The Son Xoriguer beach is placed in the urbanization of Son Xoriguer, near the marina of Cala en Bosch. Son Xoriguer is a beach very frequented by tourists and families due to its easy access, so if you are looking for tranquility and exclusively beaches, obviously this is not your place.Read more
The beaches of Son Saura, located on the south coast of Ciutadella, are quite popular for their easy access and its amplitude. Son Saura comprises Banyuls beach (facing west) and Bellavista (facing east), but almost everyone refers to those two beaches as Son SauraRead more
Es Talaier is a small unspoilt beach in the south of Ciutadella. It is located very close (walking distance) to the popular Son Saura, and in summer it gets very crowded with bathers.
Es Talaier is another one of the typical southern beaches of Menorca, with its classic turquoise waters and fine white sand. If you came to Menorca to enjoy their natural beaches, you’ve reached one of them!Read more
The Pont d’en Gil is a “hanging” natural bridge near Ciutadella. This bridge is simply is a “hole” in the cliffs below which small and medium boats may pass.Read more
The burial navetas of Menorca are one of the most characteristic elements of the prehistory of the island. The navetas are constructions of stones embedded between them without any cement (cyclopean constructions). Menorca’s most famous naveta is the Naveta des Tudons.
The Naveta des Tudons is the oldest fully preserved building in Europe, and its construction dates to around 1000 BC. It is a collective burial monument, inside which were found the bodies of more than 100 individuals in addition to objects of bronze and bone.Read more