A UNESCO World Heritage Island with plenty of treasures
This Balearic Island is an amazing sunny destination with a mix of colonial and local architecture and many traditional summer festivals that always surprise visitors. During these events, Menorcans especially love to show their stunning native horses.
Holiday-makers choose Menorca for its wonderful landscapes, its beaches, its wildlife and also its incredible cultural heritage.
Menorca has more beaches than Ibiza and Mallorca combined and it is a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1993. UNESCO recognised Menorca for its diversified Mediterranean landscapes, the species of animals and plants found exclusively on the island, the preservation of the traditional rural countryside, the archaeological and ethnological heritage sites and the megalithic stone monuments.
Visitors are happily surprised to find good local wine and gin. They are also keen on tasting Mahón cheese, a cheese typical of the island.
Menorca is an ideal spot to rent a villa with friends or family in order to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea, outdoor activities, good food, the lovely Catalan language and much more!
Inland 70,000km of dry-stone walls
Parc Natural S’Albufera d’es Grau: The largest freshwater lagoon in the Balearics