Minorque is the most northern island of the Balearic archipelago, the greenest island in the Balearics. To reach the island of Minorque you have two choices: by plane to Minorque airport or by boat, mainly from Valencia, Denia and Barcelona and, of course, from the other Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Mallorca and Formentera.
Its numerous beaches are the main attraction of Minorque island. From long white sandy beaches to rocky coves with turquoise waters of a deep blue: these are the beaches of Minorque. There are beaches for every like, you just have to choose. Altogether Minorque has 75 beaches, 9 of which are awarded the Blue Flag, the symbol of best quality. They include such famous names that it does not need to be presented. Bays beaches as well known as Cala Macarella, Cala Turquesa, Cala Galdana and Cala Mitjana are the nicest and most popular beaches on the island of Menorca. But are not the only ones: the Caribbean beach of Son Bou, 1 mile long, is the longest beach and give you the feeling of being in paradise. Other popular beaches and coves are Cala Blanca, Cala Morell, Cala en Porter and S'algar.
A visit to Minorque is not complete without going through its two main cities: Mahon and Ciudadela. Mahon is the main town of the island of Menorca which has several attractive beaches such as Cala Rata and Cala Barrel and can also boast of the invention of mayonnaise. The other city, Cuidadela of Menorca, located at the opposite end of the island, is the city with the highest number of inhabitants of the island. Its natural harbor, the characteristic streets and the nearby beaches are the main attraction.
Hotels in Minorque: over the entire island of Minorque you can find a very wide range of hotels, hostels and other types of accommodation.