Menorca holidays 2020
Menorca is one of the Balearic Islands, though it takes a slightly more subdued role in its Mediterranean lifestyle than the other islands
What type of holiday does Menorca offer?
Menorca is ideal for a laid-back family retreat from everyday life. Whether you want to spend your days soaking up the sun and sipping sangria on the beach, or getting active with a spot of kayaking, Menorca has it all.
Some of the most popular resorts include Punta Prima, a quiet and relaxed area ideal for merging with the slower pace of life enjoyed by locals. Not to forget Cala Blanca, a purpose built resort boasting bars and restaurants that overlook the sea, a significant pedestrianised shopping area and a wealth of great snorkelling spots.
Menorca is great for:
- All inclusive holidays - Menorca is the best pick of the Balearics if you're looking for a laidback family holiday. Cala en Blanes is a favourite among families due to its wealth of children-friendly activities.
- Family holidays - with a last minute Menorca holiday with the family, you can spend time kicking back on the beautiful stretch of sandy coastline, from Binibeca to Playa de Fornells, or Santo Tomas. Lots of resorts provide kid’s clubs and evening entertainment.
- Cheap holidays - cheap package holidays to Menorca offer everything from five star luxury resorts, to family-friendly beachfront hotels. Top tips include the Carema Club Resort, which boasts its own water park, or the HYB Eurocalas by Garden Hotels, which is a stone’s throw from the beach.
Menorca at a glance
Discover the best beaches
Think clear seas, pristine beaches, untouched coastlines & sandy bays
Rest & relaxation
The island's quiet, pristine vibe makes it the perfect spot for relaxation
Lush natural wonders
Menorca is a UNESCO recognised natural biosphere reserve
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Stroll along the old town streets of Ciutadella
Try the local wine
Menorcan wine is best paired with the delicious, artisan Mahon cheese
Popular with couples
Golden sunsets, quaint bays, sublime seafood & gorgeous wine
Top resorts in Menorca
Cala'n Bosch in Menorca, Balearic Islands …from £145 pp
Playa de Fornells
Playa de Fornells is a quiet beach resort town on the northern coast of the Spanish Balearic Island of Menorca. …from £144 pp
If you are looking for an unforgettable holiday in 2020, then look no further than the sun, sand and surf …from £127 pp
Families, couples and friends will all find a warm welcome in Cala Galdana. If you’re looking for a top-quality beach …from £172 pp
Santo Tomás is a quiet and tranquil resort that enjoys a stunning setting on a protected stretch of coastline in …from £159 pp
Arenal d'en Castell
Arenal d'en Castell in Menorca, Balearic Islands …from £152 pp
Things to do in Menorca
Things to do in Menorca
Menorca is considered the gem of the Balearics. Menorca’s beaches are similar to its neighbouring island Majorca, but here in Menorca beautiful Mediterranean scenery can be enjoyed in more refined and tranquil surroundings. Book a hotel and experience the peace and quiet of Menorca every second of your 2020 holiday.
Pristine beaches and diverse history make Menorca a great choice in the Balearics, especially for those who want to experience sun, sand and rustic Catalan charm. Featuring a mix of colonial and local architecture, from its capital Mahón, or the old capital, Ciutadella, to the popular Cala Galdana, the island is a unique blend of old and new, featuring a variety of fortresses, castles, and even prehistoric monuments, ensuring that there are more things to do in Menorca than lazing on a sandy beach. For those who want a peaceful getaway laced with stunning golden beaches and engaging local heritage, Menorca is the ideal choice.
Menorca adventure holidays
There is a great range of adventurous things to do in Menorca for the intrepid traveller. There are plenty of boat trips available that will transport you deep into the Mediterranean waters, exposing you to the expansive and beautiful coastline, from Cala to Cala. Take a ferry out of Mahon Harbour and explore the other Balearics, if you're visiting for a while. Some of Menorca’s attractions can be enjoyed away from the water, so why not don your walking boots and hike the ancient Cami de Cavalls trail that encircles the island? If your feet are too sore you can swap the boots for a bike and cycle the trail. Both options provide a great overall impression of the island’s geography. Remember, the concierge at your all-inclusive hotel will be able to pick the right activities for your holiday!
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