The preservation of Menorca’s tranquility
has long been a priority for locals, and its
nature is so unspoiled that UNESCO has
named the island a protected biosphere.

Visitors to Experimental Menorca find themselves in an intimate relationship to the environment, beckoned by untouched beaches and sheltered rocky coves, fragrant pine forests and miles of trails, where prehistoric megaliths appear scattered across the island.

A selection of possibile activities and diversions are offered; horses and hiking guides are available, as are yoga, pottery and painting classes. Access to a secluded pebble beach is a forty-minutes walk down a natural stone path. For a sandy beach with restaurants and other amenities, Playa de Son Bou is a short 10 minutes drive away.