VILLAS AND APARTMENTS TO RENT IN BINIBECA, MENORCA, SPAIN.
Welcome to our selection of holiday homes to rent in Binibeca, Spain.
The relatively undiscovered area of Binibeca is located on the southern coast of the Mediterranean island of Menorca, on the stretch of coastline between Cala Torret in the east through Binibequer Nou and finally Binibequer Vell in the west. The Binibeca area is much more suited to families and couples looking to spend their days on the beach and their evenings relaxing than those looking for excitement and lively nightlife, though there is an excellent choice of restaurants on this stretch of coastline, mostly offering Spanish cuisine, seafood and local specialities, rather than British food and drink.
There are several different beaches in the Binibeca area, ranging from sandy to shingle, large to small, sheltered to wide open. Punta Prima is home to most of the tourist amenities, as well as the largest sandy beach, while the Binibeca beach is much smaller, though also offering services like beach bars, lifeguards and changing rooms. Both are ideal for safe swimming and offer some water sports activities in the summer season. You can only access the sandy beach at Bindiali by a steep path from the cliffs, though the locals often prefer to dive into the ocean from the rocks. Finally, the picturesque and unspoilt beach at Binisafua is ideal for those looking to escape the crowds, as there are no beach bars or other amenities here; just stunning scenery and beautiful sunbathing weather.
One of the most popular day trip destinations for holidaymakers in this part of Menorca is the controversial village of Poblat de Pescadors. Controversial with the locals, that is, as the village was built in recent years to look just like a historic Menorcan fishing village, complete with harbour, narrow streets and cobbled courtyards. Forts dominated this part of the island in the past, and some of these genuinely historic buildings are open to the public, including Fort Marlborough, which is also home to a military museum. More adventurous visitors should head to the Bronze Age caves at Cales Coves. The last part of the journey has to be completed on foot, but once there you can explore over 100 caves carved into the cliff face and decorated by ancient paintings – as well as some by more recent residents in the 1970s!
Looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Binibeca? Then below is a selection of holiday apartments in Binibeca and holiday villas in Binibeca that can be rented direct from their owners. You can either click on each listing for further details or you can use our search engine on the left if you are looking for something in particular.