Villas in Menorca
274 villas found

Introduction to Menorca
The island of Menorca is just 21 miles from Majorca but is very different in style and character. Menorca is quieter, more relaxed and low-key, less commercialised, and comes in two halves. The northern coast of Menorca tends to be rocky and rugged, with tranquil, undeveloped fishing villages and great snorkelling and diving opportunities. The south coast has the big sandy bays that the island is famous for, and this is where you will find the better known, busier holiday resorts. There are said to be over 120 beaches on the shores of Menorca, and everyone has their favourites. The locals are exceptionally friendly and welcoming and the whole island is family-oriented in the way the Spanish usually are. You may struggle to choose just one villa from the many we have in Menorca, but we are confident that whichever home from home you go for, you will have a brilliant time!

If you want a totally relaxing break from your everyday life, Menorca is the place to go. With outstandingly beautiful scenery, glorious beaches and guaranteed sunshine, along with interesting towns and cities, high quality food and wine, and plenty to keep children occupied, this little island really has got the lot. It’s got stunning wetlands teeming with wildlife as well as the greatest concentration of prehistoric sites in Europe! Even a small holiday resort like Es Canutells is full of surprises!

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Best for...
  • 120 Beaches with clear waters
  • 3 waterparks
  • Visit historic Mahon and Ciutadella
  • Sample the local xoriguer gin & cheese
  • Boat trips around harbours and to virgin beaches
  • Walking and cycling route - Cami de Cavalls

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Menorca
Menorca is the second largest of the Balearics, known in particular for its superb sandy beaches and coves with shallow clear water, making it the ideal choice for an enjoyable family villa holiday. It’s also perfect for a relaxing holiday with friends at the beginning and end of the holiday season, when the resorts are cooler and quieter

Villa Plus in Menorca
We have been helping people choose their perfect villa in Menorca for nearly 30 years and would be delighted to discuss the kind of holiday you need. There is so much on offer that a week or even two is nowhere near long enough, which is why our customers keep coming back for more. Some of our customers are happy to spend most of their time at the villa, others want to explore the whole island. Wherever you are based, the island is small enough to get around easily so you can see it all if you have the stamina! We have villas that are perfect for large families and groups, and others that are great for couples. We have villas deep in the countryside, and many in the heart of the resort with shops, bars and beach just a stroll away. We also have our Very Villa Plus selection, our personal favourites that we believe offer something a bit extra. But all our villas are special, and we are confident that you will be really happy whatever you choose.

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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    33 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 600 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
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Price Per Person
From: £62 To: £411

Total
From: £743 To: £4935
Customer rating (7) :4.5/5
Villa Gemini, Cala Blanca, Menorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Heated Pool
    40 x 23 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 3 miles
  • Gated pool
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £167 To: £270

Total
From: £2003 To: £3235
Customer rating (8) :5/5
Villa Renate, Cala Galdana, Menorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 10
  • Pool 28 x 15 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 600 yds
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £96 To: £399

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From: £963 To: £3985
Customer rating (1) :5/5
Villa Sa Caseta, Punta Prima, Menorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 27 x 13 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £54 To: £293

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From: £653 To: £3515
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Villa Bini Aida, Binibeca, Menorca, Spain
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 22 x 14 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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From: £54 To: £437

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From: £643 To: £5245
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Villa Imogen, Calan Bosch, Menorca, Spain
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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 12
  • Pool 30 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 150 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
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Price Per Person
From: £67 To: £508

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From: £803 To: £6095
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Villa Binibeca Beach, Binibeca, Menorca, Spain
Very Villa Plus
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 11
  • Heated Pool
    42 x 15 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 3 miles
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £80 To: £418

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From: £883 To: £4595
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Villa A Cas Iaios, Es Castell, Menorca, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Pool 27 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 300 yds
  • Gated pool
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £47 To: £495

Total
From: £473 To: £4954
Customer rating (19) :4.5/5
Villa Santo Grande, Santo Tomas, Menorca, Spain
Very Villa Plus
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Pool 33 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
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Price Per Person
From: £180 To: £652

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From: £1803 To: £6524
Customer rating (3) :4.5/5
Villa Pinar, Cala Galdana, Menorca, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Pool 30 x 14 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 700 yds
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £66 To: £537

Total
From: £663 To: £5374
Customer rating (1) :5/5
Villa Xabec, Calan Forcat, Menorca, Spain
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Menorca Resorts
 

Each resort within Menorca offers something different, from traditional and authentic to stylish and contemporary – you’ll be certain to find something to suit everyone’s tastes! They all have a number of good shops and places to eat and drink nearby, plus almost every resort has a splendid sandy beach to enjoy too. 



