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With its diverse regions and many islands, Spain has been among the most popular holiday destinations in Europe for several decades. The variety of its landscapes, its magnificent beaches and sunny climate make it a sure winner all year round. Come and discover Moorish Spain in the south of the peninsula, Andalusia with its fiery temperament or the Balearic Islands very close by, famous for their splendid landscapes and their party atmosphere. Or opt for the diversity of the Canary Islands, volcanic lands with unspoilt traditions and treat yourself to an unforgettable holiday under the sun.
A favourite seaside destination owing to their proximity, their magnificent beaches and sunny climate, the Balearics have been a safe bet for decades. With a two-hour flight by plane for Majorca and a little more than 2.5 hours for Ibiza, they are within everyone’s reach. Families looking for friendly, relaxing holidays, passionate cyclists wishing to discover the hinterland with its unsuspected charm, revellers looking for the trendiest DJ, nature lovers and water sports lovers will all find something to suit them there.
Welcome to the island of the gods and fabulous creatures! The north of Minorca, ‘The Tramuntana’, is the setting for many of the island’s legends and you can quickly see why. Wind and sea have sculpted amazing creatures in the black rock, which gives the coast its fascinating character.
But what would an island be in the Balearics without beaches? Minorca offers magnificent white sand beaches and the transparent sea invites you in for long swims. In the south, the ‘Migjorn’ are almost entirely surrounded by lovely pine forests and form a varied and unique landscape.
This quiet little holiday village is located approx. 30 km from the airport. Accessible by only one road, there are only a few hotels, apartments, shopping centres and bars. Its long sandy beach is dotted with rocks, the background, a landscape covered in pine trees and bordered by villas.
Offering a large, gently-sloping white sandy beach with a view of the offshore Isla del Aire lighthouse, this seaside resort on the south coast is very popular with locals and holidaymakers. Approx. 14 km from the airport.
This extraordinarily beautiful bay, one of the most fascinating on the island, is located between Ferreries and Ciutadella. With its crescent moon shape, you will not fail to be attracted to its white sand beaches.
The seaside resort and its little marina on the south coast of the island (also called Cala'n Bosch, Cala en Bosc, Cala'n Bosc) belong to the municipality of Ciudadela and offer good facilities for both swimmers and yachtsmen, surfers and divers. The hiking paths along the coast invite you to take long walks. Approx. 55 km from the airport.
This quiet bay, whose entrance is guarded by an 18th-century fortified tower, is only 4 km south of Ciudela. Another particularity of this bay is a cave which used to serve as an apartment and workshop for an artist on the island and which can still be visited today.
Approx. 15 km from the airport. Small, quiet and popular resort for fishermen on the southeast coast of Menorca, a few minutes drive from Punta Prima.
Located to the south of the island, approx. 3 km from Ciutadella, the bay of Cala'n Forcat seduces with its small fine sandy bays surrounded by cliffs. What’s more, the many chalets add even more to the charm of the region.
The previous capital of the island, Ciudadela (minorcan: Ciutadella), is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The picturesque narrow streets of the perfectly preserved old town with its many tapas bars invite you to explore and discover the city. The airport is about 50 km away.
The quiet seaside resort in the north-east of the island is beautifully situated in an almost circular bay with crystal-clear waters, sheltered from the open sea. The gently sloping sandy beach, about 650 m long, is ideal for families with young children. In Arenal den Castell you will find restaurants, small supermarkets and souvenir shops.
Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.
Day-long excursion. Transfer to the port of Ciudadela, the boat’s departure point. Route to the south coast with stops at the following beaches (depending on weather/sea conditions): Son Saura, Cala Turqueta and Cala Macarella-Macarelleta. Stop for lunch on board: mixed paella and sangria/soft drinks. Bar on board for the purchase of additional drinks. This trip is not suitable for guests who have difficulties walking.
Half-day excursion. Discover the north coast of Menorca on a catamaran tour in a group with a maximum of 12 participants. This 3.5-hour excursion departs from the port of Fornells. The route of this excursion is adapted every morning by the captain depending on the weather, wind direction and wind strength and can lead, for example, to Cala Pregonda or Cala Mongofre. You will spend a few unforgettable hours in one of the most untouched and inaccessible areas of the island. For the swim stop, snorkel and stand-up paddle are at your disposal on board the catamaran. Snacks and drinks included.
Half day excursion, leaving in the morning and afternoon from the north coast fishing village of Fornells. An authentic discovery in a 4x4 driving through spectacular roads and along rural tracks and lanes reaching the wild creeks through charming villages. Enjoy and admire the nature, flora and fauna, visit a local cheese farm and learn about the history as well as Talaiotic culture of this magical Island.
Drivers/guide are provided by the Jeep Tour company. Bus transfer to the meeting point included.
Day-long excursion. An hour of cruising around the port of Mahon, second largest natural harbour in the world. Visit to the Xoriguer gin distillery with the tasting of liqueurs and local gin. Visit to the historic centre of Mahon with free time to do some shopping and have lunch. Visit to the fishing village of Binibeca. Visit to the megalithic site of Torralba d'en Salord.
Day-long excursion. An authentic discovery in a 4-wheel drive vehicle, on spectacular roads along rural tracks and lanes to wild creeks, through some charming villages. Visit to Cavalleria to see the lighthouse and take advantage of the pretty view or swim from the beach (free time). Admire the surrounding area and nature. Stop for lunch at a quintessential Minorcan farm in the countryside. Drivers/guide from the Jeep Tour company.
For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.
We draw your attention to the fact that the Balearic government has decided to introduce an ecological tax. This tax is applicable to all stays and will be invoiced directly in the hotels. The following terms and conditions apply:
- 2 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for hotels 1*, 2* and 3*
- 3 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for 3* superior and 4* hotels
- 4 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for 4* superior and 5* hotels
- between 1 and 4 € per person/per day (+ 10% VAT) for rental houses and apartments, campsites, cruises, inns, etc. (depending on category)
- in low season (01/11 - 30/04): 75% discount on the prices mentioned above
- from the 9th day: 50% discount on the above-mentioned prices
- this ecological tax does not apply to children under 16 years of age