Alaior

Alaior holidays

The pretty inland village of Alaior is an enchanting Menorcan pick. Pitch up and have your fill of light-coloured sands to sprawl out on, a mild year-round Mediterranean climate, and a variety of tempting local cuisine. Explore the weekly market, cathedral and handful of cheese factories, too!

Every element

The standout sight – the sandstone Church of Santa Eulalia – makes Alaior look so captivating. Pretty parks and windmills also scatter the countryside, while curved, family-friendly beaches – like Cala en Porter and Son Bou – plus fields of grazing cows, and al fresco terraced restaurants will hook you throughout your stay.

Jump in

There’s no excuse not to do it all here. Locally, you can take advantage of running routes, cycling tracks and walking trails, but if you fancy unearthing some culture, more of Menorca awaits. Set your own agenda and discover the city of Mahón, nearby caves, and even gin distilleries.

Alaior

Alaior

Menorca

Drive for 15-minutes from Son Bou towards the centre of the island and you'll reach the pretty whitewashed village of Alaior, known as the 'cultural capital' of Menorca. The centre is steeped in charming...
Bodegas Binifadet

Bodegas Binifadet

Menorca

Take a tour of Bodegas Binifadet to find out how wine is made. The wineries here can be visited all year round and the tours give a comprehensive history of Binifadet wine and show you how it's produced and...
Cala Macarelleta

Cala Macarelleta

Menorca

Postcards may be a little bit passé, but if you've ever seen one of Menorca it will undoubtedly be of the virgin beaches at Macarelleta. The shallow waters give the bays a tropical turquoise hue and it's...
Climate

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