If you like kayaking, in Menorca you will have the chance to discover one of the most unspoilt coastlines of the Mediterranean. The Menorcan tourist board is promoting the kayak so it is very popular at the moment. There are plenty of companies that rent them, offer day trips, courses, guided excursions and provide maps and advice. There is also the possibility of renting the kayak directly in some beaches. Sea kayaking is the most rewarding way to explore Menorca with its captivating caves, some of them can only be reached by sea.
Article: Kayaking around Menorca, The Guardian
Camí de Cavalls
Camí de Cavalls is the most popular bridle path in Menorca, which rings the entire island on the old coastal footpath used by customs guards. Considered the historical heritage of the island and declared of cultural interest is a perfect way to explore the coastal zones.
The 185 km of the path can be done walking from the beginning to the end. It is very useful to move from one cove to the next one, or to reach the lighthouses if you want to visit them. Some of the best viewpoints in Menorca are in the Camí de Cavalls, you will find out. It can be also explored via bicycle or horse ride.
Some bike shops offer guided day trips and routes doing the Camí de Cavalls on mountain bike. They offer transport and support to do the whole path or some parts of it. There are parts harder than others, so they can give you advice according to your personal skills.
Diving and snorkelling
Crystalline waters, unique marine species, natural caves and the protected area Marine Reserve on the north coast is what you will find on the seabed of Menorca.
Menorca has three Nautical Centres : Maó, Fornells and Ciutadella, offering full range of diving courses, activities, two-hours snorkelling excursions and the equipment. Here you have the websites for more information. S’Algar Diving, Maó. Diving Center Fornells, Fornells. Escuela de buceo Scuba Plus, Ciutadella
Walking around Menorca is to embark on a megalithic journey of over 5000 years of history spread out over one of the most extensive archaeological sites of the Mediterranean. A monumental legacy with many prehistoric settlements found all over the island in which the Naveta des Tudons, the prehistoric city of Torre d’en Galmés, the necropolis of Cales Coves, the walls of Torrellafuda and the Talayotic settlement of Son Catlar stand out. Menorca is a veritable open-air museum with over thirty anthropologically interesting monuments that can be visited.