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About Menorca

Surrounded by the warm Mediterranean Sea, Menorca is picture-perfect holiday destination. The island is home to white sandy beaches that lead out to the crystal clear water and there is so much beautiful island scenery interspersed with ancient monuments and old forts that you won’t be able to avoid catching a little bit of culture. Menorca has managed to remain relatively unspoiled by tourism and its little fishing villages and quiet villages are well preserved in their original form.

For a great family beach, head over to Son Bou which stretches out for miles along the coast. For something a little more secluded, step off the beaten track to find one of the quiet secluded coves dotted around the island. For the party atmosphere and some great family owned restaurants Ciutadella is the place to stay.

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We have over 300 accommodation options dotted around the island, so you can choose what type of holiday you want and then find the perfect hotel to suit your needs. You can sort hotels by location, rating as well as price and we’ll let you know if they’re family friendly or close to the restaurants and bars.

When To Go

Menorca is a popular tourist destination in the summer months, so to avoid the busy beaches and take advantage of the lower prices, visit outside of the months of July and September: the weather is warm and sunny from May to October. In the winter months many things close so make sure you check if there are certain things you had planned on doing.

Where to Stay

If you want to be in the centre of it all, both Mahon and Ciutadella are packed with trendy bars and eateries. Both cities are only short cycles from beautiful sandy beaches. For families, Sou Bou is full of friendly restaurants and the beach lines the edge of a nature reserve so there’s the opportunity for some lovely walks. For a more traditional stay, head to Es Castell, a sleepy seaside town.