour of the Albufera des Grau Natural park, Son Saura, Coca des Coloms, Favaritx lighthouse, etc. or go for a historical tour of the island and visit the ruins of prehistoric villages, Fortaleza, Menorca museum, For Malborough, historical church and archeological sites. Those who are looking for adrenalin rush can go for adventure tours like horse riding, cycling, hiking, water sports, etc.

Nightlife in Menorca

The beach holiday island of Menorca offers a lively nightlife in the peak season. Ciutadella, Sant Lluis and Es Castell have many dance clubs and discos that are open till dawn attracting party animals from world over to spend their summer here. You can find all kinds of bars here from chic and sophisticated to casual and family friendly bars. The nightclubs are dotted all along the beach areas and there’s something for everyone. Kopas club, Tom’s bar, Moonlight cocktail bar, Sa Clau, La Margaret, Sa Posta De Sol, etc. are some of the best bars on the beachfront in Ciutadella and Es Castell. Isabella beach club, Pura Vida pub Menorca, etc. are some great options in Es Mercadal, etc. You can also try your luck at one of the casinos at Menorca.

Food options in Menorca

The food in Menorca is primarily Catalan with influence of French and British cuisines. It involves high quality locally sourced produce and dominant use of olive, seafood, goat, rabbit. The island produces indigenous mayonnaise, cheese and cold cuts. It is also a paradise for vegetarians as the cuisine uses a lot green vegetables. Some traditional Spanish dishes like Paelas, Tapas, omelettes and numerous sausages, are some of the must try specialties on your Menorca holiday. All the major resorts like Cala Blanca, Mahon, Es Castell, Sant Lluis, Citudella, are lined with restaurants offering various world cuisines like Italian, French, grilled, Mediterranean, etc. Cova Sa Nacra, Ca Na Marga, Bodegas, Cas Consol, are some of the best restaurants based on guest experience.

Shopping in Menorca

Menorca offers a mixed shopping experience with some malls and many local tourist shops. You can buy everything from water sports equipment and gears to clothing and accessories, local handicrafts and souvenirs. Shopping malls and plazas are spread across the entire island and all the municipalities and resorts. Binipreu Menorca is the largest mall located on the island and lies on the east coast. The towns of Ciutadella, Ferreries, Alaior, Es Castell and Mao have more shopping options than the rest of the island. At Manhon and Ciutadella you can also find designer stores for clothing, sunglasses, etc. You can also visit the local weekly markets every Monday and Wednesday at Es Castell and Sant Lluis, night market at Punta Prima and Cales Fonts, and many more, in other towns.

Trivia facts about Menorca

Before you book your Menorca holiday you’ll be glad to know some interesting facts about it. The island was declared a UNESCO Biosphere reserve in 1993. It is also popular for viticulture. Some say that Menorca’s capital city Mahon is the second largest natural harbour in the world. Menorca is home to 900 species of flowering plants. There were so many rabbits on the island that Roman emperor Augustus had to send ferrets to help with hunting them.

Fast Facts about Menorca

Currency: Euro

Language: Catalan and Spanish

Nearest Airport: Menorca Airport (MAH)

Flight time from Dublin to Menorca: 4 hours 35 minutes

Transfer time from airport to Menorca: 14 minutes

Menorca is 1 hour ahead of Dublin


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