Top things to do

Top Choice Nature Reserve in Es Grau & Around

Parc Natural S’Albufera des Grau

This freshwater lagoon and its shores form the ‘nucleus zone’ of Menorca’s protected Unesco Biosphere Reserve. It's a haven for wetland birdlife (including coots and fish eagles) and species like Lilford's wall liza…
Top Choice Bar in Southeast Menorca

Cova d’en Xoroi

For a night on the rocks, head to Menorca's most famous bar-club, perched like an eyrie in a vertiginous cliffside cave. Sunset is primetime, with chillout beats, cocktails and seriously spectacular sea views. DJs p…
Top Choice Museum in Maó

Ca n'Oliver

Built in the early 1800s for the prominent bourgeois Oliver family (who lived here until 1920), this magnificent mansion has been exquisitely restored into an engaging multimedia museum. Its elegant interiors displa…
Top Choice Spanish in Ciutadella

Mon

With Michelin-starred Ciutadella-born chef Felip Llufriu (who trained under Catalonia's celebrated Roca brothers) at the helm, Mon offers just two tasting menus. Your three or seven deliciously inventive courses hig…
Top Choice Winery in Southeast Menorca

Bodegas Binifadet

At Menorca’s top winery, 500m northeast of Sant Lluís, you can amble around vineyards at your own pace, or book in a one-hour guided tour that concludes with a tasting of three house wines with tangy Menorcan goat's…
Top Choice Beach in Southwest Menorca

Cala en Turqueta

One of Menorca's most beautiful and sought-after coves, salt-white Cala en Turqueta gets its name from the turquoise-hued waters that tumble onto its south-coast sands. It's 11km southeast of Ciutadella, about a 1km…
Top Choice Spanish in Ciutadella

Cas Ferrer de Sa Font

For some of Menorca's most authentic local cuisine, book in at this charming, outstanding restaurant housed in an 18th-century blacksmith's forge. The menu revolves around meats and vegetables from the owners' organ…
Museum in Maó

Museu de Menorca

This 17th-century former Franciscan monastery has been a nautical school, a library, a high school, a children’s home and, now, Menorca's main museum. Its well-documented permanent collection, covering the earliest …
Spanish in Southeast Menorca

Bodegas Binifadet

Set on an elegant vine-shaded terrace, the excellent restaurant of Menorca's outstanding winery offers lightly inventive island-inspired cuisine starring local ingredients. Binifadet wines pop up in dishes such as s…
Fortress in Maó

Fort de Marlborough

Britain occupied Menorca principally to gain possession of Maó’s deep natural harbour, captured by the Royal Navy in 1708, and built Fort Marlborough (5km southeast of Maó) to defend the sound. Visits start with a w…