Find a perfect sunshine villa break in Menorca
One of Spain’s most popular Balearic Islands, Menorca is a laid-back alternative to the neighbouring resorts of Majorca and Ibiza. Famous for its white sands, crystal-clear turquoise waters and rocky bays, it makes for a great family holiday. However, couples and even groups of friends are increasingly choosing the popular places of Cala n Bosch, Son Bou and Punta Prima for the incredible views, delicious food and endless things to do.
If you’re planning a Menorca holiday or in search of holiday villages in Menorca, you won’t be disappointed. Our hand-picked selection of villas in Spain includes smaller apartments in quaint fishing villages, Menorca villas with direct access to a sandy beach and those in the heart of the capital, Mahon, ideal for a Spanish city break. Whatever your style, you’re sure to be impressed with our villa holidays that come with pools, hot tubs, games rooms, outdoor bars and more.
At Villa Holidays, we can help you to plan a trip to Menorca - whether you want a beach holiday in Son Parc or want to explore Santos Tomas on the southern coast. From the east coast to the west, we offer more than package holidays can and our friendly customer service team will always go above and beyond. What’s more, our best price guarantee means you can rest in the knowledge that you won’t find a better deal around.
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Villa holidays provide the perfect combination of affordability and comfort. Villa holidays are often much cheaper than staying in hotels, allowing you to enjoy the flexibility of self-catering accommodation without spending a fortune. You can choose from a wide selection of villas, all of which offer spacious living areas and fully-equipped kitchens. You'll have the perfect space to relax and unwind without relying on the extra charges and amenities of a hotel.
A villa and a hotel are both popular vacation lodging choices, but there are some key differences that set them apart. Villas offer more in the way of privacy and seclusion, with spacious rooms, dedicated outdoor areas, and larger kitchens allowing for relaxed in-home meals and entertainment. Moreover, villas are often located in residential areas, with access to the local community and amenities. In contrast, hotels offer a more traditional and convenient lodging experience.
The best time to visit Menorca is during the months of May and September, when the weather is warm and there are fewer crowds.
The beaches of the north of the island, including Platja de Son Bou, Platja de Son Saura, and Platja des Tancorba, provide a great location for a relaxing beach holiday, while the Cala Macarelleta and Es Grau areas offer some stunning nature and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle.
To get to Menorca, Spain from the UK, you will need to take a flight from a UK airport, such as London Heathrow. Major airlines such as British Airways and easyJet operate flights from the UK to Menorca. Upon arrival, you can opt to hire a car to get around the island or take public transportation. Alternatively, there are shuttle services available to take you to your accommodation.
The currency in Menorca is the Euro (EUR).
The time difference between the UK and Menorca is two hours ahead.
Spanish is the primary language spoken in Menorca. Other languages spoken to some degree include Catalan, English and French.
Menorca is a beautiful island with plenty to do. There are some stunning beaches to explore, quaint towns to wander through and historic sites to discover. Don't miss the old city of Ciutadella and the natural beauty of the Cala Macarella and Cala Galdana coves.
Menorca offers a wide variety of food and drinks for all tastes. Traditional Menorcan dishes such as lobster stew and stuffed aubergine and a selection of seafood are just some of the cuisine on offer. The island is also known for its local wines, ciders and beers which can be enjoyed in many of the local bars and restaurants.
Menorca is known for its stunning beaches, with crystal-clear blue waters and white sand. Much of the coastline is lined with untouched coves and beautiful bays, with over 150 beaches to explore. Its beaches are the perfect place to relax, enjoy the sunshine and take in the stunning beauty of the Balearic Islands.
Spain really does offer something for every kind of traveller - whether you’re looking to party until the early hours in Marbella, want a family-friendly trip to the Canaries or are in search of traditional customs and food in Malaga.