Check out our best villas in Menorca.
3 Bedroom Villa just 15 minute walk away from the marina with private pool, WiFi and Air Conditioning
Stunning two story villas with private pools, air conditioning and built in bbq
A stunning 3 Bedroom Villa with beautiful coastal views, Wifi, Air Conditioning and a private pool
Fully air conditioned spacious family villa in a residential area. Private, south-west facing terrace and pool, stunning views of the sunset in the evening. Within walking distance of the amenities.
A complex of 20 spacious Villa with Air Conditioning, private pools and WiFi
The complex consists of detached two-storey villas each with their own private swimming pool, Air conditioning throughout and free WiFi.
A colourful, small complex of semi-detached villas, each one with their own private swimming pool and surrounded by a small garden.
Villa Iris is located in Cala en Bosch, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool (South East Facing) .
Voramar Waterfront is located in Punta Prima, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms .
Villa Tres Pinos is located in Sant Lluis, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom along with private swimming pool.
Enjoy the space and privacy of a villa with a private pool.
Villa Satalaia is located in Cala Galdana, Menorca.
Villa Mari is located in Cala en Porter, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 4 people with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Biniparrell is located in Sant Lluis, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property sleeps up to 9 people with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms along with private swimming pool (South Facing) .
Water Front Villa Shalom is located in Binibeca Vell, Menorca.
Villa Finca Son Roseta is located in Ciutadella, Menorca.
Villa Can Joan is located in Cala Galdana, Menorca. This vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Rasen is located in Binisafuller, Menorca.
Villa Salzina is located in Cala Galdana, Menorca. This vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Trepuco Uno is located in Punta Prima, Menorca.
Villa Sa Lluna is located in Cala Galdana, Menorca.
Rent one of our cheapest villas in Menorca for a low cost holiday.
This 2 bedroom villa with swimming pool is located in Son Parc and sleeps 4 people. It has WiFi, a garden and parking nearby. The villa is within walking distance of a beach.
Adorable Holiday Home in Mercadal with Swimming Pool
Villa Emilio is located in Cala en Porter, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property is air-conditioned and sleeps up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom along with private swimming pool.
This 2 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Torre Soli Nou and sleeps 4 people. It has WiFi, air conditioning and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach.
Villa Gloria is located in Cala en Bosch, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property sleeps up to 4 people with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Ca Nostra is located in Cala en Porter, Menorca.
Villa Palmera is located in Cala en Porter, Menorca.
Villa Mares is located in Cala en Porter, Menorca. This detached vacation rental property sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
Villa Calitja Dos is located in Cala en Bosch, Menorca. This vacation rental property sleeps up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom along with private swimming pool.
Villa Pepa is located in Cala Galdana, Menorca. This vacation rental property sleeps up to 6 people with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms along with private swimming pool.
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Menorca is the easternmost and the second largest island in the Balearics. It’s the least populated in the archipelago and, unlike its neighbours Majorca and Ibiza, Menorca is a sedate, palm-tree fringed island that remains largely untouched by tourism. As a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, this sun-kissed holiday destination boasts seemingly endless beaches, charming whitewashed villas and lush greenery stretching all the way down to the coast. The island is perfect for a relaxing family villa holiday.
The island's main airport, Menorca Airport, has direct flights from major cities in Europe and the UK, with airlines like Easyjet, Jet2, TUI, Ryanair and British Airways. A direct flight from the UK takes a little over 2 hours. When booking a villa through Clickstay, it’s good to check with the owner if they offer transfer to the property. Taxis on Menorca are metered and reasonably priced. However, they usually operate within their designated area, and prices may jump if they go outside those areas. Buses are quite a bit cheaper, but can be a bit slower than a taxi. If you’re not in a rush and enjoy being driven around observing the landscape around you, a bus will take you to the corners of the island you wouldn’t normally visit when hiring a car, or would cost an arm and a leg when taking a taxi.
Mahon, the island’s capital, is a town and municipality on Menorca’s eastern coast. Put it on your ‘to-do list’ to explore the magnificent building, gardens and ruins of the 6th Century basilica here. Cala Galdana and Serpentona are fringed with divine beaches and coves along the coast with plenty of activities to get into. There are over 50 bars and restaurants scattered all over the two resorts, and miles of trails to thread. Es Castell is a municipal town and popular lively holiday resort in the eastern part of Menorca. It is well known for its calm water and sunny beaches making it perfect for sunbathing, windsurfing, diving and sailing. Es Mercadal at the centre of the island is gorgeous and dominated by Monte Toro - Menorca's highest mountain at 342m above sea level. The fishing village of Fornells is on the northern coast of Menorca and is one of the island's main water sport destinations. A must-see is the unusual Fornells Tower – a coastal defence tower built by the British in the 19th century. The most popular tourist destination on the southern coast of Menorca is the family-friendly holiday resort of Arenal d'en Castell, where you'll find many Blue Flag beaches, a golf course and sand dunes surrounded by dense woodlands - perfect for a family villa holiday. Sant Lluís, together with Alaior, Es Migjorn Gran and Ferreries resorts stretches along Menorca's southern coast. Here you'll find a mix of flat landscapes, deep gorges and secluded coves at the bottom of limestone cliffs. Ciutadella, on Menorca's west coast, was Menorca’s capital before the British moved it to Mahon in 1722. Its rich history leaves behind a charming port, old paved streets and Gothic buildings located in the town square Plaça des Born. Ciutadella town boasts the most famous beaches in the area: Cala Blanca, Cala en Blanes and Son Blanc with plenty of sunshine to enjoy.
