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Menorca Hotels and Apartments
Menorca Holidays & Hotels
Hotels in Menorca
There are many different places to stay on the Spanish island of Menorca. It sprawls across a coastline packed with beautiful golden beaches as well as ancient Roman ruins and prehistoric settlements so you can bask in the sunshine or explore.
You can stay at a beachfront resort hotel, book your own villa or a cheaper self-catering apartment where you can enjoy a sangria on your balcony and lounge by the pool. Whether you want to spend an all-inclusive week in one spot, or travel around the island, there’s a lot to do on your Menorcan holiday.
Where to stay
Cala Galdana’s beautiful Blue Flag beach is a great spot for a holiday. With an award-winning clean, white sandy beach and a safe atmosphere, this picturesque part of the island of Menorca is surrounded by green pine trees and rugged cliffs. There’s lots to enjoy in the water itself with paddle boarding and kayaking available, as well as snorkelling near the beautiful cove. This beach is the perfect place to unwind if you fancy a day away from your hotel.
Naveta des Tudons
If you fancy channelling your inner Indiana Jones or Lara Croft, then a stay near Nveta des Tudons will be for you, there are plenty of mesmerising ancient ruins to see. With structures dating all the way back to 2300 B.C. as well as Roman remains, you can spend days exploring the historical sites of the beautiful island, all an easy travel distance from your hotel or apartment. The Navetas was a structure built in the megalithic era and the most stunningly preserved part to see is the burial structure of Naveta des Tudons.
S'Albufera National Park
Menorca is an island of natural beauty, hosting many species of Mediterranean wildlife who live in harmony amongst the local foliage and greenery. The site has been so well maintained it has even been called a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. With caves, wetlands and ravines to explore, you can spend hours taking in the gorgeous Menorcan scenery.
What to see
Menorca is great place to go if you enjoy getting wet and wild at a waterpark. From Splash Sur Menorca in Biniancolla to Castillo Menorca in Ciutadella, you can slip and slide all day, every day if you so choose. Club Sant Jaime is a great place for kids and is located in the southern part of the island, and Los Delfines AquaPark boasts five slides and many on-site eateries to keep you energised for all the aquatic fun.
There are plenty of great beaches such as Cala Macallera and Playa St Thomas, where you can take part is some great watersports like flyboarding and kayaking. If you choose to relax, you can just absorb the glorious Spanish sun from your sunlounger.
Enjoy an exhilarating hike up Monte Toro, where you can take in the sights of the island, including the gorgeous coastline, glistening sea and glorious green foliage. A great day out for those who like to stay active on holiday.
Menorca is a bustling place to enjoy a night out and features many dance clubs, chill-out lounges and bars. Resorts such as Cala'n Forcat and Los Delfines are buzzing with revellers enjoying the late night music, cocktails and loud club scene.
If you’re looking for something more special, you can find caves transformed into bars with both indoor and outdoor areas. Go to a cave bar in Cala en Porter at sunset, which is the perfect setting for drinks and many, many selfies. For a quieter, more laid back night out, you’ll find jazz bars serving delicious Spanish wine and tapas which you can enjoy while listening to live music. Explore the smaller side streets where you can see more authentic local bars and tavernas.
What to eat
Menorca is a Spanish island, and that means it’s the best place to the freshest seafood. The caldereta de langosta, or lobster stew, is the island’s most famous dish and an absolute must-have if you’re on holiday in Menorca. The gambas and calamari, won’t go amiss either and you can get them at many of the seafront restaurants as well as at the all-inclusive For the more traditional and unadventurous, there are many international restaurants on the island as well and for those who enjoy the finer things, there’s even a Michelin-starred restaurant as well.
Menorca produces a great selection of leather goods which can be a great present or investment piece for yourself. There is also a choice of outlet shops where you can stock up on some discount fashion that won’t break the bank. The main shopping area is called Poligno. With plenty of fabulous fresh food markets around, you’ll be able to bring your favourite ingredients back home, or cater your own Menorcan holiday.
Fast Facts about Menorca
- Direct flight time: 2.5 hours from London
- Time Zone: CET (+1 hour)
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish
- Average price of a domestic beer: €3
- Average price of a bottle of wine: €5