Binibeca, on the South East coast of Menorca, is approximately 20 minutes drive from Mahon airport and stretches from Cala Torret in the East, through Binibeca Nou and onto Binibeca Vell in the West.
One of the earliest coastal developments in Menorca, perched on a deep, rocky inlet, this was designed to resemble a Mediterranean fishing village with white washed houses, orange trees, a maze of narrow cobbled streets, Moorish archways, boats and sea views.
There is a small, sandy beach with a rocky coastline on each side. The shallow calm waters make this beach popular with families. During the summer months the children will love the mini train which runs several times a day into the nearby holiday resort of Punta Prima. The wooden beach bar perched on the rocks at the southern edge of the sands claims to be the only place in Menorca where you can drink with your feet in the sea.
One kilometre away from the sandy beach at Binibeca, the Vell is unique and well worth a visit on your holiday. The village offers a selection of attractive bars, restaurants, an ice cream parlour and a tea shop. One can eat in the shady central courtyard, complete with cobbles and wooden beams. The small shops offer trendy beachware and a good selection of souvenirs. If you want a wider choice of craft and designer shops, Mahon is a short drive away and well worth a visit.