Menorca, the most occidental island of the Mediterranean and the first place in Spain where the sun rises. This is the ideal destination for families, couples and/or groups of friends that want to enjoy with the son, the beaches and the culture.

In 1993 UNESCO declared the island of Menorca a Biosphere Reserve, for it’s natural values and environmental diversity, a worthy environment to be discovered in every corner…

Enjoy an excursion to a Talayotic village, get lost in the streets of a fishing village, enjoy tasting the typical Menorcan food or travel around the main towns.

Prehistoric Menorca

In Menorca you can travel through time when you visit megalithic monuments like “talaiots, navetas and taulas”.

Nowadays, Menorca is hoping to be declared a World Heritage by UNESCO.


Attractions near the hotel


The cala of Biniancolla, located a 10 minutes walk from the hotel, is a small cove located in a quiet urbanization typical of fishermen.

Punta Prima

Within a 20 minutes walk from the hotel is the beach of Punta Prima characterized by its white sand and crystal clear waters. With a wide promenade to enjoy views of the Mediterranean sea and “the island of air.

Fishing village of Binibeca

Located 10 minutes drive away from Binibeca is an ideal fishing village, almost dreamy, by the sea with white houses and narrow streets where you can lose a summer afternoon.

Cities of Menorca

Menorca has a population of 96,000 inhabitants concentrated in its 8 municipalities, focused on its capital Mahon located east of the island, and Ciutadella, ancient capital to the west.


Maó administrative capital of the island is known for having the Mediterranean’s largest natural harbor.
The life of this city goes around the harbor and we will find it by wandering around the beautiful square of the fish market or the market of the Cloister of Carmen, both buildings on the port.


Stroll through the center of Ciutadella, ancient capital of the island, discover a jewel at every step, majestic houses, a magnificent cathedral, palaces and fortress.

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