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      Wild and wonderful, Menora is the most untouched of the Balearic Islands. At the moment of disembarking, you can feel the peaceful atmosphere immediately. With 216 km of coastline, stone walls snake the island in the countryside of protected natural parks, Menorca is easily the best-kept secret in the Balearics. A delight to the senses, you can bask in the sounds of nature with the birds chirping and the sea lightly clapping the rocks, the enticing smells of Mediterranean cuisine being served in the local chiringuitos and the sites of golden sunsets reflecting off the rocky calas are simply breathtaking.

The easternmost island of the Balearics is unlike the rest, with it’s well preserved natural landscape and minimal tourism, you will often feel as if you are on a private island. Menorca’s calming energy that is unique to its existence. Eager to share what makes Menorca so special, the locals will always greet you with a smile. Charming and quaint, there is an immeasurable amount of countryside and coastal life to discover with sun-bleached countryside fincas and fields of lush green fauna.

With more beaches than Mallorca and Ibiza combined, in Menorca, you will never run out of seaside to explore. Given its modest size, you can easily sail around the entire island, sunbathing in multiple calas throughout the day where you can dip in the cool waters of the Mediterranean. A perfect setting to enjoy water sports, you can also partake in snorkelling the caves of Cova des Pardals or the shipwrecks off the northwest coast of the island. Make sure to spend some time on the mainland by horseback on the Camí de Cavalls (Path of The Horses), which encircles the entire island.

Touch base with the locals in one of their two major cities, Ciutadella or Mahon, which are more like large towns than a metropolitan centre. Stone walls snake the island From the 216km coast dotted with fantastic beaches such as Cala Mitjana & the protected natural parks of the inland outlined with endless stoned walls, Menorca is easily the best-kept secret in the Balearics.


Yachts available in Menorca