Minorca

Minorca, declared as a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO is a true delight for your senses, subtly inviting you to discover new ways to let time go by and new ways to listen to its silence.

If the contemplation of the island's landscapes and its light are not enough to satisfy you, the stay is also an opportunity to participate in different open air activities, such as hiking, trekking, horse riding and cycling in the seaside, beaches (cales) and on the Camí de Cavalls (public perimeter track encircling the island with more than 180km of diverse and singular landscapes), kayak, sailing and boat trips tours, scuba diving, bird watching,... We can inform and guide you.

With your children, your friends, your couple or on your own, your experience in this island will probably remain amongst the best souvenirs in your memory...

Minorca cannot be explained, you need to live it and you need to feel it. It is a wholesome experience.

Where are we?

Ses Sucreres is situated in the old neighbourhood of Ferreries nearby the square of the Sant Bartomeu's Church, in the centre of the island between the capital Maó in the East end (airport, dock and harbour, bus station) and Ciutadella (dock and harbour, bus station) in the opposite.

In Ferreries you are located between the Northern rocky coastline with several lighthouses and the Southern one with pine forests, fine white sand beaches and Turkish blue water.

From Ferreries, several footpaths and tracks shine and allow you in countless opportunities to discover the island and its history.

How to arrive?

If you arrive by bus. Take the Verge del Toro avenue until the Espanya square. Cross the square and then turn to the left on Fred Street. Go up the street and you will quickly find some stairs to the right. Take them and then turn left, you will find Ses Sucreres to the right of Sant Joan street.

If you arrive from Maó by car, motorbike or bike. Continue on the road to Ciutadella once arrived to Ferreries. After the second turn-about, you will go up and find on your left a traffic-sign indicating Ses Sucreres. Turn left and go up until the end of the La Pau street and then, turn left again and quickly to the right where you will find us in Ses Sucreres.

If you arrive from Ciutadella by car, motorbike or bike. Go down on the Trotxa street, still today the national road and you will find on your right a traffic-sign indicating Ses Sucreres. Turn right and go up until the end of the La Pau street and then, turn left and quickly again to the right where you will find us in Ses Sucreres.

Public, free and close parking:

Other than the free public parkings within Ferreries (white line with no time limit or blue lines with so), we will below indicate you another optimal option to quickly find a place where to freely park your vehicle:

Once left the bags at Ses Sucreres, you shoud quit Ferreries towards Ciutadella. Right before the turn-about (to Cala Galdana, Maó, Ciutadella), you will find on the right the little cimetery parking.

You can park your vehicle and walk back to Ses Sucreres. To do so, turn back and go downstairs the c/Costa de Ses Barreres which leads you to our street. We are on the left, c/Sant Joan 13-15. Five minutes. Sharp.