Menorca Activities and Sports
Menorca is the ideal location for a family holiday, with lots of Menorca activities to keep everyone occupied.
Menorca has everything you need for a memorable nautical vacation, whether you're renting a sailboat or learning to windsurf.
Menorca has a plethora of nautical activities available, including jet skiing, kayaking, snorkeling excursions, ribs or speedboats to charter, paddle surfing and so much more.
The underwater Menorca is stunning. Divers from all around the world flock to its warmth and clarity. There are a number of scuba diving operators offering trips and courses for all levels.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Another great way to explore Menorca's coastline is by stand-up paddle board. SUP is a great workout and a lot of fun. There are a number of operators offering classes and rentals.
With its sheltered bays and consistent winds, Menorca is a sailor's paradise. charter a yacht or take a sailing course and enjoy the island from the sea.
The coastline of Menorca is studded with little coves and inlets, many only accessible by kayak. Paddling around the island is a great way to see some of Menorca's more remote corners.
Menorca's winds make it a great place to windsurf. There are a number of operators offering courses and rentals. The north of the island is more suitable to this activity as it is often windier.
Fishing is one of Menorca's oldest industries. Today, it's still possible to go out on a traditional Menorcan fishing boat (known as a llaut) and try your hand at line fishing. Or, for something more modern, there are charter boats that cater to all levels of experience you can hire for the day.
Water parks, slides, and sun. What could be better than a hot day in Menorca? Here is a selection on the island: Splash Sur Menorca Water Park (one of the biggest), Aquarock at Cala en Bosch, Parque Acuatico at Arenal d'en Castell and Aqua Centre in Los Delfines.
Walking in Menorca
Walking is one of the most popular activities on the island. Exploring the island by foot is one of the greatest methods to do so. The Camí de Cavalls is a bridle path that encircles the whole island. From a busy beach, within minutes, other pathways lead through beautiful wooded countryside studded with wildflowers and the ruins of old towers.
Anyone for a round of golf? Son Parc's 18-hole golf course is suited to both newbies and seasoned golfers. It's in the northern part of the island, near Son Parc Beach.
Cycling is a lot of fun in Menorca. With more than 3,000 kilometers of paths, tracks, and roads that are accessible by mountain bike and offer a wide range of rides to challenge and thrill all levels of experience, Menorca has everything for cyclists.
In Menorca, the equestrian culture is very significant. On the island, you'll find a variety of riding trips for all levels of expertise.
If you're a beginner, you can take a short ride on the beach. For those seeking more of an adventure, there are rides through the Menorcan countryside. Experienced riders can even go for a gallop along the coastline.
If you fancy a game of tennis, Menorca has some great courts. The biggest concentration is in Mahon, but there are also courts at Ferreries tennis club.
Paintball is a great activity for groups of friends or family. It's a safe and adrenaline-filled way to spend an afternoon. There are several paintball centres on the island, including Paintball Ciutadella and Paintball Mahon.
So there you have it, a few ideas for Menorca activities to keep you busy on your next visit! Whether you're into golf, cycling, horse riding or simply exploring the great outdoors, Menorca has something for everyone.