Villas in Menorca

Amanda's verdict
The Balearic Islands are firm family favourites, but if you’re looking for the best beaches, quiet resorts and beautiful, unspoilt scenery, you can’t go wrong with Menorca. Its coast is chiselled with secluded coves, lapped by shallow turquoise waters. And if you tire of the beach, there are enough activities – from boat trips to horse riding – to keep most families happy.

Recommended tour operator: Vintage Travel

Vintage Travel says

All of our villas in Menorca have been hand-picked for their quality accommodation, family-friendly location and style – from charming hideaways in the countryside to contemporary villas close to the beach.

  • close to beaches
  • private pools
  • safe sandy beaches

Each of our villas in Menorca has a private pool and they are all a relatively short drive from Mahon airport, a big consideration for families.

Our selection ranges between two and five bedrooms sleeping from three up to ten. Some villas are ideal for two families travelling together.

The long sandy beach and restaurants of Binibeca are only 200 metres away from pretty Villa Dar Es Salaam. With three bedrooms, it is a great choice for families who want to combine the privacy of a villa with its own pool in mature gardens and easy access to local facilities without needing a car.

With four bedrooms, Casa Suenos is popular with 3G or two families travelling together and the beach of Binibeca, and the lovely restaurant there, is only 300m away.

With two bedrooms, Villa C’an Nito is a popular option for smaller families with fabulous views from its 14 metre swimming pool.

We offer villa rental only, or we can also arrange your flights, car hire, and a wide range of extras from cot hire to VIP airport lounge passes.

All our villas include maid service, a welcome hamper and pool towels plus free wifi. Most have air-conditioning included.

Check out our full range of villas in Menorca.

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