Minorca boasts 216 kilometres of diverse coastline, ranging from rugged shores and reddish beaches in the north to the gentle relief of the south, featuring golden sandy coves.

Whether on large sandy beaches or small coves surrounded by pine groves, there are endless opportunities to bask in the sun and enjoy the sea, all of which share one common characteristic: crystal-clear waters. This island is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, offering sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, and scuba diving activities. Minorca’s magnificent sea bed has been a favourite of divers for decades. The island’s serene ambience is mainly due to its precious countryside, designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, offering an abundance of flora, fauna, and landscapes.

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