Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, Menorca will allow you to discover a truly special destination, ideal for outdoor activities and sports. Discover its paradisiacal beaches, charming villages and famous popular traditions.
Discover all the island has to offer and enjoy a wide variety of excursions and leisure activities in Menorca. Our staff will be happy to advise you and help you book excursions to the most emblematic places. In addition, we offer you our transfer, car and bicycle rental services, to enable you to explore Menorca comfortably at your own pace.
Punta Prima is a beautiful beach located in a privileged spot, in front of the island of Aire. It is an ideal place to enjoy a few days of beach and relaxation in a quiet, family atmosphere. It is also worth exploring the nearby coves of Binisafúller, Biniparratx, Binidalí or Cales Coves, a spectacular cove with turquoise waters protected by cliffs.
Beaches near Cala Galdana
In addition to the beautiful beach of Cala Galdana, near Comitas Floramar you can discover the marvellous beaches of southern Menorca. Fill your suitcase with memories of your visits to the beaches of Cala Mitjana, Cala Macarella, Arenal de Son Saura, Cala de Trebalúger and many more.
S'Albufera des Grau natural park
Very close to the hotel is S'Albufera des Grau, Menorca's most important natural park. In its more than 5,000 hectares, you can walk along some of its signposted routes, watch the different species of water birds and birds of prey or visit the Favàritx lighthouse and its cliffs.
The Camí de Cavalls
The legendary Camí de Cavalls is a 185-kilometre route along the coastline of Menorca that will take you through exceptional landscapes. On foot or by bicycle, the Camí de Cavalls is a real must for the most active travellers.
Menorca is an island where you can practice all kinds of water sports. If you like the sea, we invite you to embark on a typical Menorcan llaut and visit some of the unspoilt beaches on the northern coast of Menorca, enjoy a sunset from a catamaran or go kayaking or paddle surfing to discover the seabed.