Menorca is one of the Spanish Balearic Islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea. Recognised as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1993, Menorca is the most preserved island of the archipelago.
This haven possesses a typical Mediterranean landscape, with many rocky inlets (calanques) and fine sandy beaches on its 200 kilometres of coastline.Considered a peaceful island, Menorca has managed to preserve itself from mass tourism and offers a sense of privilege and privacy to visitors.
Geographically, the island is divided into two very different parts:
- The northern part features a rugged shoreline offering pleasure boaters lots of little coves where they can safely anchor.
- The southern coast is made up of steep cliffs with untouched, idyllic rocky inlets.
Make a stopover in the dreamy Cala Mitjana cove, where you will experience a complete change of scenery: white cliffs covered in pine trees plunging down onto a fine sandy beach. North and east of the island, the Fjords Fornells and Mahon offer vast expanses of water sheltered from all types of winds. You will have no problem in finding a peaceful anchorage to enjoy a wonderful stop.
On the western coast, make a stopover in the Ciutadella inlet and discover the most picturesque harbour of the island.
The climate is dry and sunny for much of the year. However, Menorca, which is located in the north of the archipelago, is a lot more exposed to dry and cold winds coming from the north than Majorca, Ibiza and Formentera.
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