There are many fantastic places to stay in Menorca when you decide to spend your holiday on this beautiful island. Menorca villas come in all shapes, sizes and budgets, but the most important thing to decide is the location of where you want to stay. Luckily, you are never far from the sea even if you stay inland, and there are plenty of beautiful places to choose from to spend your holiday.
Here are some of the top destinations on the island to help you choose the best place for you to book your Menorca villas in – or within a short drive.
This is the main settlement in Menorca, and if you prefer to spend your time in a busier city than in a quiet fishing village then this is the place to visit. Even if you wish to stay in villas in quieter locations, it is wonderful to spend a day here, soaking up the atmosphere. Attractions here include the Cathedral of Menorca and the Plaza del Mercat, and if you visit in June then you may be able to enjoy the annual Festival of Saint John – one of the best festivals on the island.
If you want to head somewhere inland then Alaior could be the perfect option. One of the main features of this quaint town is the peaceful Old Town, and you absolutely The Best Beaches in Italy must not miss out on the delicious ice cream sold at the parlours throughout the town. If you feel a bit adventurous then there is a hill nearby which you can climb and it is not too strenuous. At the top you will find the Church of Santa Eulalia, and the views of the surroundings are well worth the trip.
Son Bou is a beautiful beach resort where you will be able to enjoy relaxation, great weather, historical treats and the longest beach in Menorca. There are many Menorca villas located here, and it makes for an ideal place to spend a holiday. You could take a trip to Cap de Penyes which is an ancient fortified village, or visit the Bronze Age settlement of Torre d’en Galmés which also boasts stunning views out over the ocean. Or of course you could just spend your time on the excellent beach and eating fresh seafood in the numerous restaurants.
Mahón is a port town and one of the most popular places to stay or visit on a trip to the island. The port is one of the best areas to explore, and there are plenty of historical buildings to visit including the Fortress of Isabella II. A trip out to Rei Island, where you will find a Christian basilica, is also worth considering whilst you are here, and the Mare de Deu de Gràcia Festival in September is when the town comes to life – so if you are here during this then you will be in for a treat.