Menorca is a migratory route for various species of birds travelling backwards and forwards between Europe and North Africa, depending on the season, and offers birdwatchers a privileged observation point. Most of these birds are found in the wetlands, where they stop to rest and build up their strength before continuing their long journey.

Another good viewpoint is in the island’s ravines, particularly if you are interested in birds of prey. That’s why we thoroughly recommend you taking a guided birdwatching tour. There are several specialist companies who arrange these tours, such as the non-profit organisation GOB.