Addaia
2 Villas
Addaia is a low-key resort, set around a picturesque marina which is a popular spot for mooring yachts. There is not a beach but the resort is home to some stunning countryside walks along the rugged coastline. There is a small selection of restaurants.

Arenal den Castell
12 Villas
Arenal den Castell is a low-key, purpose-built holiday resort in a magnificent setting on the rugged northern coast of Menorca. It has been created around a lovely horseshoe-shaped bay, beneath rugged cliffs. The gorgeous sandy crescent of beach is a magnet for families and young couples, and keeps them coming back for more.

Binibeca
19 Villas
On the southeast coast of Menorca, capital, about 20 minutes’ drive away from the capital Mahan, Binibeca is three places that have merged into one. This conurbation stretches from Cala Torret through Binibeca Nou – with a lovely little sandy beach – and on to the famous whitewashed village of Binibeca Vell. Between them they cover some great shops, bars and restaurants.

Cala Blanca
28 Villas
Once a fishing village, Cala Blanca was built in the nineties around a pretty crescent bay, with turquoise water and soft white sand framed by pine forests. The focal point of this quiet, modern, family-oriented holiday resort is the beach – a sandy cove surrounded by pine trees. The calm, shallow, crystal clear water and white sands are protected by low, rugged cliffs.

Cala Galdana
18 Villas
Cala Galdana on the south coast of the island is built around an exquisite, symmetrical, horseshoe-shaped bay, surrounded by almost vertical limestone cliffs covered in pines. The beach is wonderfully sheltered with soft white sands lapped by warm, shallow, turquoise water that is perfect for swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling. When you have had enough sun, you can enjoy a picnic under the shady pines that separate the beach from the road.

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Things to do in Menorca
Menorca offers a wide variety of places to visit should you wish to venture away from your pool. Nothing is very far away. Beaches play a large part in these choices and you will always be able to find a small un-crowded beach if you look hard enough. The old cities of Mahon and Cuitadella not only offer a little bit of history, but are also good for shopping and have an abundance of harbour side restaurants. Around the island there are a few sites of historical importance and are well worth a visit to get a feel of how easy the past life has been in Menorca.

Beaches
With over 120 beaches in total, it is said that Menorca has more beaches than Mallorca and Ibiza put together! In addition to the lovely stretches of sand in the urbanised areas, there are a wealth of beautiful sandy beaches all along the coastline. Many of the beaches are still in their virgin state but most can be accessed fairly easily and all are accessible by car, albeit by rough country lanes at times and parking is often a little way from the

Binibeca Vell
Binibeca Vell is the work of architect Antonio Sintes, and it was built in 1972. A bit like a film set, it has a church steeple but no church – it is purely decorative! Love it or loathe it, this place somehow works, and is hugely popular. With its tiny, picturesque, whitewashed houses and twisting flights of steps leading up from cobbled streets, you will believe you are in an ancient fishing village, complete with small scenic cove and harbour. It has a handful of restaurants, one of which has a swimming pool for customers to use. It is well supplied with shops selling gifts, leather goods and clothes, and has a supermarket for stocking your villa with the essentials.

Caves of Xoroi
The Caves of Xoroi in Calan Porter are just not to be missed and boast a fantastic panoramic view out to sea! By day, the caves are a popular tourist attraction with a cafe and gift shop. By night the caves transform into a lively disco and bar offering the occasional live music, where you can enjoy an evening cocktail or more as you watch the sun set over the sea.

Eating Out
If you love fresh seafood, you have come to the right place, you might never even use the kitchen in your villa! The beach front restaurants at most of the holiday resorts offer seafood paella, or appetisers like calamari and red Menorcan prawns, followed by red mullet, mussels, swordfish, monkfish or sea bass washed down with a bottle of local wine or Sangria. The fishing harbour of Fornells gives you a great choice of top-notch harbour side fish and seafood restaurants. For dedicated carnivores, most menus offer a variety of charcoal-grilled meats, suckling pig and imaginative tapas. If traditional Menorcan dining appeals to you, you will find the real deal in Ciutadella, with plenty of Spanish restaurants with an exuberant local clientele, and authentic tapas bars for grazing. Some of the bars can get quite lively in the evening, with live music till late. International food such as Chinese and Italian is widely available alongside five course gourmet dining, but there are plenty of places for burgers and pizza if you are suffering withdrawal symptoms! The island is very family oriented so mini-portions for small people are not a problem.

