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Come to the hotel Ca s'Arader, where the magic of Menorca meets history and tradition.

Menorca is an enchanting island in the Mediterranean Sea, known for its unique combination of natural beauty, history and tradition. Here is a glimpse of some of the highlights that sum up its magic:

  • Its Historical and Archaeological Heritage:

Talayots and Navetas: Menorca is home to numerous archaeological sites, including talayots (stone towers) and navetas (boat-shaped funerary buildings) dating back to the Bronze Age.

Its fortresses from different periods, such as the walled enclosure of Son Catlar, Santa Águeda Castle, San Felipe Castle, Malborough Fort, La Mola Fortress, the Isla del Rey (King's Island)...

Ciutadella and Mahón: The island's two main towns, they boast an impressive historic centre, charming squares and cobbled streets that immerse you in the island's rich history.

  • Its Nature Reserves:

S'Albufera des Grau Natural Park: a protected area offering a mix of landscapes ranging from wetlands to forests and beautiful beaches, providing a diverse habitat for local flora and fauna.

Cami de Cavalls: An ancient footpath that circles the entire island, offering opportunities to explore the coast and inland. Along this trail you can reach all the spectacular beaches and coves of the island.

  • Its Stunning Beaches and Coves:

Menorca is famous for its beaches and coves with crystal clear waters. Some of the best known include Cala Macarella, Cala en Turqueta and Cala Mitjana. There are many others, just as beautiful if not more, which we at Ca s'Arader would like to recommend.

  • Festivals and Traditions:

The popular fiestas, such as the fiestas of Sant Joan in Ciutadella, offer a unique experience that you will never forget. From Ca s'Arader, you will be able to enjoy them in the front line. These fiestas represent more than 700 years of Menorca's history.

  • Local Gastronomy:

Menorcan cuisine reflects the mix of Mediterranean influences. Dishes such as caldereta de langosta, sobrasada and ensaimada are flavours you must try. And much more...

  • Local hospitality:

Menorca is known for the friendliness of its inhabitants, and many visitors highlight the hospitality of the local people as an integral part of the experience. If you come to Ca s'Arader, you will discover this hospitality first hand and we will help you get to know the whole of Menorca.

To explore Menorca is to immerse yourself in a balance of natural beauty, rich history and deep-rooted island traditions.

Come to Ca s'Arader and enjoy this paradise on earth!


Ca s’Arader is named after Menorca’s artisan carpenters that used the wood from the indigenous wild olive tree to make all kinds of farming tools. In the olden days it was an essential role for the islands economy that was passed on from fathers to sons. Today, the few artisan carpenters or araders that are left, mostly make gates, tables, benches or stalls amongst other items.