Menorca is the easternmost of the Balearic Islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Spain. It is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, its relaxed pace of life, and its stunning luxury villas. The island is a feast for the eyes, with rolling hills, lush vegetation, and pristine beaches with crystal-clear waters.
In total, Menorca has over 100 beaches, which is more than Ibiza and Mallorca combined! The turquoise beach of Cala Turqueta is one of the most photographed on the island and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkelling. Cala Macarelleta is a secluded beach, only accessible by foot or boat. It’s a great place to escape the crowds and enjoy peace and quiet. Cala Sa Caleta is a family-friendly beach in a sheltered cove for those travelling with children, providing a great place to swim, sunbathe, and play in the sand.
Menorca offers a variety of activities for guests of all ages, including swimming, sunbathing, water sports, hiking, biking, and exploring the island’s many historical and archaeological sites.
Menorca also boasts a rich cultural heritage. The island is a UNESCO World Heritage site due to its diverse Mediterranean landscapes, animal and plant species unique to the island, the preservation of the traditional rural countryside, the archaeological and ethnological heritage sites, and the megalithic stone monuments.
There are many pretty villages dotted across the island. Each has its own unique character and charm, from the whitewashed houses of Ciutadella to the fishing village of Fornells.
Luxury villas in Menorca offer the ultimate in privacy and exclusivity. From modern beachfront properties to traditional farmhouses, there is a villa to suit every taste.
With its stunning scenery, charming villages, and exclusive private villas, Menorca is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a luxury holiday in style.
See our collection of luxury villas in Menorca below.
- Sandy beaches with crystal-clear waters
- The largest freshwater lagoon in the Balearics
- Vibrant marine life on the surrounding reefs
- Visit the charming Old Town in the island’s capital, Mahon
- Enjoy hiking or biking on the island’s well-marked trails
- Hire a boat and explore hidden coves