Plaça Nova in Ciutadella de Menorca-Grab the liveliness of Menorca in this little square

Menorca, the beautiful Spanish island surrounded by Mediterranean sea is one good holiday destination with attractions, amenities filled holiday villas where you can take your family and friends for holidays. When you’re in Ciutadella de Menorca, most important city in Menorca’s west do visit the little and beautiful square called Plaça Nova, a square with so much good vibes and liveliness in Menorca. From Ciutadella de Menorca’s centre you can reach Plaça Nova by just walking few hundred metres towards north in Menorca. Though, Plaça Nova is a little square in Menorca it looks so beautiful and well-packed with traditional Spanish Tapas bars, boutique shops, gift shops, cafés-both traditional and trendy. Not much to look for, but Plaça Nova is definitely a good tourist spot with both locals and tourists of Menorca island.

Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village in Menorca-Precious and preserved historic village in Menorca

Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village-Menorca
Taula at Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village

Menorca, the beautiful Spanish island surrounded by Mediterranean is loaded with attractions and spectacular holiday villas which make people to flock to Menorca to spend their holidays with family and friends. One of the beautiful and an interesting historical landmark with taula(a Stonehenge-esque stone monument found only in Menorca, Spain) is Torralba d’en Salord, a preserved Talaiotic Village in Menorca. You can reach the Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village by travelling nearly 7 kilometres towards south-east from Menorca’s main city centre. Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village shows the evidences of Bronze age via megaliths, pillared buildings, walls of huge boulders and excavated caves which is considered the treasure from Middle Ages in Menorca, Spain. There is a wide opinion and archeological evidences that Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village was inhabited between 1000 BC and until the arrival of Romans into Menorca island. Taking a guided tour to Torralba d’en Salord Talaiotic Village is really advisable, so that you’ll get the exact essence and richness of these precious historical landmark in the island of Menorca.

Visit the British Fortress Fort Marlborough in Menorca

Menorca, the beautiful island of Spain have lots of attractions that make people from various nations to fly to Menorca to enjoy great holidaying with family and friends. One of the beautiful and interesting historical landmark to visit in Menorca island is the popular Fort Marlborough located close to Mahón(Menorca’s capital). You can reach the Fort Marlborough by traveling 22 kilometres towards south-east from Menorca’s main town and it’s found at the entrance of popular Port Mahón (or) Mahón harbour in Menorca. Being built during 1720, Fort Marlborough is one of the best British influenced Fortress in Menorca island. If you’re interested in historical landmarks and ruins and admiring ancient architectures then you shall definitely visit Fort Marlborough in Menorca.

Playa Binibeca(Platja de Binibeca) in Menorca-One of the amazing cala & fishing village in Menorca

Menorca, the Balearic island of Spain have enchanting attractions to make you and your family, friends to enjoy & experience beautiful holidaying when you’re in Menorca. You can find many beautiful calas and coves in Menorca, which let you enjoy a beach day with less-crowd and peaceful ambience and one such beautiful cala of Menorca to visit is the Playa Binibeca(Platja de Binibeca or Sant Lluis) located on the south-east coastline of Menorca island. You can the Playa Binibeca beach by traveling 23 kilometres towards south-east from Menorca’s main city in the island. Playa Binibeca beach looks beautiful with crystal clear blue waters, low-lying rocks which eventually forms the cove/bay and the white sandy shore at their foot. Do visit the beautiful fishing village-Binibeca when you visit Playa Binibeca beach and admire the ‘Old town’ touch with the small houses and cobbled streets. You can also find numerous restaurants, cafés, bars, playing areas and many shops, services that will facilitate a perfect beach day to the tourists who visits Playa Binibeca beach in Menorca.

Cape Cavalleria Lighthouse in Menorca-Lighthouse over rockcliffs in Menorca

Menorca, the beautiful Canary island of Spain have loads of beautiful attractions which attract thousands of tourists/travelers throughout the year & offer a great holidaying with family and friends. Menorca offers many beautiful sight-seeing destinations and the Menorca’s lighthouses are such a beauty which you can’t skip visiting, when you’re in Menorca island. One such beautiful lighthouse in northern coastline of Menorca is the Cape Cavalleria Lighthouse, which is located nearly 25 kilometres away from Menorca’s main city in the island. The Cape Cavalleria Lighthouse was opened during the year 1857 and the 15 metre high tall-beauty is now 164 years old. Though, the Cavalleria Lighthouse is only 15 metre tall, it stands comfortably over the tallest rock cliffs in North-East coastline of Menorca which is 95 metre above the sea level, which makes the Cape Cavalleria Lighthouse actually tall and more picturesque. You have a café to sit back and relax with a small museum nearby the Cape Cavalleria Lighthouse in Menorca. You can also find two more popular viewpoints/lighthouse nearby such as: Favàritx lighthouse(Far de Favàritx/Faro de Favàritx) and Punta Nati lighthouse of Menorca.

