Ecological protection means that the virgin beaches are really virgin. This means that there are no services, no bars or restaurants. This doesn’t mean that there are no bars on Menorca but they are not on the “postcard beaches” you can see in the publicity. If what you want is enjoying the beautiful beaches and good chiringuitos you have several options.Read more
If you go to Menorca on holidays and you want to do some outdoor activities you can’t miss what I consider the Top 10.Read more
Cala Mitjana is one of the magnificent beaches of the south of Menorca. Located very close to Cala Galdana, Mitjana gives us access to many of the less frequented beaches of the south like Cala Trebaluger, Fustam Cala or Cala Escorxada.Read more
Unfortunately for Camping lovers, the accommodation offer in campsites is very limited in Menorca.
There are only two places prepared for camping in Menorca:1. Camping Son Bou in the north. 2. Atalaia Camping in the south.
In Menorca you can visit different markets and fairs, in winter and summer, where it’s possible to buy all kind of handmade products and typical food of the island. Here you have a list of the markets and fairs by town, updated at the end of 2014.Read more