If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday in Menorca, we highly recommend booking your stay in beautiful Binibeca. Situated on the island’s sun-soaked east coast, the small fishing village is a paradise like no other. Book your dream Binibeca Menorca holiday for 2024 or 2025 today.
Binibeca holidays are a luxurious opportunity that you just can’t pass on. White-washed buildings, winding cobbled streets and scenic coves give the area its authentic Mediterranean charm. Still need convincing? One look at the golden sands of Binibeca Beach should do it.
As for your accommodation options, you’ll find a wide selection of family-friendly Binibeca hotels, beach villas, apartments and B&Bs, all of which are in close proximity to the area’s bars, shops and restaurants. In Binibeca’s quaint eateries you can enjoy delicious tapas and local speciality dishes - foodies will be in their element.
So what can you expect from the weather in Binibeca? Mild winters and glorious summers make this enviable resort the perfect option whatever the time of year. Read on for a detailed overview of Menorca’s weather:
In January and February, Binibeca stays mild and pleasant compared to the UK. There's no need to wrap up here, as temperatures average around 12 degrees Celsius.
In March and April, Binibeca becomes noticeably warmer with the temperature rising to about 15 degrees. The Easter holidays are a great time to visit, with plenty still going on around the area.
In May, Binibeca edges nearer toward summer with temperatures shifting to 18 degrees and even breaking into the early 20s on particularly sunny days.
In June, Binibeca enjoys its share of gorgeous Mediterranean hot weather. Expect the temperature to flit between the early to mid 20s.
In July and August, Binibeca benefits from endless sunshine and hot weather. Menorca’s hottest months enjoy temperatures of 25 - 30. Stay hydrated and pack plenty of sunscreen to avoid sunburn.
Planning a visit to Binibeca in September? You’ll be pleased to hear there’s still plenty of sun to be enjoyed during this time. The temperature still stays around the early 20s, making it a prime location for late summer breaks.
The temperature only starts to cool down slightly in October. During this time, Binibeca experiences temperatures around 18 degrees.
November and December see the return of the ‘Balearic winter’, meaning more mild weather with temperatures of around 12 degrees.
There’s no doubting Binibeca’s reputation as one of Menorca’s best resorts. Binibeca holidays are well suited to couples. The town’s relaxed and tranquil atmosphere is extremely popular with holidaymakers who are looking to whisk a loved one off on a Menorca getaway.
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Binibeca holidays generally spent sitting back, relaxing and taking it easy, but that’s not to say you’re a million miles away from the action should you want to switch things up a little.
Binibeca main beach, Binibeca Nou, is ideal for sitting back and taking things easy. Kick back on your sunbed or head out for a swim in the warm sea, the choice is entirely yours. Thirsty? The area boasts a couple of bars where you can enjoy cocktails and light bites.
Water sports is just one of the many activities on offer in Menorca. If this sounds like your idea of fun, you’ll want to travel to nearby Binisafau, where you’ll find parasailing, windsurfing, water skiing, scuba diving and plenty of other activities.
There are plenty of things to do in Menorca and a trip to Mahon is one of our favourites. The Anglo-Spanish city is like nowhere else, with quaint boutiques and historic landmarks, like the area’s Gin distillery and Georgian architecture. The city is also the perfect place to pick up authentic souvenirs and local speciality gifts, like leather, pottery and jewellery.
There are numerous ways to explore Binibeca’s scenic surroundings. If you’re a keen walker, you may want to take in one of the region’s many beautiful coastal trails.
Alternatively, look out for the tourist train, which travels through many of Menorca’s popular coastal towns and resorts.
Horse riding is also on offer for those who want to try something completely new while on holiday.