Visit Mahon
Mahon with its busy port, twice weekly market and bustling shopping streets is the island’s capital. Until 1721 Ciutadella was the capital, but when the British were in charge they moved it to Mahon to take advantage of one of the largest natural harbours in the world. Mahon, known locally as Mao, is a lively city rich in history and culture, with a splendid Gothic cathedral. The maze of narrow streets in the historic centre of Mahon are lined with stylish boutiques and designer stores as well as interesting independent shops selling leather and pottery. If you love markets, don’t miss the Mercat Claustre del Carme, just off Plaça d'Espanya. When you are all shopped out, cakes and ice cream at one of the many pavement cafes are highly recommended. If you have time, visit the 18th-century gin distillery and well-preserved fort. Mahon is well known for its high quality restaurants, particularly around the harbour.

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Beaches in Menorca
With over 120 beaches in total, it is said that Menorca has more beaches than Mallorca and Ibiza together! In addition to the lovely stretches of sand in the urbanised areas, there are a wealth of beautiful sandy beaches all along the coastline. Many of the beaches are still in their virgin state but most can be accessed fairly easily and all are accessible by car, albeit by rough country lanes at times and parking is often a little way from the beach. The island of Menorca is very small, taking only an hour or so to get from one end to the other, therefore you can choose any of the below beaches to visit as all will have an easy journey time from your villa. Whatever your choice, there will be a restaurant or beach bar close by, often with a choice of shops also in close proximity and many of the larger beaches have a choice of watersports.

Arenal De Son Saura
On the North coast, Arenal De Son Saura is one of the most attractive beaches on the island but can only be reached by crossing over farmland with much opening and closing of gates. The farmer charges a toll for the adventure but the journey is definitely worth the effort. Pine-covered cliffs look down onto clear blue water and a beach of soft white sand backs onto extensive pine woods.

Arenal Den Castell
Located on the South-East coast, approximately 20 minutes drive from Mahon and a short walk from Binibeca centre, this resort has a small but picturesque golden, sandy beach, with rocky coastline on each side. The beach is accessed by a wooden boardwalk and has a large, shady area towards the rear - ideal for picnics! This beach is sheltered when the North wind - or Tramontana - is blowing and there are often yachts at anchor a little way out to sea.



Binibeca
Located on the South-East coast, approximately 20 minutes drive from Mahon and a short walk from Binibeca centre, this resort has a small but picturesque golden, sandy beach, with rocky coastline on each side. The beach is accessed by a wooden boardwalk and has a large, shady area towards the rear - ideal for picnics! This beach is sheltered when the North wind - or Tramontana - is blowing and there are often yachts at anchor a little way out to sea.

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. The beach has lifeguards from May to October with good facilities including ample parking, public toilets and sun beds, shades and pedaloes for hire as well as a diving school in the cove at Cala Torret. There is also a beachwear shop within a 5 minute walk.

Binisafuller
Binisafuller - or Binisafua as it is sometimes known - is a small but beautiful beach on the South coast of Menorca, close to the authentic resort of Binibeca. Binisafuller village has a small but good bar/restaurant and the beach has white sand and shallow, clear water - ideal for families!

Cala Alcaufar
Cala Alcaufar is less than one mile from the resort of S'Algar on the south coast of the island of Menorca. The resort is a picturesque, small sheltered inlet with a sandy beach that shelves gently into the sea. The beach is overlooked by the fishermen's cottages that reach down to the waters' edge and the resort is popular with families and children.

The resort also has scenic walks out to an old Martello type tower on a headland, where there are good views out to S'Algar and the Isle de L'Aire at Punta Prima.

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Food & Drink in Menorca
Though smaller than some of its other Balearic counterparts, Menorca (or Minorca) is still one of the most idyllic islands to belong to Spain. Along with the relaxed lifestyle and stunning weather, the food is part of the reason why people keep coming back year after year.

As Menorca is a Spanish island, you should expect plenty of tapas dishes, many of which you can read about in our Guide to Menorca, but the island does have some of its own foodie delights too.


