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Villa Fornells
Villa Paco
Villa Castell
Villa Ayana
  • Villa Fornells
    North East Menorca, Menorca
    from £843 per week
  • Villa Paco
    South East Menorca, Menorca
    from £905 per week
  • Villa Castell
    North East Menorca, Menorca
    from £701 per week
  • Villa Ayana
    South West Menorca, Menorca
    from £547 per week

Why book with Villas to Go?

Guide to Menorca Self Catering Holidays

With its warm Mediterranean sunshine, picturesque whitewashed villages and hidden sandy coves, Menorca is the perfect place for a relaxing villa holiday.

The island is famous for its spectacular beaches. Long sandy stretches with water sports are found along the south coast and secret rocky inlets on the rugged pine-clad headlands reside in the north. Cobbled old town Ciudadella and lively capital Mahon sit beside an unspoilt green landscape with rolling hills, pre-historic ruins and ancient caverns.

Tranquil and family orientated, the smallest Balearic island has everything you need for a villa holiday in the sun.

All our holiday villas in Menorca are near fabulous beaches. Whether you need a place for children where white sand shelves gently into the sea or a romantic horseshoe bay set in rustic scenery, your perfect beach is never far away. The popular, more developed resorts hug the pretty south coast, and have excellent facilities for families. Or take pleasure in finding a more secluded spot amongst the spectacular scenery of the north – a romantic cove or rocky inlet off the beaten track to enjoy the quiet…

As the island is small, touring from your villa is easy. The coastal cliffs and headlands are honeycombed with the remains of prehistoric villages and ancient caves to explore. Cales Coves, near Mahon is a labyrinth of caverns once the site of pagan rituals. A walk through the coastal nature reserve of S'Albufera des Grau will give you a taste of the Menorcan countryside. Closer to the villa, the clear blue water is perfect for water sports: sailing, yaching, and scuba diving. For those who love the outdoors: tennis, golf and horse-riding are also popular and plentiful.

The Balearics offer excellent shopping and Menorca is no exception. Discover the vast array of high quality, good value leather goods on offer – bags, shoes and jackets – or browse through traditional Menorcan jewellery. The towns and resorts have the widest range of shops, but the markets are good places to find local produce, including spicy sausages, olives and cheeses. The Xorigeur in Mahon is also worth a visit: this old distillery has 100 different types of gin to try.

The wealth of history on the island can’t fail to make your villa holiday interesting. Visit ancient Ciudadela, an attractive seaside town famous for its cake shops and ship-like Gothic cathedral. Or take a tour of the island’s bronze-age ruins: the taulas (massive t-shaped rock monoliths) and the navetas (boat-shaped prehistoric burial chambers) Or visit Mahon where the Georgian houses hark back to its British colonial past and the impressive natural harbour is the second deepest in the world.
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