Surroundings and Points of Interest

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Mahón Market at 20 km (Tuesdays and Saturdays)

Of course! The Mahón Market is a gem in the heart of the Menorcan capital. Here are the details:

  • Mercat de Nit: This night market is a must-visit event during the months of July and August. Every Tuesday, from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm, the square comes to life. Music fills the air as visitors explore a variety of products. From crafts to local delicacies, everything blends in perfect harmony. A unique shopping experience you can't miss!

Nocturnal Market Es Mercadal, at 12 Km (Thursdays)

Summer Market in the Monte Toro Village: Every Thursday from 7:00 pm to 10:30 pm, from late June to October, the streets of the town center come alive with a charming artisan market. Visitors can explore a variety of unique products, from local crafts to gastronomic delights. The atmosphere is vibrant and welcoming, and artisans share their passion and creativity with attendees. It is undoubtedly an experience that will immerse you in the authentic essence of the island. Don't miss the opportunity to discover local treasures at this picturesque market!


Arenal d'en Castell Beach

Arenal d'en Castell Beach is a true paradise on the island of Menorca. Its extensive strip of golden sand and crystal-clear waters make it one of the most stunning beaches in the region. Although popular among tourists, it still retains its natural charm. We hope all our guests at Hotel Marina Parc by Mij enjoy this paradisiacal corner.

Son Parc Beach

Son Parc Beach (Arenal de Son Saura): Located 8 kilometers from the hotel, Son Parc Beach is one of the most popular and visited in Menorca. It is located on the north coast of the island and is sheltered by a small bay. Its features include: Fine white sand and turquoise waters: Ideal for swimming and enjoying the sea. 

Fornells Beaches

Fornells Beaches: Cala Tirant: It is 570 meters long and 20 meters wide. It is a beach open to the sea and, as is common in the northern area, lacks shade. Behind the dunes, there is a large wetland area, and at its western end, a small stream flows. We hope guests enjoy these beautiful beaches during their stay in Menorca.


Camí de Cavalls

The Camí de Cavalls in Menorca is a 185-kilometer coastal path that surrounds the island, offering spectacular views of the Mediterranean landscape.

This ancient path was used in the past by mounted guards to patrol the coast, and nowadays it is a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers.

Exploring the Camí de Cavalls provides the opportunity to discover hidden beaches, impressive cliffs, and charming coastal villages, immersing oneself in the rich history and natural beauty of Menorca. With a variety of sections catering to different skill levels, the Camí de Cavalls is a unique experience that allows visitors to uncover the authentic beauty of this Balearic island.


Cheeses in Menorca

The cheese-making tradition in Menorca has deep roots on the island over the years. Menorcan cheeses are distinguished by their wide variety, ranging from soft and creamy to aged and with more intense flavors. The milk used comes from cows, sheep, and goats, taking advantage of the richness of the Mediterranean pastures.

These cheeses are not only appreciated for their exceptional taste but also for their connection to the island's culture and natural environment, being a key element in local gastronomy and a delight for visitors.


Shopping in Mahón

Shopping in Mahón is a delightful experience. The city offers a wide variety of shops ranging from local boutiques to internationally recognized brand stores.

The historic center is home to cobblestone streets filled with fashion boutiques, jewelers, craft shops, and local products like the famous Menorcan footwear. It is also recommended to explore the streets further away from the center to discover unique shops and charming corners.

In summary, shopping in Mahón is an experience that combines the charm of local culture with the excitement of discovering new products and items.

Lighthouses of Menorca

Cavalleria Lighthouse:

  • One of the most peculiar lighthouses in Menorca
  • Located at the northernmost point of the island, on the Cavalleria cape.
  • It can be reached by car along a narrow road and parked near the lighthouse.

Favaritx Lighthouse:

  • Isolated from civilization, in the middle of s'Albufera des Grau
  • Located in the Tramontana area of ​​the island (North area).
  • Geologically ancient, from the primary era (Paleozoic Era).

Menorca Ports

Fornells Port:

With more than four kilometers in length and two kilometers in width, the natural port of Fornells is one of the largest on the island It is located in the center of the north coast and offers an impressive environment.

Addaia Marina:

This port is located in one of the inlets of the northern Menorcan coast. Although narrow at its entrance, it is protected from winds and surrounded by islets with small quiet coves. It is the third largest port on the island and is located between the S'Albufera des Grau park and the North Menorca Biosphere Reserve.

Mahon Port:

e port of the capital of Menorca is impressive, with 5 kilometers in length. It is the largest natural port in the Mediterranean and the second in Europe.

Its strategic location in the center of the Mediterranean made it an epicenter of conquests and reconquests throughout history. Near the port, on one of its banks, is the Fortaleza de la Mola. These ports are true jewels of Menorca, each with its own history and beauty

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