The island of Minorca, with a surface area of 701 km2, is the second largest in the Balearic archipelago, and it is the calmest, relaxing and charming.
Minorca was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1993 by UNESCO, mainly for its amazing landscapes and great ecological richness, making it an authentic paradise, which we invite you to discover by walking along the well-known Cami de Cavalls (natural horse trail).
The trail is 216 km long around the varied coast of the island, where you will find white sand beaches in the south, red sand beaches in the north, and smaller beaches surrounded by pine trees and other smaller sandy beaches. All of these are perfect for enjoying the sun and sea with a common denominator: the crystal clear water which has nothing to envy of the Caribbean.
Ciutadella is one of the two most important cities in Minorca along with Mahon, the current capital of the island, which is 48 km away.
Ciutadella is especially charming, walking along the narrow streets of the historic centre awakens passions. Strolling along Ses Voltes (the arches), taking in the marvellous cathedral, constructed in 1392, and stopping along the way to visit the shops or to have a beer in the Plaza del Borne (Borne Square). Also worthy of note is the port, an enchanting place for a nice dinner in one of the restaurants while enjoying the privileged views.