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288 12500
130.000 m2 View details
Alaior, Menorca, SpainMenorca, Spain
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Son Blanc Eco Hotel

240 m2 View details
Alaior, Menorca, Spain
From €4,725 / 7 nights

Directors Villa

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Cala Talaier, Menorca, Spain
From €10,920 / 7 nights

Villa Mallaui

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Alaior, Menorca, Spain
From €70,000 / 7 nights

Finca Benedicta



Menorca is the most family-oriented, picturesque and tranquil of the Balearic Islands. The capital, Mahon, is on a bluff overlooking a large harbour, with Georgian mansions and a church with 13th-century roots. A good highway links Mahón with the older town of Ciutadella (the former capital) on the opposite side of the island. Ciudadela is home to a cathedral, partly dating from the 14th century, and also boasts several elegant palaces and medieval churches.


The island has water parks, water sports, cycling and hiking routes, golf, fishing and much more for those wanting a more active holiday. It is blessed with around 46 sandy beaches, plus a few rocky and pebbly beaches, many of which are beautiful small, deserted coves.



Flights – Menorca Airport, also known as Mahon Airport (MAH), is the sole airport on the whole island. It’s situated on the southeast of the island, just under 3 miles (4.5 km) from Mahón – the capital city of Menorca.

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Transfers & Car Rental – If you wish to explore the countryside and coastline outside of your villa’s immediate area, we highly recommend hiring a car for ease. Arranging public transport and taxis can be difficult and cumbersome over the busier months. Our trusted transfer partner’s fantastic fleet allows us to arrange the best vehicle for your needs. Experience the convenience of collection at the airport without queues, or delivery directly to your villa, so that your transport is waiting for you when you arrive. 

Alternatively, if you do not wish to hire a vehicle, we can prebook transfers on your behalf, to get you where you need to go on time with zero fuss.

Ferry – You can travel to Menorca by ferry from the ports of Barcelona and Valencia in mainland Spain. The port of Barcelona is the one closest to the island, with the duration of the ferry ride ranging from 4 to 8 hours. There are also regular ferry services between the Balearic Islands.

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Mahón, or Maó, is the capital of the Spanish island of Menorca. It’s known for its British-style Georgian houses and sheltered harbour (2nd deepest natural port in Europe). Home to some lovely neighbourhoods it features some lovely eateries and stories that can be heard from the walls set back in the days where the English ruled the seas. 


The island’s second city of Ciutadella lives up to its nickname of Vella i Bella, the old and beautiful, with layers of history steeped into the honey-stone buildings. The narrow streets of the old town are pedestrianised and lined with charming shops, bars and restaurants making this an easy place to wander.The daily market is a super place to catch up with friends, enjoy a coffee, buy your fish and watch life go by. 


Alaior is known for the numerous archaeological sites that have been found there, the most notable being Torre d’en Galmés. The area is also known for jewellery and footwear manufacturing, which can be purchased in local shops, as well as the production of the famous Queso de Menorca, artisanal cold meats, liqueurs, ice cream and pastry products. One is able to view the horizon’s amazing sunrises but also as far as the eye can see is the various shades of azures and the neighbouring big sister island of Northern Mallorca and a nice lazy walk in the sun will take you to the secret calitas of Llucari and Sant Llorenc  but of course you cannot escape to explore the beaches of Macarelleta and Macarella although they say the best way to explore Menorca, is by boat! 



  • Binifadet
  • Hort de Sant Patrici Bodega
  • Binitord Bodega



  • Hike the Camí de Cavalls
  • Walking or driving up to the top of Monte Toro (the islands highest viewpoint) on clear day 
  • Sea kayak from Cala Galdana, Fornells, or Es Grau
  • Explore the island on scooter
  • S’Albufera des Grau nature park



Exploring Menorca Unspoilt and privately be it a 4×4 vehicle pretending to be on a safari but in Menorca and exploring the unusually accessible (to the few) fincas, estates and sites very few get to experience. Let us share with you the wine and cheese culture, the talaiotic sites, sharing the sacred path of the horses and ending up on some inaccessible secluded beach. 

  • Get a custom-made pair of Menorcan avarcas (sandals)
  • Visit HAUSER & WIRTH art gallery – accessible by a 15-minute double-decker shuttle boat ride from Mahón
  • Can Oliver in the historic centre of Mahon
  • Museum of Menorca
  • Take a 1-hr boat trip around Mahon port and harbour
  • Private yacht with catering to explore the pristine beaches of Menorca
  • Sunset dinner with a star chef on a local fishing boat (llaut)
  • Visit the Cathedral & Plaça De la Constitució
  • The Night Market in Mahon
  • Visit Ciutadella Cathedral
  • Explore the Lithica Quarry of Pederes de s’Hostal



  • Have lunch at the fish market
  • Mahon cheese tasting, and cheese making experience
  • a trip to Gin Xoriguer, the local gin distillery


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