Walking in Minorca
Uncover the secrets of Minorca, one step at a time, while walking stretches of the timeless Camí de Cavalls. This historic bridle path, winds its way through breathtaking landscapes, revealing hidden coves, pristine beaches, and rugged cliffs that overlook the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. Our guided walks will take us past some of the island's loveliest beaches, through marshes, farmland, dunes, and woodland, as well as some of the more interesting gorges. We’ll learn about the different vegetation that grows in these places, as well as spotting birds such as the osprey and the shag.
Five guided walks
- The Flatlands of the East
- Cala Tirant – Binimella
- Two Landscapes
- Minorca's Gorges
- National Park Route
If you’re looking for a peaceful location surrounded by lovely Menorcan scenery and superb walking trails, this hotel is for you. Many of our guests return year after year to enjoy its tucked away location and excellent facilities like tennis courts, bowling greens and two outdoor swimming pools. If you like to keep active you’ll enjoy the guided walks and fitness classes including yoga and pilates, or there’s always the temptation to relax on your terrace or balcony and enjoy an included cocktail or two.
Included with every Hosted Holiday
- Dedicated welcoming host
- Resort airport transfers
- Travel insurance and meals
Local expert guide
Welcome drink reception
Five guided walks
All inclusive: All meals
Free bar open 13 hours a day - Unlimited free bar of standard local alcoholic drinks, wines, spirits, beers and juices
International flights. Prices are based on return flights with easyJet from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports
Return transfers direct to your hotel
S'Algar, Minorca, Balearic Islands
From £1,025 per person
Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required
Food and drink
Discover authentic Mediterranean and international cuisine at the Terra Cafe Restaurant or enjoy a wide range of snacks at the Pool Snack Bar. Make sure to sample the local wine or enjoy a chat over a coffee at one of the three bars: the Aqua Lobby Bar, Fresco Pool Bar or Jumper Sports Bar.
During your stay, enjoy the following activities and entertainment. Some activities may have an extra cost and may change from time to time. Entertainment several times a week during the day and night (seasonal) including in-house entertainment shows, live music, mini-disco and professional shows Bowling green Yoga, pilates and stretching classes Located near Cami de Cavalls walking trail Guided walks Archery and rifle shooting Petanque and darts
All of the modern spacious 228 bedrooms have a balcony or terrace and are equipped with everything you expect from a 4-star hotel. Why not upgrade to a room with a sea view (subject to availability)?
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Sun terrace
- Bicycle hire
The resort of S’Algar stands on a rocky headland known for its coves, capes and islets. It’s a pretty, peaceful place with a scattering of bars and restaurants, all easily reached from the hotel along the long, level promenade. Walkers love heading off on the Cami de Cavalls walking trail - a famous bridlepath that encircles the whole island which is easily reached from the hotel.
We are delighted to welcome back the Hotel Alua Illa de Menorca, previously known as the Hotel San Luis. S'Algar has long been a favourite of Saga guests with its extensive leisure options including tennis courts, bowling greens and great walking on the nearby Cami de Cavalls, the bridle path that encircles the island. The new owners, AM Resorts, have refurbished and further improved the hotel interiors.
Richard Newsome, Head of Product
Optional excursions can only be booked in resort and are subject to minimum numbers
The Flatlands of the East
Distance: Four and a half miles Difficulty: Easy to moderate Walk a flat section of the coast from Punta Prima, past saltpans and the Alcafar Tower. Cut inland through gorges and gullys such as Rafalet, where evergreen holm oaks grow, and sheltered Cala de Sant Esteve and Binnissaida gorges, where trees grow tall away from the wind, to reach the islands most easterly point.