Cheap Holidays to Menorca

Making up part of the Balearic Islands, Menorca is the quieter island. With stunning scenery and rolling beaches, along with it's old towns, this Island a must for any holiday maker.

There are so many activities to enjoy such as watersports, waterparks and historical sites and monuments, it really does have something for everyone and proves to be a very popular holiday resort.

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Map of Menorca

Map of where Menorca is located in the world
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How Hot?

Enjoying over 300 days of sunshine a year, Menorca summers are hot and the winters mild.

Tourist season runs from May to October when temperatures are generally in the mid-seventies at the beginning and end of season, while the peak months of June-August are in the eighties.

Out and About

Menorca has more beaches than the rest of the Balearic Islands put together but offers a much quieter atmosphere than its larger neighbour, Majorca, making it a great family resort. There are many resorts situated along the shoreline with the two largest being Mahon, the capital of Menorca and Ciutadella, the ancient capital of Menorca.

Menorca is said to be an open air museum and has one of the largest collections of megalithic monuments (standing stones) in the Mediterranean. There are more than 2000 of these monuments throughout the island with some of the earliest dating back to 2,500 BC. Ciutadella is home to a 13th Century Cathedral so come and take a look in the cathedral and the museum to learn a little about the past.

A lot of the resorts have weekly markets which offer a whole host of goods and produce. For those who want to spend some time shopping for souvenirs, there are plenty shops in Ciutadella and Mahon but be aware that siesta is still observed in some places and you may find a lot of shops and banks close between 2pm and 5pm each day.

For a great family day out, why not visit one of the waterparks on the island. The one in Cala%u2019n Blanes has loads of different water rides, whereas the one in Cala%u2019n Bosch does have a selection of water rides but it also has some trampolines and arcade games. There is also a family entertainment park just outside Ciutadella which offers swimming pools, sand pits, trampolines, mini golf and a climbing wall so whatever age the kids are they will be well entertained.

The clear seas and beautiful beaches make the area popular for a variety of outdoor sports such as parasailing, windsurfing, scuba diving and of course there are many organised boat trips. If you prefer to explore on land, why not do a spot of horse riding or simply wander through all the different trails and paths to explore this glorious island.

Out for Lunch!

Menorcan cuisine is very Mediterranean based and has a lot of seafood in it. You can get every kind of cuisine throughout the island from International through to a more traditional menu. Menorca has a claim to fame for Mayonnaise. It was first made in Mao in the 18th century by a French chef. The meat products on the island are known for their quality and flavour. A typical meat dish to try is Sobrasada, pork sausage meat made with red peppers.

The island has a good choice of dining facilities from luxury 5 star restaurants through to street corner snack bars and cafes. The street snack bars and cafes offer a good selection of traditional snacks as well as American style snacks. Enjoy a luxury meal from an International menu or a more traditional menu.

Quick Facts

Flight Time - From London 2 hrs 15 mins, From Manchester 2 hrs 30 mins, From Glasgow 3 hrs

Currency - Euro

Nightlife - Restaurants, Bars, Nightclubs and Cafes - mixed and varied with something for everyone.

Best Time to Visit: April to October with June, July and August being peak time

Top Hotels In Menorca

Here's a list of our top accommodations in Menorca, ranked by our customer ratings and reviews.

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Cala Galdana
Galdana Gardens Apartments are set in well-maintained grounds, opposite the marina in the heart of the resort and within easy reach of the beach. These apartments offer simple self-catering facilities...

4.7 / 5 from 31 reviews

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This friendly and welcoming complex offers guests basic but comfortable accommodation in a peaceful setting for those looking for a relaxing break with plenty of amenities close at hand....

4.4 / 5 from 8 reviews

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Cala'n Bosch
The complex is set within a wide expanse of gardens and is suitable for families with children, for a fun, active holiday....

4.7 / 5 from 20 reviews

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Son Bou
The Mar Blau Apartments are ideal for families and couples alike, offering a relaxing environment with a spacious pool area coupled with comfortable and well equipped self catering accommodation....

4.9 / 5 from 17 reviews

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Playas de Fornells
The Tramontana Park is a complex of self-catering apartments with one or two bedrooms, offering well equipped accommodation in a relaxing and natural environment....

4.6 / 5 from 14 reviews

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Cala Blanca
Situated on the outskirts of the resort, this is a group of 15 villas which make the perfect base for those looking for comfortable accommodation with a private pool....

4.7 / 5 from 9 reviews

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Cala'n Bosch
Providing comfortable self-catering one and two bedroom apartments, the Grupotel Playa Club offers all the conveniences for a relaxed and enjoyable stay....

5 / 5 from 2 reviews

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Cala'n Bosch
This small and friendly complex offers a good standard of self catering accommodation, in a good location for exploring the surrounding area....

5 / 5 from 10 reviews

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Son Bou
Son Bou Gardens Complex offers cheerful and bright self catering accommodation, set over 3 areas, with a friendly atmosphere making it ideal for families with children....

4.6 / 5 from 20 reviews

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Punta Prima
These modern, well maintained apartments are situated on a hillside overlooking the beautiful resort of Punta Prima, ideal for those looking for a peaceful holiday with the resort centre close at hand...

4.7 / 5 from 20 reviews


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