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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 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…
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…
Village in Southeast Menorca

Binibèquer Vell

Gleaming white and something of a tourist beehive, Binibèquer's core looks like a charming age-old fishing village, but, in fact, it was modelled on one in the early 1970s. Its sugar-cube houses and tight alleys are…
Beach in Southeast Menorca

Punta Prima

Punta Prima is a small holiday resort with a pleasant 200m-long beach, 9km south of Maó. Although it’s protected by the low expanse of offshore Illa de l’Aire, distinguished by its pencil-thin lighthouse, the waves …
Mediterranean in Southeast Menorca

Pan y Vino

Patrick and Noelia are your hosts at this Menorcan country-house restaurant, where French-meets-Mediterranean cuisine is prepared with finesse. Book a table on the terrace for one of the seasonal tasting menus, whic…
Cave in Southeast Menorca

Cales Coves

A 5km drive east then south from Cala en Porter, these 90 Bronze-Age caves dug into the coastal cliffs are believed to have been used for ritual burials. Though not open to the public, they make a remarkable sight f…
Windmill in Southeast Menorca

Molí de Dalt

Sant Lluís, a bright, white, grid-pattern inland town, was built by the French during their brief occupation of Menorca between 1756 and 1763. Stop to visit the Molí de Dalt, the town's last surviving working flour …