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Holiday Letting Price Information in Menorca
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Menorca. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Menorca is in July (20/07 - 27/07). The cheapest week is in October (12/10 - 19/10). Prices fall to an average of £136 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Menorca
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Menorca (in %). More people travel to Menorca a week in November (02/11 - 09/11). So far, 69% of the rentals are occupied this week. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in September (28/09 - 05/10).
The weather in Menorca
Find the Menorca climate diagram. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 30° No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 7° low. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is June.
Book a Menorca holiday letting for natural beauty and great activities
Menorca is well known for its extensive natural beauty and laid-back atmosphere, as well as the high number of quality beaches that line its shores. Compared to nearby Majorca, Menorca exhibits a relaxed, quieter approach that makes it hugely popular with tourists seeking a beach holiday. Highlights of the island include of course, its many great beaches, as well as the many recreational opportunities available on the island, which include paragliding, horseback riding, and an array of water sports.
Getting to Menorca
Menorca is accessed by Mahón Airport, which is located just a few kilometres from Mahón, the island’s capital city. Public transport is available from the airport to the city, and then from the city to other areas of the island. It’s also possible to arrive on the island via ferry, which departs from mainland Spain and other islands in the area and arrive at Maó Port in the city of Maó. It’s highly recommend that you have a letting car during your stay, as this will make getting to your Menorca holiday letting and the island’s attractions, which are sometimes in remote locations, much more straightforward.
Weather in Menorca
The weather in Menorca is one of the main draws for visitors. The island receives more than 300 days of sunshine a year, with just a brief period during autumn and winter threatening the otherwise idyllic weather. The best time to visit is spring and end of summer, when temperatures are just about perfect and it's less busy than the summer months. It is windy on the island, which offers a pleasant respite from the heat and also makes it an excellent spot for water sports.
The main appeal of Menorca are its many, many excellent beaches. Son Bou is the longest beach on Menorca and has all the great stores and bars we’ve come to expect from the best beaches. Cala en Porter in the south is beautiful, and has strong currents that make it ideal for water sports - there’s a lifeguard to keep you safe, too. Cala Galdana is one of the most popular beaches on the island, with great water and sand combined with extensive facilities creating a place you can easily spend a day. For a more rustic experience, head to Cala Turqueta, which has no facilities whatsoever - just a beautiful beach and great turquoise water for swimming in.
While you’re more than free to just lie on the beach during your stay at one of many Menorca holiday lettings dotted around the island, to do so would be to miss out on one of the best reasons to visit the Balearic Island: the recreational opportunities. Rent a kayak and spend the afternoon out on the water, which offers you the opportunity to go exploring and reach secluded beaches. Or go for a hike along the Camí de Cavalls hiking path, which dates all the way back to 1330! This trail can also be traversed on a bike, too. If you’d rather travel the local way, on horseback, then you can also choose to do so.
Menorca loves its local events and festivals, and with a bit of luck there’ll be some taking place during your stay at your Menorca holiday letting . The summer celebrations begin towards the end of June with the Sant Joan Festival, which takes place in Ciutadella and features fireworks, performances, jousting, and much more.
From this point on, the season of festivals on Menorca is upon us. On each weekend until early September there’ll be many similar festivals taking place across the island. Find out which ones are local to your Menorca holiday home and head out for a day-long celebration of all things Menorca, and especially the island’s favourite residents - the horses.
Summer also brings a series of classical concerts, which are just about the perfect way to spend a summer’s evening. These take place in a number of venues across Ciutadella, including the famous church, and offer a relaxing and memorable addition to your trip.
Self-catering in Menorca holiday lettings
There are some excellent restaurants on Menorca, but you don’t have to venture far from your Menorca holiday home to get a taste of the island. Stop by one of the famous food markets and stock up on delicious fresh fruit and veg, meat, fish, and two of the local specialities - cheese and mayonnaise - to enjoy with friends and family on the island.
Attractions of idyllic Menorca
Cala Macarelleta Beach
Only accessible via Cala Macarella, this picture-postcard beach offers white sands and turquoise waters. The beach is small, secluded and well worth a visit.
This port is nestled in a natural harbour, complete with beautiful scenery. Many ferries and boats can be spied here, and there are ample restaurants offering local and international cuisine.
Cap de Cavalleria
Located to the north of Menorca, this spot offers sandy beaches and Spain’s oldest lighthouse. There is also an eco-museum to visit on site.
Cathedral Basilica of Ciutadella de Menorca
The Ciutadella de Menorca Cathedral was rebuilt in 1813 and originally placed on the site of an old mosque. The great marble altar of the cathedral is covered by a 15-metre canopy.
El Toro is the highest point on Menorca, hosting incredible views across the island. It is home to the Sanctuary of the Virgin of El Toro, and is accessible by car or foot.
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