Menorca is a peaceful island, much more low-key than its neighbouring Balearic Islands. Walking in Menorca takes you to some beautiful scenery, both inland and along the truly idyllic coastline with its splendid beaches. Whether you’re hiking or touring Menorca by car, you will marvel at the amazing remnants of Menorca’s past scattered all around the island — the densest concentration of prehistoric monuments in Europe.
This fully updated fifth edition will delight Menorca’s many enthusiasts. The large-scale topo maps and the fold-out touring map now include the Camí de Cavalls, a round-the-island coastal trek.
Area covered: the whole of Menorca
The best months for walking in Menorca are April, May, June, September and October (when it will still be warm enough for most people), but take something showerproof for the occasional wet day — Menorca is the wettest of the Balearic islands, though July and August can normally be relied upon for lots of sun and heat (so are not ideal for walking!).