Discover a selection of 2,000 holiday rentals in Menorca, ES that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including pool and private pool. Prices start at £ 52 per night, and villas and houses are popular options for a stay in Menorca. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Menorca villas are a slice of beachfront paradise

Menorca: You can find a wide variety of family-friendly villas in Menorca. Villas near the coast are a great choice because many of the beaches lack big waves, making them perfect for smaller children. You can rent umbrellas and sunbeds on many of the beaches to help extend your day of fun. Holiday villas here cater to family members of every age, and their pools and proximity to area attractions on the island make for an ideal family-friendly holiday in Spain.


Enthralling history on Minorca

Great megalithic monuments stud the countryside of Minorca, belying a deep and intriguing history that goes back millennia. Jump in the car and drive out to the haunting Naveta d'Es Tudons, just outside of Ciutadella. Its stone construction is thought to be an ancient burial monument, dating all the way to 1,200 BC. The Romans also left their mark on Minorca. You can see the remains of one of their port cities at Sanisera – it's quite off-the-beaten-track, up on the rugged north coast. Then there's the palpable historical relics of Mahon. The formidable Fortaleza de Isabel II was built to protect one of the largest natural harbours in the Med, and contains barracks dating from the years of English colonisation.

Outdoor activities

Exploring the Minorcan outdoors

Adventure beckons in the wilder and untouched Balearic island of Minorca. There are glimmering yachts aplenty bobbing in the marina of Es Castell, just waiting for budding sailors to pull the anchor and launch an odyssey around the rugged coastline. Other pursuits can take you under the sea. Minorca is known for its crystal-clear waters and abundance of marine life. Scuba outfitters are plentiful, but just snorkelling in coves like Calo Blanc and Macarella can reveal rocky reefs and rare sea turtles. Then there's the hiking. Those with a Minorca holiday cottage booked in Es Grau can look forward to stunning cliff walks through pine forests. Those close to the Cape Favaritx can enjoy treks to the rocky coastline, with its lighthouse standing watch over the peaceful, empty coastal inlets below.


The finest beaches and sands near Minorca holiday homes

  • Cala Macarelleta is a picture postcard-worthy inlet with cotton-white sand and see-through turquoise water
  • The calm waters of Platges Son Saura make it a favourite choice for families and swimmers
  • Boulder-studded Cala Mesquida is a wild and rugged place with amazing cliff walks
  • The snorkelling crowd will love Calo Blanc – just don't expect any sandy sunbathing spots
  • Adventurers can hike the pine groves to secluded Cala Escorxada
How to get around

Ways to navigate the island of Minorca

There's no question that a car rental on Minorca offers the most freedom of all. Not only will you be able to cruise out of the main towns and discover hidden coves and inlets all around the shore, but you could also pick Minorca villa rentals that are isolated out in the countryside for an extra taste of seclusion. You can pick up vehicle hires in the main airport south of Mahón, in the capital itself and in a whole host of smaller resorts. Unlike its nearby brother of Majorca, Minorca has no rail network. However, there are affordable buses run by TMSA, linking many small towns and popular spots like Ciutedella, Cala Galdarna and Mahón.

Restaurants and bars

Where to find great restaurants on Minorca

  • The food markets of Mahon are a great place to track down aged Minorcan cheeses and spicy sobrassada sausages
  • Ciutadella's rabbit warren of an old town is a great place to get stuck into traditional Spanish tapas
  • Mahon's huge harbour area is known for its uber-fresh seafood restaurants
  • The rustic countryside villages have traditional Balearic taverns that serve local wines and regional produce
  • International flavours – sushi, pizza – are normal in the eclectic restaurants of resorts like Cala Blanca
Essential info

Travel facts about Minorca

  • Minorca is the westernmost island in the Balearic chain
  • The currency in Minorca is the euro (EUR)
  • People in Minorca drive on the right-hand side of the road
  • Minorca has a population of just under 95,000
  • Pack plenty of sun cream if you're visiting Minorca villa rentals in the summer

How many holiday rentals are available around Menorca?

Our 2022 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 1,976 holiday lettings around Menorca. From 1,003 villas to 1,516 houses, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends for a long holiday or a weekend break.