Menorca Island, part of the Balearic Islands in Spain and located in the western Mediterranean, is a highly rated natural environment, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1993, with quality services offered and featured by:
- a sunny weather, a rustic landscape and a coast with one hundred mostly virgin beaches (more than closest Mallorca and Ibiza Islands together),
- the old "Camí de Cavalls" (the horses path) which surrounds the two hundred kilometers of the island coast, through the wild and dry North and the turkoise blue water beaches of the South, in a unique environment to practice trekking, cycling or just enjoy calmly walks to beaches,
- a virgin coast with bays and islands, and plenty of small nooks and beaches where sailors can anchor and probably rest alone; practice sailing, kayak, diving, snorkle or any seaside activity,
- two cities: Maó (Port Mahón) and Ciutadella, on opposites sides of the island, providing all services and reflecting the multicultural history of the island; along it, small villages and urbanizations offering local lodging and gastronomy near nature assets.