Near the pretty village of Es Grau, S'Albufera National Park is a beautiful natural environment of forests, islets and wetlands. The area is home to a variety of colourful animals and birds, with equal biodiversity below the waters. Take one of the many hiking and walking trails, and keep an eye open for herons, kites, ospreys and eagles.
Pregonda Beach is a special stretch even amongst the plethora of beautiful beaches you can choose from in Menorca. Vibrant green trees shelter glittering ochre-coloured sands, and unusual pink rock formations cascade out into rich blue waters, making Pregonda a beach in a league of its own. It's the perfect area to relax and snorkel.
Shaped like an upside down boat, the Naveta of Es Tudons is an unusual megalithic burial chamber unique to Menorca. The burial tombs date back to the pre-Talaiotic era, roughly 1000BC, and feature an upper and a lower chamber. The important archaeological finds excavated from the site can be found on display at the Museo de Menorca.
Monte Toro is the highest point of the island, rising above sea level 1,000 feet. Discover a quaint church and a towering statue of Jesus at the top and explore some fantastic hiking routes. You can also drive to this point and admire the breathtaking panoramic views of the island without the legwork.
With so many pristine beaches to choose from it's difficult to pick just one. However, like Pregonda, Cala Turqueta Beach is special. Take a long walk through an aromatic pine forest and step from the trees onto a small stretch of powdery white sands. The sea in this lovely bay is especially colourful and the beach is picture-perfect.