Los servicios y experiencias reconocidos con el sello Menorca Reserva de Biosfera se adhieren a criterios específicos de sostenibilidad medioambiental, social y cultural. Estos criterios son recogidos en un reglamento redactado por la Agencia Menorca Reserva de Biosfera y verificados mediante auditorías personalizadas.
In our tours we like to transmit the passion and the values that have made Menorca proud of its conservation status. Moreover, those who paddle with us can also contribute to its conservation: we do not use plastic products, and we collect any plastics we find during our outings.
Binibeca Diving is a diving centre dedicated to the Illa de l’Aire Marine Reserve and the caves of Cap d’en Font. It practices sustainable diving responsible with the environment, based on a good training of the divers.
Flights in tandem paraglide without motor, completely silent and respectful with the environment, enjoying the experience of being in the air taking advantage of its ascending currents.
Equestrian routes with the Menorcan horse. They work methodology, based on the natural learning of the horse within the group, is one of the reasons why the project receives the certification of the brand. They has 45 horses in a farm, forest and coast of 300 ha.
The staff of the Ses Bruixes Hotel wants to take care of every detail to ensure that their footprint is as small as possible. They are always improving themselves and consider that comfort is not at odds with sustainability.
Ses Sucreres retains the charm of a stately home from 1844. It was renovated with ecological materials and products and follows a sustainable energy model, while maintaining the old floors, traditional beams, and even the old name given to the building in Ferreries “Ses Sucreres”.
A cosmopolitan and urban space, spontaneous and unique, that pursues the aim of becoming the neuralgic centre of information and recommendations in an alternative and different Menorca.
Morvedra Nou is a rural hotel located on the municipality of Ciutadella that stands out for its traditional Menorcan house, a recovered building from the 16th century. A family estate with a 5-generation history, and lands that maintain to this day its agricultural and livestock use.
Fresh fish, sea food and seasonal organic vegetables are the essence of the gastronomic proposal of El Romero, which unites Menorcan tradition and avant-garde in a menu paired with local and international wines, organic or biodynamic.