Local Markets - Puglia
Markets
From roadside eateries to coastal restaurants, wherever you're based on the island, it's a certainty that you'll be close to somewhere that gives you the opportunity to sample some of the local cuisine. Don't forget, you can always rub shoulders with the locals at the markets to experience truly authentic Menorcan produce.

Many markets will sell other goods alongside some food offerings, but there are several markets on the island that are food-centric. One of these is the market in Ciutadella. The Plaza del Mercat and its surrounding winding sidestreets are full of fresh meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, much of which has been sourced on Menorca itself.

Similarly, Mahon comes to life on market days, and different days of the week see different types of produce arrive. If you don't mind meandering through more craft markets that also sell produce, be sure to the visit the markets at Ferreries, Es Mercadal and Sant Lluis too. Although the majority of markets take place during the summer months, some do run throughout the year – but it's always worth checking when you arrive.


Speciality Dishes - Puglia
Speciality Dishes
Menorca is particularly good at making the most of its resources, and is the home of a number of food products that are sold worldwide. Though just a few are mentioned here, be sure to explore new tastes and flavours on your visit to Menorca – you never know what you'll discover!

Caldereta de llagosta - Though one of the more expensive of the speciality dishes available in Menorca, this lobster stew is divine, and a definite treat that should only be experienced here, with the freshest of produce. Having originated with the island's fisherman taking it out to eat whilst they work, the dish has come a long way, and is now considered an expensive but popular luxury dish.

Mahon cheese - As you might expect, this cheese is native to the town of Mahon, but is produced under strict guidelines across Menorca. The taste of the cheese varies a lot depending on how mature it is, so be sure to find somewhere to sample the cheese at different ages – you'll also find it included in many dishes across the island, and at certain speciality cheese shops back home too!

Bocadillos - Sometimes, at lunch all you want is a snack, not a full-blown meal if you're likely to be eating out in the evening. Though at first glance a bocadillo may just look like a filled baguette, the Menorcans have taken to substituting butter for a thick, tomato juice which gives the bread an entirely new flavour. These are often made fresh to order, too, with fillings that can include meatballs and local sausages like chorizo and sobrasada.





local recipes


Few of us can truly replicate the authentic Menorcan way of cooking. Recipes have been passed down from generation to generation, perfecting the craft, but there are a few cheeky little treats that are easily made back on home ground. You'll seeEnsaimadas, a Menorcan sweet bread, everywhere on the island, and though it take a little time to prepare, that'll go quickly if you're sipping a homemadePomadaas you go!

Pomada
Pomada -  Menorca
For the Pomada, you'll, need:
  • A bottle of locally made Gin Xoriguer – this can be sourced away from the island too in specialist stores.
  • Ice
  • Lemonade
  • Slices of lemon
This simple recipe can be adjusted depending on how much gin you'd like to consume, but in terms of making the most out of the flavour, it's nicely paired with lemony drinks, such as decent quality cloudy lemonade – though regular lemonade is fine too. To mix, fill a tall glass with ice, before adding one-part gin to two parts lemonade. Finish with a slice of lemon! Easy, but delicious.






Ensaimadas
Ensaimadas                  -  Menorca
For the Ensaimadas, you'll need:
  • 4 teaspoons of active dry yeast
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • Plain flour – enough to prevent sticking and to coat the dough
  • 170g of butter
  • 110g of sugar, plus a little extra for dusting
  • 1 cup of warmed milk
  • 450g of plain flour
Firstly, you need to dissolve the yeast in the warm milk and pop it to one side. Next, mix the salt and sugar together before mixing in the flour and the milk and yeast. Once combined, add the eggs and the olive oil before kneading until entirely blended and soft. Cover this with a damp cloth and allow to rise for one hour in a warm place – the dough needs to have doubled in size.

After the dough has increased in size, you need to knead the dough again, and roll the dough out as thinly as possible over a floured surface and brush the softened butter on top. Next, we need to roll up the dough as you would a newspaper or poster. Select a side, and carefully roll it up, being careful to not tear the sheet of thin dough. Once in a roll, leave to rest for an hour. It should still continue to rise during its rest time.

Once rested, coil the dough up loosely so that it almost looks like the swirl of a snail's shell. Now, for the last time, move the dough onto a baking sheet and allow to rise for several hours – it should be nice and puffed up before it goes into the oven.

The bread will bake at 190C for about 45 minutes, or until it is nice and golden on top. To finish, brush it with melted butter and sprinkle with some more sugar

 
 
 


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