Villages around Menorca

Menorca is sparsely dotted with a original villages-most original farming communities with charming whitewashed farmhouse and picturesque surroundings. Most are in the South East of Menorca and connected with delightful , stone walled, single track roads called 'Camis'.

Torret

A village straight out of the picture books, traditional menorcan architecture, with lots of bougainvillea draped over the old white washed houses. Best to leave the car at the entrance roads and just wander respectfully or as part of a cycle tour. Home to highly regarded restaurants for food lovers (Sa Pedrera des Pujol, Sa Parereta d'en Doro, Pan y Vino ). From behind the unmissable watchtower you can wander down to the coast at Cala Torret.


Sa Mesquida

Tiny untouched fishing village on the north east coast with a lovely large virgin beach (Playa Sa Mesquida) and a Bar Restaurant and excellent fish restaurant - Cap Roig. Part of Cami Cavalls coastal walk. Bus from Mahon. Historical landing point of Invaders!

Sa Mesquida Guide

Village from beach
Watch Tower
Beach area
Spring beach Mesquida

South East Villages

The south east corner of Menorca has often been called the 'Golden Triangle' as it contains not only idylic beach resorts but also traditional picture postcard villages, several towns, excellent restaurants and many historical sites - In fact real Menorca! 

Tip Visit Binifadet Vineyard and Summer terrace

Trebaluger

Close to Punta Prima's sandy beach and Es Castell. Set in lovely country with lot's of walks to coast eg Cala Rafalet. Charming Supermarket renoewd for it;s butcher's couonter. Pre historic site and Close to excellent restaurants( Taxi/Car )

Several private Holiday Homes to rent


Sant Antoni / Cala Longa

Lies opposite Mahon and is a well to do area where original fishermans houses nestle amongst large luxury houses and summer villas. Water Taxi services to travel across the bay.

Village from beach
Watch Tower
Beach area
Spring beach Mesquida

Sa Mesquida

Tiny untouched fishing village on the north east coast with a lovely large virgin beach (Playa Sa Mesquida) and a Bar Restaurant and excellent fish restaurant - Cap Roig. Part of Cami Cavalls coastal walk. Bus from Mahon. Historical landing point of Invaders!

Sa Mesquida Guide

Village from beach
Watch Tower
Beach area
Spring beach Mesquida

Sant Antoni / Cala Longa

Lies opposite Mahon and is a well to do area where original fishermans houses nestle amongst large luxury houses and summer villas. Water Taxi services to travel across the bay.

Village from beach
Watch Tower
Beach area
Spring beach Mesquida

Llucmacanes

If you are mobile, this little village ( 2km from west Mahon ) is a stop off point along attractive, stone walled country lanes to and from the coast. A residential village, many of the former farmhouses have been turned into homes and holiday homes. A little supermarket, plus two tiny atmospheric (open evenings only) restaurants. Es Nit in 300 year old farmhouse (international) and Sa Vinya (Menorcan) . A third larger restaurant, Halliseys has recently opened up here relocating fom the Son Parc Golf Club. All offer a very different experience to any beach resort restaurants for something more special. There are walks into the nearby attractive countryside.

Pou Nou

One of several villages / hamlets in the countryside around Sant Lluis and Es Castell. Part of a network of lovely walks and cycling in traditional Menorcan landscapes.


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