Sport and nature
Most of the beaches on the island of Menorca are situated on the route of the Camí de Cavalls, a historical long distance hiking trail (GR-223) which goes around the island and is undoubtedly one of its main attractions if you love sport and nature. The trail, 185km in length, also passes by valleys, ravines and streams, lookout towers, lighthouses and trenches... making it without a doubt one of the best ways to really get to know this island, which was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1993, whether it’s by walking, running, cycling or on horseback. But if it’s the sea you want, there is nothing like diving or snorkelling in the North Reserve of the island, one of the last virgin areas in the Mediterranean, sailing or surfing on the innumerable windy days, going to the coves and virgin beaches in a kayak, or almost flying, with sports such as jet skiing or water skiing. Menorca really is an outdoor sports ground!