This is a guide for hikers who want to explore the full Camí de Cavalls in 7 days. To go around the Camí de Cavalls in just 7 days you have to be in good shape, because in total you have to walk more than 150km at a rate of 4 km / hour. The tour starts in Maó and starts along the north coast of Menorca which is much harder than the south coast, because it has longer stretches without possibility of stops.Read more
One of the representative characteristics of Menorca are the magnificent lighthouses on the top of amazing cliffs. There are 7 well known lighthouses spread along the coast of the island.Read more
Menorca is an island exposed to winds. Both when it blows Tramuntana (north wind, the most common) and when it blows Migjorn (south wind) there are appreciable changes in sea state and the beaches.Read more
Menorca is an island in the Mediterranean Sea and therefore has a Mediterranean climate. Summers in Menorca are usually quite hot and dry, while winters are usually mild, with several days of rain.
Thanks to its climate, Menorca has a seasonal tourism is clearly concentrated in the warmer months of the year. People travel to Menorca mainly to enjoy the sun and amazing natural beaches the island offers.
The Camí de Cavalls (Horse Road) of Menorca is considered historic heritage and declared of cultural interest by the Comunidad Autónoma of the Illes Balears (CAIB). It’s a famous path of 185 km that surrounds all the island very close to the coast. Although the origin of the Camí de Cavalls is unknown, during the XVIII century it was used for militar defense because it allowed the militar authority to surveil the coast.Read more