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Punta Prima Holidays

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Menorca holidays

A prime destination in Menorca

Picture-perfect beaches are just one of the highlights of Punta Prima holidays. This ancient Menorcan town sits on the southeastern tip of the island and boasts historic charm, adventurous activities and fascinating culture – as well as that gorgeous coastline. Located on the Cami de Cavalls, or ‘path of horses’, hiking trail, Punta Prima has countless footpaths that stretch across the rocky cliffs and between the hidden coves, perfect for keen walkers.

The area is also a water-sports haven, with kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding both on offer. If you’re looking for less adventure and more time soaking up the sun, just head to the local beach, which is known for its glimmering clean waters and bright white sands. Holidays to Punta Prima pack picturesque landscapes and authentic island culture into one delightful destination – no wonder it’s a holidaymaker favourite year after year.

Your Punta Prima questions, answered

With its shallow and calm waters, Punta Prima’s beach feels like it was designed for families, letting kids enjoy the sand and sea and parents enjoy peace of mind.
You can walk everywhere in Punta Prima, and the surrounding area is covered in well-worn footpaths, which are the best way of discovering the local landscape, too.
Fresh seafood is a major ingredient in much of authentic Menorcan cooking, with dishes like hearty lobster stew and baked cuttlefish being star examples on the menu.

Best things to do in Punta Prima

Go to the market

If you’re looking for special and unique souvenirs, make sure you visit the craft market where you’ll be able to find locally made jewellery and leather products.

Enjoy the nightlife

Punta Prima knows how to have fun. From karaoke to quiz nights, the resort’s bars are popular among laid-back fun-seekers. For clubs and all-night dancing, head to nearby Mahon.

Visit Torre de Alcaufar

This 18th-century defensive tower is a half-hour stroll along the shoreline from Punta Prima, and the walk will reward you with gorgeous views of the crystal waters below.