A small island in the Balearic Islands, Menorca attracts, unlike its two sisters Ibiza and Majorca, many fewer tourists each year. Small in size, still very wild, Menorca nevertheless has much to show you far from the mass tourism and nightlife of its neighbors.
Declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1993, Menorca evolves in a wild environment between land and sea and offers many hikes and other rides by bike or horse.
Whether on the beach, on trails such as the Cami de Cavalls or in the Albufera Natural Park in El Grau, take a stroll and discover new landscapes each more beautiful than the next.
Enjoy multiple beaches and incredible coves called “Calas” that dot the island and admire them directly from your hotel room, swim in turquoise water and sunbathe under a bright sun. Enjoy the many water activities offered in Menorca: kayak, paddle, boat tour or diving. Visit the seabed and the many wrecks that have become artificial reefs.