The perfect couples’ getaway.

The first floor of the house, which is rented at an extra charge, is where the main suite is. It sleeps two more people and has a grand double bed (150x190cm) with wonderful 180º views of the sealine, a spacious closet, a desk, a fireplace, a safe for your valuables and an all inclusive bathroom with bidet, shower and WC. The room leads to a terrace with a pergola, with a seating area from which to watch the sunset. Please enquire for more details. 

Careful refurbishment has created a unique atmosphere where modern conveniences tastefully blend with the traditional Menorcan style. 

 

Amenities

The island has been quietly encouraging sustainable tourism for years, long before it became fashionable. Its gentle landscapes are ideal for activities such as walking, cycling or riding – with no scary sharp inclines for those of us who are not super fit.

Stone monuments dating back thousands of years are scattered across the countryside, providing markers for a hiking holiday, while ancient coastal pathshave been restored to link the never ending series of perfect coves.

 

 

Rates

Peak
prices on request

Off-Peak
prices on request


Why go?
Unspoilt, idyllic, glistening sand, turquoise water… just about every tourist brochure cliché is actually true when you are talking about the beaches in Menorca. Outside peak season, it is still often warm enough to sit in the sun and the temperature is ideal for strolling around the coastal paths.
 
Tips

 

A lot of places are closed in the winter, from November to March. Peak season is mid-July to mid-September, with a big drop in prices either side of these dates.

As Menorca is largely flat, cycling is a good option for exploring the island even if you are not exactly super fit.

Try a dangerously refreshing pomada – Menorcan gin with lemonade and lots of ice.

 

 

— J.A.

Where to go!

Menorca is all about getting out on the water, whether swimming, diving, kayaking, paddleboarding or sailing. Back on land, get your walking boots on hike around the coastal path or cycle through the lanes that crisscross the countryside. Spend a morning strolling around the elegant towns of Ciutadella and Mahón at opposite ends of the island, then kick back at a harbourside table to devour a platter of shellfish. No one is ever in a rush in Menorca.

When to go!

Although the season gets going in May and winds down in October, the islands are beautiful in early spring when the almond blossom is out. Outside the hottest months of July and August, all the Balearics are good for activity holidays, whether easy or more challenging, with plenty to see if you are interested in plants or birds.

Sunshine is not guaranteed, however, and you may well hit a rainy patch in late autumn.

 

 

— J.Y.

 

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Your vacation getaway is waiting.

Although the season gets going in May and winds down in October, the islands are beautiful in early spring when the almond blossom is out. Outside the hottest months of July and August, all the Balearics are good for activity holidays, whether easy or more challenging, with plenty to see if you are interested in plants or birds.