Camping in Minorca

Classified as a Biosphere Nature Reserve by UNESCO located in the Balearic Islands, the campsites of Menorca allow for a stay surrounded by nature in the heart of the Mediterranean sea. With the island's typical vegetation mostly made up of pines, its little secluded creeks and its beautiful beaches - you're in for a treat. 

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YELLOH! VILLAGE - LES BALEARES SON BOU **** Spain, Balearic Islands, Alaior
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The first-category campsite, Camping Son Bou, opened in 1996, has 70,000 m² of pine forest and extensive, green spaces. Its buildings and constructions have been designed to maintain perfect harmony with the magnificent countryside which surrounds it. Is located 3 km from the beach of Son Bou, one of the most beautiful places on the island. The services and facilities are cared for down to the very last detail. Its large plots make their clients’ stay a comfortable one. All of this is in a relaxed, family environment which will let you enjoy an unforgettable holiday.

Travel the island on foot, by bike, on horseback or take a boat tour to discover its megalithic sites, castles and fortresses. Make the most to discover this outstanding island during your area at a campsite on Menorca.

Menorca has very few campsites. We therefore recommend you book your camping holiday well ahead, especially if you want to stay there during the high season!

The campsites enable you to benefit from plenty of services and amenities that will turn your holidays into unforgettable memories. Dive into the warm waters of the large pool, taste the local dishes and the islands fresh products. Spend days relaxing or filled with leisure and sports activities. 

A 200-km long coastline with 70 beaches - plenty of opportunities to try different swimming spots during your camping holiday on Menorca. 

The island has a turbulent history. Going back to prehistoric times were traces can be found at the Naveta Es Tudons site of megaliths and the town of Talati de Dalt. Travel back to the Middle Ages in la Ciutadella during a stay at a campsite on Menorca.

What to see and do near your campsites in Menorca

If you're staying at a campsite in Menorca, you should definitely see/do these:

  • Isabel II fortress
  • visit the gorgeous beaches of Cala Turqueta and Cala Macarelleta
  • Hike up Muntanya Mala
  • Water sports
  • Museum of Menorca
  • Museum of la Ciutadella
  • Fort Marlborough
  • Military museum of Menorca