Menorca Vacation Ownership
The most serene and unspoiled of the Balearic Islands, Menorca charms travelers year-round with its stretches of sandy shoreline, Mediterranean-style harbors, and scenic historic landmarks. Cherish the breathtaking vistas, delicious cuisine, and outdoor excursions on an annual getaway to the Balearic Islands with a Menorca timeshare resale, and guarantee ideal accommodations while saving thousands.
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Quick Facts about Menorca Timeshare
- Menorca timeshare resorts are typically located right on the island’s beachfront for magnificent coastal views and ocean access.
- Menorca resorts flaunt traditional Spanish-style architecture.
- While on a small island, you are never far from popular attractions and entertainment at a Menorca timeshare resort.
Popular Menorca Resorts
- Diamond Resorts White Sands Country Club
- El Bergantin Menorca Club
Things to Do in Menorca
Don’t let Menorca’s size fool you. While small in scope, the island doesn’t lack when it comes to sightseeing and adventure. Menorca has several lighthouses scattered throughout the island’s coast, such as Favaritz, Punta de Sant Carles, and Cavalleria. Each has its own unique allure, and traveling to these landmarks makes for the perfect day excursion. Also discover the 19th century Spanish fortress of La Mola or the 1760s British St. Philip’s Castle. Sample a taste of Menorca’s very own Xoriguer Gin at their still-functioning 18th century distillery.
While some are history buffs, others just want to enjoy what the island is best known for—its beaches. Es Grau, Cala Del Pilar, and Cala Macarella are some traveler favorites. But no matter which one of these sun-drenched beaches you decide to visit, you are sure to find nothing but white powdered sands, perfect swimming, and beautiful views. Boat tours give visitors the chance to explore the entire island by sea, and some even stop to discover underwater caves and shipwrecks.
Discover the island by foot while hiking, biking, or horseback riding at Cavalls de Ferro or Cami de Cavalls. After working up a sweat, some good food and refreshments are much needed. Enjoy delicious local cuisine at one of the many restaurants around the island. Cheese, pastries, and cured sausages are popular menu items. While it’s no Ibiza, Menorca does have a casual, yet entertaining nightlife for travelers. Head to one of the local bars for a Sa Bona Birra beer, refreshing cocktail, or Menorcan gin.