Apartments in Menorca: Accommodations under the sun
Menorca is a touristic island that got a later start in this market. With an easy-going lifestyle and surprising landscapes, UNESCO declared it a Biosphere Reserve by in 1993 for its native island species that earned it the award of being a natural heritage spot. It has a Mediterranean climate with rainfall concentrated in the autumn and hot summers. The language spoken is Menorquín, a dialect of Catalan. The island has interesting archaeological sites from different cultures that inhabited the island. For those who are on the lookout for a tasty meal, Mahón cheese is a gastronomical gem. Handmade glass, pearls and leather making are widely appreciated and have the seal of international quality. Not to mention the beaches, 45 of them have soft sand, 5 have little stones and 4 are rocky. There’s nothing this island doesn’t have, but if you’re lacking a Menorca accommodation, rent now and don’t think twice about it.
Places to go in Menorca
- Calan Forcat is one of the small coves in Menorca. What makes it unique are the rocky surroundings suitable for relaxing on due to the stone being polished. You can also go diving, snorkeling or just simply wander around. If you prefer to just lie in the sand and sunbathe, Calan Forcat is just the place you need.
- Calan Blanes is in the town of Ciutadella. Despite its small size, it’s an ideal place to go diving into its waters, there are also paddleboats for rent and lifeguards on dutyBeing surrounded by vegetation makes it an ideal place for those really hot days and an unrivaled option for those who wish to rent apartments in Menorca.
- Calan Bosch is located in the southwest of Menorca, an exquisite beach where you can practice sports and eat tasty tapas at the beach bars. In addition, it has showers and parking available. It’s a great option if you are travelling with children.
- Son Bou Santo Tomas is a beach that stretches for nearly 2.5 kilometers, its golden sands are the delight of many visitors. The beach is located 40 kilometers from Ciutadella and has sunbeds, parasols and beach bars if you want to get something to eat or drink. Close by are the remains of the early Christian Basilica of Son Bou.
- Cala Galdana is an excellent place in its entirety. Just 23 kilometers away from Ciutadella, it has everything you need: beach, blue sea, shops, restaurants, beach bars, kiosks, parasols and sunbeds for sunbathing without ever having to touch the sand. In addition, you can go paragliding. As if that were not enough, a few minutes away walking you can find Cala Macarella. If you want to visit Cala Galdana from the sea, you can also rent a motorboat starting at €65 for two hours and €100 for four hours.
- Es Mercadal is located in the foothills of Mount Toro, the tallest of the island, known for being a spiritual center to the Menorcan community and a place to where many visitors flock. It has beautiful scenery for hiking or bird watching.
- Ferrerías is a town with Moorish imprint. It was the last bastion and the Castle of Sent Agays, on top of the Santa Águeda Mountain in Camí dels Alocs, is a reminder of this. Beside it is an incredible Roman roadway which will take you for a walk through history. Exploring this rural town is wonderful because the nature makes it great for hiking and bird watching.
- The Island Council of Menorca and the island’s airport are located in Mahón. It’s a cosmopolitan center that has everything the visitor could need to enjoy their stay. You can visit Grau, which has a pond as well as beach, the Mola Fortress, which is located at the mouth of the harbor, as well as the door of the wall that surrounds the city, the bastion of San Roc.
- Founded in the eighteenth century by the French, Sant Lluís preserves the French styled urbanization, Es Cós being the main street with the most social and commercial activity. Nearby there are ideal places to visit, such as Cala Rafalet and Cala Biniancolla, among others.
- Ciutadella is simply beautiful. Winding streets, Mediterranean style buildings, well-kept archaeological relics, the port and the sea. Ciutadella is all of this and more. It has lots of beaches with crystalline water perfect for swimming and snorkeling. In the afternoon you can go for a beer at the Borne Square and eat dinner at one of the many restaurants that serve traditional food.
- San Jaime Mediterráneo has beauty, charm and style. It has beaches for practicing all the water and marine sports you like.
- Fornells is a lagoon 3 kilometers wide, which historically has been a place for fishing and today is one of the preferred spots for its traditional dish, lobster stew. A visit to the Fornells Tower is something you shouldn’t miss it has the best views of the coast and you can take great photographs.
Our Menorca apartments are in the vicinity of all these magnificent places of natural beauty and the different tourist services. The only thing you will have to worry about is spending magical days under the sun in front of the sea.
Accommodation in Menorca
Menorca is the ideal place for going on holiday. We have charming studios, beautifully furnished apartments, apartments for all variety of tastes and to top it all, they’re the least expensive on the market. As we enjoy keeping our visitors happy and preoccupied by nothing except having fun , all of our accommodations are of the highest quality and perfectly equipped. Don’t waste any more time, go ahead and rent one of our short-term Menorca apartments.
How to get to Menorca
The Menorca airport is located 4.5 kilometers from Mahón. To get to the city you must take the number 10 line, which will take you to the Mahón bus station, from where you can find transportation that will get you all over the island. The fare to the Mahón bus terminal is €2.65 and the buses leave every half hour.
There are also taxis outside of the airport arrival gate. Avoid taking them out at the terminal and ask for the bill in case any luggage is lost.