The island of Minorca is part of the Balearic archipelago sailing in the Mediterranean Sea. It is the northernmost island and the second in size between Mallorca and Ibiza. It has an extension of 702 km2, and the maximum distance between the two ends of the island, (between Ciutadella and Maó), is 47 km; while the maximum width from north coast to south coast, is 19 km.

Sa Torre Blanca, has a unique location, a farm in the middle of a natural paradise ideal for all those who enjoy outdoor activities.

Camí de Cavalls

The Camí de Cavalls is not only a path made of the sum of paths or trails which goes around the island, but a collective heritage that is part of our identity.

The Estate Sa Torre Blanca adjoins this road, offering the possibility of walks along the coast, beautiful pristine beaches and landscapes of great beauty.

Just 20 minutes from the house, we find a trail of virgin coves, fully protected and part of the Natural Park.

Natural Park of S'albufera Des Grau

Agrotourism Sa Torre Blanca, is part of a great diversity of environments and protected natural spaces with greater or lesser degree of human intervention: wetlands, agricultural and livestock land, forests, a coastline with cliffs and beaches, islets and marine area.

An experience to enjoy Rural Tourism in Minorca.

Archeology: Talayotic Culture

Five minutes walking from the house, we find one of the most emblematic ruins of the prehistory of Menorca, set Taula and Talayot.

It is a Talayotic village, whose location (near the north coast), is very unusual given the inclemency of the wind in this part of the island.

The site was excavated in the 30s, by Margaret Murray Archaeologist.

Cape Of Faváritx

An hour and a half trip.

Isolated from the civilization, located in the area of Tramontana (North zone) of the island, is the Cabo de Favàritx and is geologically very old, specifically from the Primary era, also known as the Paleozoic Era.

The Favàritx Lighthouse, surrounded by low cliffs of black and gray slate, forms a landscape that many define as lunar.

When you head towards the lighthouse, you will have the feeling that you have changed the island, that it is not Minorca at all.

Everything is possible on the island.

From the coast to the interior. From the villages to the multicolored grasslands. From the hidden cove, to the kilometric beach. From the simplicity of the homemade sobrasada to the aftertaste of the elaborate cheeses full of nuances.

From the millenary museums, to the unexpected ruins next to the lighthouse. From the navigation of the cove, to flying on a sailboat with the Tramuntana winds. From the feeling of the bustle of the shops to the smell of the leather of the traditional s'avarques.

From the black rampant horses, to the whisper of the wind in the vanquished acebuche. Minorca all year.

Photograph: Caló d'en Fust en Binibeca Vell.
The enchanted island that some called, needs to be visited with tranquility, or under promise to return soon.

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