Menorca in a campervan: best routes and places to spend the night

Touring Menorca in a campervan is a more economical option to visit the island. Discover how to do it in the best possible way!

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The feeling of freedom that comes with traveling in your own campervan is one of the reasons why this type of tourism is still booming. In addition, it is much more cost effective, as you do not have to pay for accommodation. However, it is important to plan in advance where you are allowed to park and spend the night with a campervan to avoid any fines. In this article, we tell you how to travel around Menorca in a campervan and which are the most recommended routes.

How to get around Menorca by campervan: essential routes

If you are thinking of traveling to Menorca by campervan, we show you the key points that you cannot miss in this magical island:

Ciutadella de Menorca

This city is one of the biggest on the island, and a central hub along the west coast. Some of the essential sites to see in this city are the Cathedral of Santa Maria de Ciudadela, dating back to the 14th century, the Plaza des Born, the Salort and Torre-Saura Palaces or the Mercat des Peix. Once you have toured the city center, you can stroll around and visit the port or the Castle of Sant Nicolau, among other places.


The capital of Menorca is one of the most visited destinations by tourists, and if you travel by campervan you cannot miss it. In fact, if you rent a campervan in Menorca, this will be your starting point.

Besides touring the port of Mahon, there are other interesting places to visit, such as the Mercat des Claustre, the church of Santa Maria or the Museum of Menorca. And, on the outskirts of the city, the Fortress of Isabel II offers priceless views.

Route through the coves

If Menorca is known for one thing it is for the beauty of its coves, and having the opportunity to visit them all in your own campervan is even better. Among the coves we recommend you visit are the following:

  • Cala Morell
  • Cala en Blanes
  • Cala Blanca
  • Cala Macarelleta
  • Cala en Turqueta
  • Cala Pregonda

S'Albufera d'Es Grau Natural Park

Visit the more than 5,000 hectares of this natural park, which is also a Biosphere Reserve, another recommended activity if you visit Menorca by campervan. In total there are 5 nature reserves that can be accessed via three different routes.

Route of the Lighthouses

Another outstanding activity if you are traveling by campervan is to visit the most important lighthouses surrounding the island of Menorca, known as the route of the 7 lighthouses:

  • Cavalleria Lighthouse
  • Favaritx Lighthouse
  • Illa de l’Aire Lighthouse
  • Punta Nati Lighthouse
  • Sa Farola Lighthouse
  • Cap d'Artrutx Lighthouse
  • Sant Carles Lighthouse


You may be familiar with the name Binibeca Vell, known as one of the most beautiful villages in Menorca. Not without good reason, since its white houses and narrow streets make it a purely seafaring village worth visiting. However, if you go, keep in mind that the town has imposed time restrictions for tourists, in order to avoid constant crowds. In fact, the municipality has even raised the possibility of closing the town to tourism, something that is yet to be decided.

Places to spend the night if you travel to Menorca in campervan

Spending the night in a campervan is an unforgettable experience, but it is important to make sure you park in a designated parking spot to avoid fines. There are several options for this. On the one hand, you can look for the nearest campsite and park there cheaply. The advantage of this option is that you can enjoy the services offered by the campsite.

Another option is to locate the public motorhome service areas, of which there are 4 in Menorca: Es Mercadal, Ciutadella, Ferreries and Punta Prima. Finally, you can also choose to park the campervan in the various parking lots around some of the coves. However, if you do this, keep in mind that you can park, but not camp, and as long as there is no restriction to the contrary.

Now that you know the places you can't miss if you travel to Menorca by campervan, it's time to plan your trip. For this, OK Mobility gives you all the possible facilities to rent a campervan in Menorca. All you have to worry about is deciding which places you want to visit and which beaches you want to stop at.

And, so that you can travel with complete peace of mind, you can manage your reservation in advance over the phone, you don't need anything else. Even so, if you have any doubts, we are at your disposal to resolve them.

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