Menorca is, more or less, a hidden gem - not many tourists choose the island for their summer villa holiday; and beaches here are never crowded but are gorgeous. Cala Mesquida is a fine sandy beach with no amenities around, not that it needs any. It’s a quick walk from Sa Mesquida, and there are wonderful bars and restaurants there. Caló Blanc, pinned between Cap d'en Font and Binisafua, is a rocky beach that caters mostly to younger generations. Cala Macarelleta and Cala Macarella, on the south western coast, are some 300 metres from each other. Neither of them are especially wide, but the water here is crystal clear. It’d be a felony not to mention Playas de Cavalleria and, like the rest of the beaches on this list, there aren’t any bars or restaurants nearby, but the beach is nothing short of therapeutic.
Those in love with the game of golf will not be as thrilled as beach lovers on Menorca since there is only one golf course on the island. Golf Son Parc Menorca is in Son Parc west of Arenal d'en Castell. It’s an 18 holes, par 69 course with fairly maintained greens and fairways. The restaurant, which is just outside the course, offers a good variety of dishes and cocktails.
Families and couples will find that Menorca offers the full package when it comes to a quiet and relaxing villa holiday. The island is carved with walking, cycling and riding trails, as well as a beautiful coastline offering a wide choice of water sports. Take a hike to the top of Monte Toro for panoramic views of the island’s contrasting red sandstone and limestone landscape. Remnants of Menorca's ancient history can be found all over the coast, from Fornell's Bronze Age watchtower to the Stone Henge-style altars at Torre d'en Galmés, abandoned after the Roman occupation. There's also an ancient gin distillery - the last remaining from the 18th century, when Menorca was under British rule.
Most beaches in Menorca are sandy and a simple sand toy set with a couple of buckets, shovels and rakes should do wonders keeping your kids entertained for hours. Beaches in larger resorts are filled with amenities like kayaking and snorkeling, that should do the trick with teenagers. There are loads of various activities on the island that kids love. For example, Splash Sur Menorca in Biniancolla and Aquarock Parque Acuático in Cala en Bosc are both excellent water parks with thrilling rides for the entire family. Kids usually love horse riding and there are dozens of agencies organising horse riding services all over the island. On the other hand, try visiting the zoo in L'Argentina or go on a Jeep safari through the countryside.
Taking a bus is the cheapest, most sensible transfer option on the island. They are a little slower than the alternatives, but excellent for exploring and getting to know the island. Taxis are reasonably priced if you are travelling from A to B, and not planning going outside their designated area. It’s always good to check the fares before entering a taxi. If travelling with small children, and you are planning a few day trips away from your villa, then hiring a car is a good idea. You can book a vehicle online or at the airport, and a lot of companies offer child seats with their rentals, charge free.
There are lots of good restaurants on the island, from low-priced and quick-serving tapas bars and chiringuitos to highbrow restaurants. For vegans visiting Mahon, delicious dishes at Petite Sophie Mum's Kitchen and Clorofil•la restaurants are a must-try. If in Punta Prima and craving for some Mediterranean food, Chiringuito Aire on the main beach is reasonably priced and has some delicious dishes on the menu. Speaking of well-located eateries, La Vela in Cala en Porter and Restaurante El Mirador in Cala Galdana, both overlook the respective main resort beaches and offer a superb choice of dishes. If staying in Cala en Bosc, there are loads of restaurants lined around the town’s port. Though the port is shaped like a stomach, it’s definitely the town’s beating heart.
Resorts in Menorca are pretty much jam-packed with bars and pubs, but nightlife here is rather easy-going and relaxed, with most bars being closed by 12am. Still, lively bars and clubs that go late into the night or early morning can be found in more popular resorts like Son Parc, Mahon and Ciutadella de Menorca. If the night owl in you comes out while in Menorca, try bars and clubs like Paupa Bar in Binibeca, Ama-gi club in Mahon and JAZZBAH in Ciutadella de Menorca. Expect all kinds of music here, but always live gigs, from electronic to jazz, rock and even metal.
The elegant port city Ciutadella and Menorca's capital city Mao-Mahon offer traditional markets which are, in a way, a personification of Menorcan traditional ways. Though there are shopping centres there as well - Centre Comercial Nou Mercat in Ciutadella de Menorca and Binipreu Menorca in Mahon - the island is rather traditional with discreet shops, stores and boutiques. Most things are imported, therefore pricier; in any case, we would advise shopping for locally produced wares, like avarcas and other leatherware. Also, there are loads of street markets to buy locally grown produce - perfect for stocking up your villa's kitchen cupboards - and night markets where you can buy brilliant handmade jewellery. Most shops are open between 9am and 5pm, but don’t be surprised if you find some shops to be closed around 2pm - it’s just siesta. They will reopen later on.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Menorca and what to do on your holiday in Menorca.
With more beaches than Ibiza and Majorca combined and plenty of wonderful old towns, harbours and markets to explore, Menorca really is one of the Balearic's most underrated islands. So they say! Whilst it is only getting more popular summer by summer, with the fantastic Menorca weather, along with its unspoilt beaches and laid-back atmosphere, we can think of 9 things you should definitely avoid when thinking of Menorca holidays...
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