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Tours, experiences and excursions in Menorca

Menorca is situated in the eastern corner of the Balearic Islands and has a rich architectural, archaeological and cultural heritage. Its coast is a succession of magnificent beaches and nature reserves. If you plan to visit this island we can suggest some interesting activities and experiences, both relaxing and adventurous, to fully enjoy your stay: boat, catamaran and sailing excursions, snorkeling, diving adventures, kayak tours, horse riding experiences in Menorca’s beautiful coves and hidden corners, jeep safari, wine and food tasting tours, private excursions to the marvels and famous monuments of the island, and much more.

Things to do and see in Menorca
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San Jose Caves Guided Tour from Valencia

Our excursion is departing from Valencia city to discover the largest underground river in Europe declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. An amazin …More

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Visit the 8 most beautiful beaches in the South of Menorca Marenostrum

Discover the spectacular and emblematic South coast of Menorca from Cala Galdana. The best way to enjoy the sea if you come to Menorca. The European C …More

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Transfer Alcudia - Ciutadella

Day return tickets for a hydrofoil, motor ship or ferry transfer. Wide choice of departure and return time. …More

About Menorca

Menorca’s atmosphere is more relaxed than that of its neighbouring islands, Ibiza and Mallorca. It is famous for its diverse sunny beaches, from the endless, half-moon shaped, sandy shores, to the small rocky bays with turquoise waters, called “calas”. The coast is bordered by pine groves where you can chill in the shade. The capital of the island is Mahon, situated on a headland above the harbour. Its historical features are the Georgian buildings and a XIII century church. The island has a rich variety of landscapes and many different species live in it. The local administrations have successfully managed to pair mass tourism with the protection of the natural environment. Menorca is also an open air prehistoric museum, with more than 1500 archaeological sites.

The climate is typically Mediterranean, with warm temperatures all year long. Menorca’s typical wind is the strong northern tramuntana, especially during the winter months.

Life in Menorca is different. It is special and unique. It is a place to enjoy, a new landscape to discover and a haven of rest.