If you are planning a holiday in Binibeca, Menorca, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort, and help you in selecting from our range of accommodation.
You will either love or hate Binibeca – it is difficult to feel anything in between. To some it is an example of tasteful tourist development, based on architectural beauty and local style. To others, it is tacky, artificial and ugly.
One of the earliest coastal development in Menorca, it was designed to resemble a Mediterranean fishing village, with whitewashed houses, orange trees and sun-filled patios filled with geraniums. A maze of narrow alleys, Moorish archways, boats and sea views, it would be stunning if only it were authentic. The first giveway is the name – would a real fishing village be called Poblat de Pascados [fishing village]?
You could easily spend your whole holiday here – there is a supermarket, souvenir shops, restaurants and bars, swimming pools, squash courts and a children’s play area. The nearest beach is 1km away at Binibequer where you can rent sunshades, loungers and pedal boats and have lunch at a simple wooden shack which claims to be the only place in Menorca where you can enjoy a drink with your feet in the sea.
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