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Sant Lluís, Menorca
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Price per night
March : £120
Price in January
Type of accommodation
3 Bedrooms, 123m²
Price per week
June : £130
A holiday rental in Menorca is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Menorca is £124.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Menorca, you have to pay on average £868 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £908 and £839 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Menorca are less expensive in June: £130 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 5% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 5% (£120 per night) in 03, which is the most expensive month to live in Menorca.
On average, rentals in Menorca can accommodate 6 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 123 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Menorca is £1 224 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £8 566.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Menorca costs on average £187, for Friday and Saturday nights.
36% of accommodation is still available for a stay in February. It will be necessary to pay on average £119 per night.
The Mediterranean island of Menorca is indisputably the crown jewel of The Balearics, with its emerald fringed coves, rustic ocean kissed towns and countless lighthouses which grace the unspoilt coastline. In an island bursting with so much charm, it is hard to imagine you would ever want to leave time for sleep, but with Likibu’s vast range of apartment rentals and villas in Menorca, you are guaranteed to find your dream retreat online today.
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Es Mercadal, Menorca
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A villa with a private pool in Puerto Addaia, a cottage with a garden in the town of Alaio or an apartment with a sea view in Cala Morell, all of this, and more, is available to rent when you choose a holiday letting in Menorca. Whichever combination you want, there is no better way to immerse yourself in the true Menorcan experience than through your own home away from home on this vibrant island. Secure a piece of Menorca via Airbnb or Trip Advisor here and wake up feeling ready to discover everything this Balearic beauty has the offer.
Thanks to the island's Mediterranean position, Menorca is a continuous sun trap which welcomes warm weather and minimal rainfall throughout the entire year. Therefore, visitors do not necessarily need to fight for a place on the beaches in the peak summer holiday months, as the spring months of April and May, and the Autumnal months of October and November still see temperatures of around 20 degrees. Accommodation around the island books up in advance, even in the winter months, with visitors chasing an escape from their chilly home country, so remember to book your holiday lettings in advance today.
Renowned for its celebrated coastlines, rustic landscapes and eternally hot weather, it is no surprise that Menorca attracts sun worshippers and beach bathers from across the globe. Whatever your reason for visiting the island, there is the ideal holiday rental for every visitor's needs. The island is, unsurprisingly, a hotspot for families who can enjoy the quiet coves and bays, and there is no better place to enjoy these natural attractions than finding a holiday home or private villa which houses your large party and is just a short walk to the shore. Menorca is also an island for couples and groups of friends who want to spend their days drinking Spanish coffee in the quaint villages of Ciutadella and Ferreries. Choosing a bed and breakfast or an apartment rental in one of these whitewashed seaside towns will allow you to wake up in a room with a view of the organic scenery which Menorca is so loved for.
Located in the western area of the Mediterranean Sea, the second largest Balearic island is easily accessible by air from the UK. With direct flights from various locations to Menorca Mahon Airport including London, Leeds, Belfast and Manchester, from a range of airlines such as British Airways, EasyJet and Jet2 landing in just over two hours, this island is even closer and more affordable than you might think. The southwestern airport is only a ten-minute drive the capital city of Mahón, fifteen minutes to the picturesque resort of Punta Prima and around forty minutes to the popular family resort of Cala'n Bosch.
As Menorca is a Spanish Island, influences from the mainland have reached all aspects of Menorcin culture, and the cuisine is no exception. From the salty Queso de Mahón which will fuel any cheese lovers delight, to the rich cured sausages and Tumbet which resembles that of traditional tapas, you certainly won't be going hungry in this flavourful section of The Balearics. With these treats and other local ingredients all available in farmers markets across the island, you can live like a local by renting a self-catered holiday home and cook up a personal twist on traditional food in your own kitchen. Though Spanish is the principal language of the island, a majority of the residents also speak Catalonian, so remember to brush up on both key phrases to ensure you can ease right into Menorcin culture.
Though Menorca may be small, it boasts an impressive collection of nearly two hundred coves, bays and beaches, all of which are brimming with a pallet of fresh colours which have shone brightly across the island's coastline for millenniums before us. Nothing says Menorca like the nautical lighthouses which decorate the golden shore, so reside in a bed and breakfast among these structures and enjoy the picturesque views from dawn to dusk and beyond. With just a limited number of large-scale developments along Menorca's waters edge, this haven is one of the only destinations left in which visitors have an endless choice of quaint guesthouses and private holiday villas instead of a more commercial hotel room.
Boasting some of the most natural and unspoilt scenery in the entire Balearics, Menorca has a level of adventure to be enjoyed which is suitable for visitors of all abilities and ages. One of the hidden secrets of Menorca is that you can walk the entire circumference on a track which spans 180 miles around the edge of the island. This means there is no excuse to miss out enjoying the dramatic coastline views; whether you want a more intense hike or a leisurely ride along a section on horseback, something is waiting on this track for everybody. The adventure is not limited to the land, however, as you can get to know Menorca's underwater residents in a scuba diving experience near Mahon, or immerse yourself in the tropical waters on a kayak in Punta Prima.
Choosing a holiday apartment in the sun-drenched capital city of Mahon will place you alongside pastel coloured squares, palm tree studded boulevards and of course, the world's second largest harbour. Falling short only to the mighty Pearl Harbour in Hawaii, this harbour is just one of many around Menorca, and is considered as the heart of the island. The harbour is a hub of activity for sailors, cruise ships and pedestrians who can enjoy the neighbouring restaurants and bars which overlook the water. One thing is for sure; whether you have a passion for the waves or not, this harbour is too grand to be forgotten.