Traveling to Menorca: requirements to go to the island
- August 14, 2022
The requirements to travel to Minorca are not many and it is worth having everything in order to spend a few days…Read More
The festival calendar in Menorca is very extensive, so it is worth visiting this place during different times of the year. Take note of its most popular celebrations and start organizing your visit to the island on any of the dates that we mention.
The festivals in the Menorca calendar are related to horses, heritage from the past and its beautiful coves. So getting to know each one of them is the same as discovering the cities and towns that are part of this island and that, moreover, are full of tradition.
You can go to Menorca throughout the year and be surprised by the way in which its citizens carry out their traditions. The best? You will not have to stay in one place, since each of its towns and municipalities will offer you a unique experience in its style
. You only have to plan your trip, knowing each of the dates that we will give you below. This way you will know where to get to and everything you are going to see during the days you spend on the island.
This is the most popular and traditional festival in Menorca, in which the best horses on the island are exhibited and paraded.
It is celebrated during the third Sunday of July, in honor of San Martín, making that day considered the most important for its citizens. It is a festival that takes place in the town of Mercadal and that remains faithful to different traditions, including the display of horses and their riders.
This is a festival that dates back many centuries and is celebrated on June 23 and 24 each year. It brings together many people who travel from abroad to enjoy an event that is quite a show.
On the 24th and 25th you can also celebrate in Castell, in honor of San Jaime. This is considered the biggest week in that municipality.
In Fornel the festival of San Antonio is celebrated on July 23 and 24, as a continuation of the celebration in honor of San Martín.
From July 30 to August 1 you can find a festival that is smaller than the previous ones. In this case there are not as many people, as in the larger municipalities, so it is ideal if you want to find a more relaxed and cultural atmosphere.
This is also a festival that revolves around the world of horses and caixers. It is much smaller and is celebrated on August 6 and 7.
From the 24th to the 25th of August you can discover the essence of the island’s popular celebrations, in a smaller way. During this date, the traditional protocols are reproduced, ranging from the horse’s racket to the humorous interpretation of the festivities.
August 27, 28 and 29 is traditionally the biggest week of fiestas in Menorca during August to see the traditional parade of floats in San Luis, among other traditions.
September 8 is the day of Santa María in Mahón, another of the most popular Menorcan festivities. It is where the Plaque Constitución is held, one of the most spectacular jaleos of the summer.
Remember that at 3 Villas we have different places to stay during each of the celebrations that are marked on the festival calendar in Menorca. You just have to book with us on the date that you like the most and discover everything that this island has for you. Enter now!