Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Menorca1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Menorca with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Menorca areaThis Menorca map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Menorca and surroundings
Spain - moving around the countrySpain has one of the most powerful transport systems in Europe. The country is largely bordered by different water bodies causing the water network to be well developed. Historically, Spain was considered the strongest maritime power, and all the potential built up over the years of development reached the highest level. All major sea ports are designed to transport residents and visitors of the country. With the help of a ferry, you can get to the island part of the country. Depending on the destination and luggage size, the cost of ferry tickets on average ranges from 22 to 49 Euros. Some tourists traveling by car can also use the ferry to transport their cars to the mainland or the island. In the active tourist months, there are additional cruise liners in seaports. … Open
Nature and parks of SpainThe National Park of the Atlantic Islands in Galicia is another place with an amazing landscape. The park is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The coastal part is occupied by picturesque beaches with white quartz sand. The rest of the territory is overgrown with laurel and beech forests. Along the coast dolphins, seagulls, crested cormorants, and auks live. Rodas Beach located on the junction of the islands, is one of the most beautiful in the world. An amazingly rich flora waits for tourists in the Cabaneros Park in the central part of the country. The Iberian lynx lives in the forest of the park. You can also meet unique birds, including the black stork and Adalbert's eagle. You can get to Cabaneros, as well as to most other parks, during tours. … Open
Photogallery of Menorca sights
Our guide to Menorca
Cultural excursion through Menorca - things to see
The location of a monument of a later period is the Santa Agueda Playa. The area keeps an ancient castle of Santa Agueda. This majestic fortress has perfectly survived through the long course of history and appears to visitors in all its glory. The fine chapel of St. Anna is located not far from the fortress. The Roman road start is set close to the chapel. The age of the road is over two thousand years and walking … Open
Top hotels with reviews
Sol Gavilanes resort hotel is situated at the scenic Cala Galdana beach. Located only few minutes away from the coast, it offers its guests excellent view from panoramic terraces set up on the hotel's roof. Rooms and public areas of Sol Gavinales are decorated in modern style and enhanced with artistic illumination. The hotel also offers a number of additional services, including an excellent kid club with skilled … Open
Attractions and active leisure
More private and secluded beaches are located in the north part of the island as the sea is rather peaceful there. This is the main feature that makes the area perfect even for comfortable recreation with kids. The private seekers will love the Santa Galdana Bay. Any moment the travelers may leave the beach and set off to exploration of the local natural attractions. The village of Fornells will be of great … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Prudent tourists are highly recommended to visit the Cafe del Nord restaurant as it serves excellent treats of Spanish cuisine at most tempting and attractive pricing. The main feature of the eating house is a truly huge serving size that is why ordering of one dish for two is quiet reasonable. An elegant and fine eating destination named The Anchor specializes in European cuisine. The restaurant will also please … Open
Traditions and mentality of Menorca
The most interesting holiday is considered to be the Festes de San Joan traditionally held in June. For the whole week local folks honor San Joan. The fest is rich in different events. The holiday is added with festive treats. During a walk one may find numerous concession stalls offering sweets and refreshing drinks the most popular of which is gin of local production called “ginebra”. The end of the August … Open
Travel guide to Menorca
An excursion to Fort Marlborough, promises to be exciting. It was built in the 18th century and is located in the picturesque bay of St. Stephen. This fort was built specifically to protect the port Mahon. Several years ago, an interesting historical museum was opened in the fort. Its collection of exhibits is dedicated to colonial times. Travelers who like to explore nature attractions should go to the resort … Open