Menorca Travel Guide
A small island nested within the glistening Balearic Islands of Spain and the backdrop of our latest campaign for the Monikh X Faithfull The Brand collection, Menorca is a dazzling display of picturesque coastline, a bustling city centre and rustic countryside. To help you plan your next sundrenched escape, we’ve compiled our top stay, swims and eats of the magical Island of Menorca.
“Where To Stay: ”
Our top pick - Menorca Experimental. An oasis of relaxation and design, Menorca Experimental is designed in the spirit of an artist’s vacation cottage. With 43 rooms, including 9 with their own dipping pools, this beautiful hotel is a must-do when planning your next Menorca vacation. You can expect to spend your days surrounded by pine groves, relaxing poolside, and eating at the restaurant serving fresh produce from its own vegetable garden.
For a countryside getaway – Son Blanc. Nested within preserved 130 hectares of wilderness and countryside, the renovated 19th-century boutique hotel is the perfect rustic escape. With 14 uniquely styled rooms with private gardens, terraces, and sprawling views and an onsite restaurant serving home-grown produce.
For a stay in the bustling Mahon capital centre – Boutique Hotel Ses Bruixes. With just 16 rooms spread over two buildings, this is the perfect stay for those looking to stay close to the action. With a beautiful courtyard and an abundance of restaurants and shop to explore, it’s the perfect combination of quaint and convenient.
“Where To Eat: ”
For sunset drinks: Cova D’En Xoroi. This bar club is set amongst a series of high cliffs giving you the most beautiful view while you enjoy your afternoon cocktail.
For fresh seafood with stunning coastal views: Cap Roig Restaurant. Enjoy fresh prawns and a crisp white wine while you bask in the beautiful seaside views.
In the heart of Ciutadella Port - Café Balear. Choose an outdoor seat and enjoy a menu of delicious tapas and fresh seafood at the bustling port.
“Where To Swim: ”
Cala en Brut – For glistening blue waters, cliff diving and snorkelling.
Cala d’Algaiarens – For a day on fine, white sands amongst picturesque scenery.
Cala des Talaier – An idyllic, secluded location beloved by the locals.