Menorca walks & rides
There are so many interesting places to explore and so much breathtaking scenery to enjoy around Menorca, you’ve just got to get out and see it. On foot - there are some really outstanding pathways and coastal trails. On wheels – a bike or hire car will take you to some fabulous secret coves off the tourist track. Or see Menorca up close and personal on horseback.
Did you know?• When the Tramuntana wind is really blowing Menorcans go to Faro de Favaritx to watch the spectacular waves.
• The VII Volta International 3 day challenge of Menorca has become a prestigious annual race attracting top cyclists from all over the world. It is held usually held in October.
• The Cami de Cavalls coastal path which surrounds the island was originally created to be followed on horseback.
Top tips• The Camí d'en Kane track is an ideal sightseeing route for bikes, and most cycle routes are well signposted.
Walk the coastal path from Punta Prima to the headland • Watch Tower at Alcaufar. It is the first part of Spain to see the sunrise.
• There are many excellent riding schools and pony trekking centres throughout Menorca, notably at Alaior, Son Parc and Ciutadella.