Located towards the south east of the island. Locally called Binibequer. ‘Bini’ is often used around the island to name places and towns, this reflects the Moorish occupations – Bini means belonging to the son of. Binibeca is great for families due to the shallow waters of the beach, the lack of large hotels means it’s nice and quiet and there’s plenty of places to walk in the area. Alternatively, for couples there are a good amount of bars and restaurants, you’re also not too far from the capital Mahon and also Es Castell which is slightly livelier. For those more active, you’re not far from great snorkeling areas as well as the dive centre in S’Algar.
Binibeca Menorca Overview
The quiet, tranquil and whitewashed
resort of Binibeca is a popular resort on the south coast of Menorca. Perfect for those looking to escape the larger crowds and wanting to escape the developed areas of the island.
At one end of the coast at Binibeca, you can find a small apartment resort resembling an old fishing village. Around here you can find a range of nice bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. At the opposite end of the coast, where the beach is located lies Binibequer Nou and Cala Torret, be sure to stop in at Los Bucaneros bar here too. The calming beach protected by Punta des pont is a great place for children to play and for you to soak up the sun.
The Binibeca tourist train is a great way to get around. Travelling to and from Punta Prima. Typically running every hour at 15 minutes past the hour (double check when in resort as times can change) and costing roughly €4 one way and €8 return.
Binibeca tourist train route: Stops at; Binibequer vell, Binibeca Beach, Cala Torret , Waterpark (Punta Prima) and Punta Prima beach.
Further information here for the weather in Binibeca.
Evening entertainment in Binibeca, as with most resorts in Menorca can be found in the locals bars. But nothing compared to Mahon and Ciutadella. So if you want something livelier, we recommend heading here. There are two areas where bars are most prominent in Binibeca. Firstly, Binibeca Vell / Binibequer Vell, set inland slightly and near the mock fishing village. Secondly, towards the beach of Cala Torret, overlooking the sea. Head to Paupa Bar Restaurant for some live music and a late drink.
The next resort along, Punta Prima there are larger hotels here that offer more extensive evening entertainment.
Airport Transfers to Binibeca
For discounted Binibeca airport transfers head to Shuttle Menorca with this link here and you receive 10% off compared to booking directly.
Binibeca Menorca Hotels & Apartments
Within Binibeca, thankfully you won’t find many large hotels or complexes here. Most accommodation here is private. So we would suggest looking on Homeaway and Airbnb. But there are one or two low rise apartment blocks which you can take a look at On The Beach. Or feel free to search below: