Easter is a time where many families celebrate together. If you are looking for some ideas of what to do in Menorca during Easter, then look no further! Here are five plans that will keep you entertained over your holidays on the island.
If you're looking for some ideas of what to do over your Easter holidays in Menorca, you've come to the right place. We'll be listing some great activities that are perfect for all ages, so read on and see which ones interest you the most. Hope you have a wonderful time during your visit to Menorca in 2023!
If there's good weather, a fantastic easter trek is the one that goes from Cala Galdana to Cala Mitjana. It's an easy path through Cami de Cavalls, and you will see wild turquoise waters, incredible landscapes and a green forest.
Easter is a great time to do this, as it's one of the most popular routes and is not as crowded as in Summer.
If you are looking for a way to get away from the hustle and bustles of everyday life, then diving at Easter in Menorca can be an excellent choice. Whether it's your first time or you are a diver, Menorca is fabulous for scuba diving.
And, Why should you dive at Easter in Menorca?
There are several great diving centres in Menorca with certified teachers with PADI; your immersion will be safe and enjoyable.
If you are interested in diving at Easter, look at the Diving Baptism at Addaia. One of the most recommended (2h 30'), you will dive into a protected area where you will be able to see many species.
Menorca is a perfect destination for those looking to spend their Easter holidays in the sun, sand and sea. However, there's so much more than just that on this island! You can also explore its cities - Mahón or Ciutadella if you're feeling adventurous enough...
With streets so narrow that not even cars pass by, Ciutadella is an experience that you cannot miss. It offers endless places like its Cathedral, Born tower and many historical monuments.
Why don't you take a free tour through the beautiful streets of Ciutadella?
If something stands out about the eastern capital, it's the port. Mahón has one of the largest natural harbours in the world, almost 6 kilometres long.
Want to experience Easter in style? Mao has plenty of good restaurants and shops. But if you really want an adventure, we recommend taking a boat trip through the port-of Mahón! It costs €15 for this wonderful experience -and well worth every penny.
The cheese of Menorca is a hard, salty paste that's been made for centuries. The rennet added to it comes from the mouth and stomachs of young sheep or goats, which have never touched wool! It has an orange colour when fresh, but ageing will turn them more brown in flavour with time.
Not all the Cheese Factories are open during Easter; however, Subaida is open, and the tour only costs €9. It also includes cheese tasting!
The temperature at Easter for this 2023 is still a mystery, so we want to propose several plans that you can do almost always, regardless of the temperature.
Menorca has one of the best sunsets in the country; for this reason, we suggest you visit Cavallería Lighthouse.
It is one of the best lighthouses in Menorca and with the best views. At Easter, it is practically empty, and you will be able to take that photo that causes you so much desire with the sea in the background.
So if you are looking for a quieter Menorca, where you can enjoy the island's beauty and its beaches, we recommend that you visit it at Easter.
However, if you still want to discover more activities and things to do on the island, do not hesitate to see our complete list of activities in Menorca.
Cala Macarella is one of the best-known coves in Menorca. The turquoise colour of the sea and the boats' shadows make this beach look like a postcard of the Balearic Islands.
Sharks are present in Menorca and throughout the Mediterranean Sea. However, the overfishing of the last decades has diminished sharks sightings. Nevertheless, every year there is usually an appearance of a blue shark, normally dying on the shore.