Holiday attractions
Síguenos en Facebook


One of the island's treasures are definitely its beaches and coves. The coast line is formed by an almost endless series of these as, except a few occasions, it doesn't display any long beaches. This fact awards it with a great diversity of landscapes, sceneries and a its own personality to each beach.

There are beaches for all tastes, from beaches with tourist services to hidden virgin coves; although all of them have one thing in common: their crystal waters.

The natural and geographical characteristics of the island establish a great difference between the northern beaches to those along the south coast.

The southern coast is formed by white sand lines surrounded by abundant pine tree woods their calm waters are, in the major part, of a turquoise tone which will leave us astonished. The north is sharper due to the erosion caused by the tramontana wind against the coast. The sand id thicker and darker in colour, the vegetation is also shorter than the one at the south. The Minorcan north coast sceneries seem to appear, as a caprice of Nature, into an idyllic landscape usually stained by the ochre and red of the rocks. The presence of the posidonia, an endemic Mediterranean sea weed, along the Minorcan coast is the best sign to indicate the best health of the island's beaches.

The enormous natural diversity held within the Minorcan coves and beaches makes it possible for us to discover endemic species to the island amongst its fascinating underwater world as the nature that surrounds it.


Acceso Agencias de Viajes
Reserva iPhone

Maó is the local name for the capital but it is also known as Mahon in the Spanish language. We have mentioned that...

The town was conquered by the vandals and later belonged to the Byzantine Empire. The Muslims stayed from 7th century un...

This pretty whitewashed town lies close to some of the islands most spectacular scenery, with natural gorges to the sout...

The geographical centre of the island dates back to the times of the Spanish Reconquering of the Moors and its centre ra...

Built around the old Ihalor hill, from where it takes its name, the city was founded by King James II of Mallorca in the...

Its origin dates back to 1768 when Sant Cristófol Church (Església de Sant Cristófol) was built. Es Migjo...

During the Seven Year War (1756-1763) the French built a barracks in this village in order to house its men and to estab...

Es Castell is situated on the Port of Maó and is the most easterly town in Spain and is the most British town of th...