Binimel-La beach in Northern Menorca-Calm & beautiful beach in Menorca

Menorca, the beautiful island of Spain surrounded by Mediterranean is one of the most delighted holidaying destination to take your family and friends in Spain. Menorca have many beautiful beaches to visit and one particular beach to visit on Menorca’s north is the Binimel-La(Platja de Binimel·là). You can reach the Binimel-La beach by traveling 22 kilometres towards the north coastline of Menorca from Menorca’s main city. Binimel-La beach looks unique and beautiful with coarse red sand shore and small lake welcoming towards the beach. Since, it’s a secluded and naturally un-spoilt you can find the beach less-crowded except for the summer months in Menorca. You can find many calas and coves nearby Binimel-La beach’s right side and if you prefer a quite long-walk then you shall reach another popular beach called Cala Pregonda after few minutes of walking. Since, it’s tranquil you can find less amenities such as cafés and restaurants nearby Binimel-La, but, if you’re looking for a calm and relaxing beach day, then Binimel-La can definitely be visited in Menorca.

Visit the massive Parc Natural de s’Albufera des Grau(Albufera des Grau Natural Park) in Menorca

Menorca, the mesmerizing beauty of Spain surrounded by Mediterranean welcome thousands of tourists throughout the year, as the people who tour to Menorca find the ‘Menorca holiday’ as ‘Amazing!’ because of the alluring attractions and holiday villas & beachfront villas in Menorca. One of the interesting attraction you shall visit when you’re Menorca island is the Parc Natural de s’Albufera des Grau(Albufera des Grau Natural Park), a vast marshland conservation located over the east coastline of the island. You can reach Parc Natural de s’Albufera des Grau(Albufera des Grau Natural Park) by traveling nearly 22 kilometres towards east coastline from Menorca’s main city. Albufera des Grau Natural Park is the best place to spot Menorca’s rich floral and fauna in the form of numerous plants, tress and beautiful birds in their own natural habitat without causing any disturbance. You have everything at Albufera des Grau Natural Park such as: forests, agricultural and livestock areas, wetlands, islets and a marine area, a coastline of cliffs and beaches. You shall need proper guidance to reach Albufera des Grau Natural Park, in which you can seek the help of the villas in Menorca, you’re staying in. Do visit this natural reserve, to get your mind and soul freshen-up during your holiday in Menorca.

Torre d’en Galmés in Menorca-Time travel to bronze age in Menorca

Menorca, the Spanish island surrounded by Mediterranean sea have lots of attractions which make people from various nations to flock to this beautiful island to spend their holidays. Though Menorca is an island with beautiful beaches, you have many interesting destinations that could take you in surprise by porting back to pre-historic times of Menorca and the popular Torre d’en Galmés will definitely top the list. The Torre d’en Galmés is an historical site which belongs to the bronze age of mankind which is also called the Talayotic era(1400 BC). You can reach the Torre d’en Galmés by traveling 8 kilometres towards south from Menorca’s main city. Torre d’en Galmés is an old town set over a small hill which let you enjoy panoramic views of the neighbour towns. You can find architectures built using stones which must have been houses, holy places in the past, and a stunning rain water conservation system in the south of Torre d’en Galmés. When you’re in Torre d’en Galmés you can also visit the beautiful Son Bou village and it’s beach, a popular Menorca beach. If you’re interested in knowing about Menorca’s and mankind’s past (or) olden times, then a visit Torre d’en Galmés in Menorca will make you awestruck during your holidaying in Menorca.

Cala Morell in Menorca-Beautiful beach in north Menorca

Menorca, the beautiful island of Spain surrounded by the Mediterranean sea is natural home for many beautiful calas, bays and coves as much as the number of beaches it actually have and also calas/bays are the mostly considered beaches in Menorca island. One such beautiful cala to visit during your holidaying in Menorca with unspoilt beauty of nature is the calm Cala Morell, located in the northern west coastal line of Menorca island. You can reach Cala Morell by traveling 10 kilometres towards northern coastline from Ciutadella de Menorca, main city in western part of Menorca island. Cala Morell in Menorca possess unpsoilt beauty and nature but at the same time, it manages to be a nice urban beach with white houses, limited availability of cafés, restaurants nearby with spectacular beachfront views. The turquoise crystalline water and sandy coast makes this small cala shine as ‘good beach’ in Menorca. Cala Morell definitely suits both families and friends but swimming should be careful around the bay. When you’re near Ciutadella de Menorca you must not miss spending a day at this beautiful Cala Morell in Menorca!

Es Born Square(Plaça des Born) in Menorca-Classic old town square in Menorca

Menorca, the beautiful Balearic island of Spain have evergreen attractions to keep your excitement up when you decide to spend your holiday in Menorca of Spain. Though, Menorca is lovable with beaches you’ll also find amazing medieval architectures with rich history and classy old towns with picturesque views in Menorca which you must visit to get the beautiful essence of the spectacular Menorca island. One such popular destination with ‘old town’ ambience, architectures and picturesque views is the Es Born Square(Plaça des Born), a square located in the Ciutadella de Menorca (a.k.a) Ciutadella. You can reach the Es Born Square(Plaça des Born) by traveling 35 kilometres towards north-west of Menorca island from Menorca’s main city. The Born obelisk at the centre of Es Born Square(Plaça des Born) which is 22 metre high is the centrical attraction of the square and it’s also surrounded by old castle, old bastion, gothic hall and the artistic promenade with the touch of early centuries. You’ll love the classic old town ambience to click some good pictures of your ‘Menorca holiday’ here. You also have cafés, restaurants, bars to taste and relax after your visit to Es Born Square(Plaça des Born) in Ciutadella de Menorca.