Why Visit Menorca?

The sleepy island of Menorca is smaller and more laid-back than its bigger Balearic sisters, Ibiza and Mallorca. The tourist hot spots revolve around fairy-lit marinas, secret beaches, quiet little coves, historical architecture and local tavernas that have been in the family for generations. Visit the resort of Cala Galdana to discover Menorca's best looking beach, walk along the cliffs to Cala Mitjana for some snorkelling or explore the history that is present everywhere on this captivating island. If you are a single traveller seeking a peaceful, relaxing escape to the sun, then this is the perfect place for you!

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Landscapes of Menorca

The island of Menorca has two focal points which are Mahón in the east and Ciutadella in the west. Both areas date back to the 18th century and this is reflected in their architecture. They’re well connected and are hotspots for history enthusiasts and delicious eateries.

Menorca's Best Looking Beach

The resort of Cala Galdana lays claim to Menorca’s best-looking beach and with its shallow waters, sheer limestone cliffs and cashmere-soft white sands, it is no surprise that it attracts many single travellers to its shores. Often compared to a Caribbean island, there are beach bars, watersports and an extensive promenade running along the back of the beach. If you fancy a spot of snorkelling, walk along the cliffs to Cala Mitjana where you will find first-class marine life and the perfect conditions for snorkelling!

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