Menorca villa holidays
Villas in Menorca
Beautiful beaches are common throughout Menorca. There are over 100 on the island, from lively bright-white stretches with a variety of watersports, to hidden-away horseshoe bays surrounded by the beautiful Menorcan scenery. Or why not shake off the sand and explore the traditional villages off the tourist track, discover prehistoric sites, browse the local market stalls or make the most of the glorious sunshine with a spot of sailing, golf or tennis?
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Days out in Menorca
From catamaran cruises and historical sites at Mahon, to fishing and watersports throughout the island, enjoy a great day out exploring Menorca on your villa holiday. Let the kids splash out at a waterpark, or discover the old capital Ciutadella, with its hidden shops, markets and harbour-front restaurants. For sightseers, trek to Monte Toro for amazing views across the island, or for a bit of ancient history, check out Torre d’en Gaumes - a prehistoric village near Son Bou.
Beaches in Menorca
With pretty golden beaches and quiet coves lining its shores, everyone can make the most of the sunshine from their villa in Menorca. Spend a day on Cala Galdana, a white sandy beach with plenty of bars and shaded picnic spots, or at Menorca's longest beach at Son Bou - ideal for swimming, snorkelling and trying out some watersports. For something a little different, head west to Cala en Turqueta to enjoy the unspoilt views - a real Menorcan gem!
Nightlife in Menorca
Evenings out in Menorca can be as lively or as laid-back as you wish! Chill out in one of the many tapas bars or restaurants at Mahon harbour, or enjoy live music entertainment and late night bars at Ciutadella. Want to try some tasty local dishes? Visit beautiful Fornells and have the fantastic lobster stew - mopping up the juices with local olive oil bread. A visit at fiesta time will also get your toes tapping to traditional music and dancing, and there are dazzling fireworks displays to enjoy.
Fancy a shopping trip to snap up some local souvenirs? Visit Mahon’s maze of streets packed with stylish leather shops and boutiques to find costume jewellery, and fashion, or browse Ciutadella’s backstreets and weekly markets for traditional arts and crafts and famous ‘Abarcas’ sandals. Fancy shopping by night? Visit the local artisan markets in Es Migorn Gran every Tuesday and Alayoir every Wednesday, to pick up all manner of unique trinkets to take home.