271 square miles in size and with 134 miles of coastline, Minorca is a true Mediterranean paradise. The maximum distance between its two extremes, Ciutadella and Maó, is of 29 miles and its highest point is Monte Toro at 1,171 ft. The eastern coast of the island enjoys the privilege of being the first point in Spain where the sun rises.

Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993 and with a rich historical legacy with the influence from the different cultures that inhabited it, the island is famous for its megalithic monuments and settlements, among them the famous Naveta d’es Tudons and Taula de Torralba, a prehistoric village in Son Catlar.


Alaior is a typical Minorcan town surrounded by magnificent beaches, located in the southern part of the island. With a rich cultural legacy, it is well worth discovering its streets and enjoying the architectonic beauty of its buildings, especially the churches of Santa Eulàlia and San Diego, the Town Hall and the school of Es Ramal.

Son Bou beach

Located 4 miles from Alaior and 2 miles long, it is the largest beach in Minorca. With crystal-clear waters and fine white sand, it is part of a protected area of natural interest (ANEI), surrounded by a prominent area of dunes and the remains of a Paleochristian basilica.


The old capital of Minorca is surrounded by walls and has a majestic aspect, with the streets in the old town preserving the unique charm from the different cultures that populated it throughout history. Especially important are its cathedral, churches, palaces and its picturesque port.

Cala’n Bosch

Cala’n Bosch is a quiet residential area located in the southwest of Minorca, just 5 miles from Ciutadella, in front of a seawater lake with the same name. It is just 250 and 500 yards from the beaches of Cala’n Bosch and Son Xoriguer respectively.