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See Menorca Through an Insider's Eyes

Having spent more than 26 years on the island, we’ve grown to know a thing or two about what there is to see and do here. Whether you want to learn about the history that can be felt in every corner of the island, or are seeking insider tips on local arts and crafts, the most beautiful natural nooks and crannies or the best delicacies to taste – our blog provides you with the knowledge you’ve been looking for.

Manel Anoro’s Menorca

The Balearic Islands have been inspiring painters and sculptors for centuries. Manel Anoro is an artist whose love of vibrant colour drew him to Menorca.

That’s the Spirit: A Taste For Gin

You may expect a glorious Mediterranean island like Menorca to be famous for producing a tipple such as sangria or sherry like its Spanish neighbours.

The Story of Lazareto Island

For decades Menorcans could only look out at the Illa del Llatzeret (Lazareto island) in the Harbour of Mahón. Visit the island and find out its history.

The Bygone Capital: Ciutadella’s Palaces

For the architectural enthusiast, the historic treasure trove of Ciutadella is a delight to visit. Don't miss out.

Local Regions: Sant Lluis

Sant Lluis a region in the south east of Menorca, incorporating some of the island’s most beautiful coves, cliffs and beaches. There's so much to see here, you won't know where to begin.

Local Regions: Alaior

From the stunning beaches on the southern coast at Son Bou to the main town's medieval architecture, Alaior is an excellent region for exploring

Local Regions: Es Mercadal

The region of Es Mercadal at the heart of Menorca provides easy access to the four corners of the island – which, coincidentally, can be seen from Monte Toro, its tallest hill.

Local Regions: Es Castell

The region of Menorca I will be exploring in this week’s blog post is small in size but not in personality. It has everything you'll need for your getaway.

Local Regions: Maó

Guests who are coming to stay in Menorca often ask me for a brief overview of the island’s layout: where are the beaches, nature reserves and other attractions?

OUR RESORTS IN MENORCA

Alaior

For the perfect and authentic Menorca holiday, take a look at our accommodation in Alaior. We have some fabulous choices.

Binibeca

Our rental homes in Binibeca are perfect bases for exploring the island’s wonderful beaches and top attractions.

Binisafuller

Near Binibeca, this small yet charming hamlet is set around a pretty cove with rock platforms that are ideal for sunbathing.

Cala en Porter

Discover the superb family-friendly resort of Cala en Porter on your next trip. Book with us for your dream holiday home.

Cala Galdana

Close to the island’s attractions, our villas in Cala Galdana are perfect for families. Pick and choose from our extensive portfolio.

Es Grau

For an unforgettable Menorca holiday that takes you off the beaten track, take a look at our excellent Es Grau accommodation.

Fornells

Food and travel go hand in hand. Stay in one of our villas in Fornells and experience some of the best gastronomy on the island.

Punta Prima

For a great, self-catered Menorca holiday, book one of our fantastic rental properties in Punta Prima today.

Sant Climent

Our self-catered accommodation in Sant Climent is the ideal base for discovering the island’s rich history and culture, ranging from Roman ruins to jazz bars.

Sant Lluis

For a special holiday experience, stay in one of our Sant Lluis properties – ideally located and perfect for an authentic retreat.

Santo Tomas

Why not make your stay in Santo Tomas extra special by staying in one of our ideally located villas?

Son Bou – San Jaime

If you are looking for a great base in Son Bou, our homes in San Jaime are perfectly situated for exploring the island’s beaches.

Son Bou – Torre Soli Nou

We offer great rental options in Torre Soli Nou, one of the island’s prime resorts. Our handpicked selection boasts some excellent properties.

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