Biniarroca hotel is located in the countryside, between the villages of Sant Lluís, Es Castell and Mahon. Sant Lluís can be reached on foot in a few minutes, once there, you can take a bus to the beautiful beaches of Binibeca and Binisafúller, or to Mahon, from where you can connect to the entire island by bus.

Menorca is the easternmost island of the Balearic Islands. It covers an area of 702 square kilometers and has 216 kilometers of coastline. Although it only measures 47 kilometers , it offers the most spectacular natural sites of the whole Balearic Islands. And it’s not only us saying so!

You can feel the history of Menorca in the streets. Es Castell, founded by the British in the 18th century, is the first town in Spain to see the sun. Sant Lluís was founded by the French and Mahon has the largest natural harbor in Europe. Besides its outstanding gastronomic wealth: cheeses, wines, gins and sausages are internationally renowned, in Menorca, everything is closely related to its land, since the horse is the protagonist of the festivities that take place in all the towns during summer, starting with Sant Joan in June and ending with the Mahón fiestas, the islands administrative capital, early September.

Outlining what we find near Biniarroca, the hotel is just a few minutes away from the town of Binibeca Vell, with its distinctive small whitewashed houses. The British fort of Marlborough, the cove of San Esteban, and several archaeological sites like Trepucó and Trebalúger. The beaches of Sant Lluís include beauties like Punta Prima, Alcaufar or Binibeca. Mahon´s beaches include Sa Mesquida or Es Grau, besides the core of the Menorcan Biosphere Reserve, the Albufera des Grau, perfect for hiking and water sports. Located in the central area of the island, about a 20-minutes drive away, are the popular beaches of Son Bou and Son Saura, and here one must necessarily climb the Toro, our highest mountain, 346 meters high. From its summit you can enjoy a beautiful view of the island, including the port of Fornells, on the north coast: a delight to behold.

About 40 minutes away, one reaches Ciutadella, the medieval capital located at the opposite end of the island. Its abundance of coves impresses, and suddenly, one surrenders to the evidence that the trip is too short. But: “Menorca seemed small!” It is, but only on a map. Cala Turqueta, Macarella and sister Macarelleta, Mitjana and Mitjaneta, La Vall…. The list is endless! In Ciutadella, you should visit the Cathedral of Menorca, one of its palaces and castles, and the traditional, lively and colorful markets.

Aware of the jewel at hand, our team consists of Menorcans and Spaniards, English, French, Italian, Belgian… All in love with the island! We will be happy to guide you and recommend the best places to enjoy a beautiful piece of land in the middle of a captivating sea.