Its origin dates back to 1330, when it was used to guard the Minorcan coast and defend the island from invaders. Today it is divided into 20 stages of varying difficulty and length, so it is an experience that no one who loves nature should miss.
One of the most distinctive characteristics of Minorca is the shape of its coast, sculpted over millennia by storms or reclaimed from the sea so as to form its capes. To discover its profile from the sea, like people who close their eyes and discover something only through touch, is to get to know the wildest, most authentic side of Minorca.
Either way, it won’t leave you indifferent. The variety of its landscapes, its fauna and flora are plenty of motivation to want to explore the island from end to end - you’ll run out of time! But that’s a good thing... it means you’ll come back.
Can you imagine having a travel plan made to measure?
If you tell us what about your ideal version of Minorca, we would be delighted to prepare a personalised travel plan for you, with all our best tips and favourite places on the island. Take a look and tell us what appeals to you, we’ll take care of the rest.