Declared a Biosphere Reserve, Menorca offers its visitors a rich culture to explore. Bathed by the warm light of the Mediterranean, Menorca boasts idyllic white sand and crystalline waters, with cliffs and gullies and wonderful rural roads to get lost in while discovering its 5,000 year history. A rich archaeological legacy immersed in nature, where the historical harmony and serenity of the island join the vibrant contrast of spectacular equestrian traditions and a heritage as unique as the island’s exquisite cuisine.
With some 216 kilometers of coastline, one of the best preserved of the Mediterranean, the island boasts more than seventy beaches on its perimeter, its most famous natural attraction. The vast majority feature fine white sand, whereas the south of the island boasts a thicker sand and the north boasts a reddish sand, a color in sharp contrast with the crystal clear waters for a spectacular effect.