Menorca is, owing to its geographical and environmental characteristics, an ideal place for outdoor sports. Declared a “Biosphere Reserve” in 1993, the Balearic island can boast that it is one of the best preserved of the Mediterranean islands, and also one of the most beautiful. Coves, ravines and cliffs offer a visual spectacle of the first degree for anyone who decides to go its coast; especially sailors.
But the quality of Menorca as a tourist and sports destination is not solely based on its excellent natural conditions. The facilities and services also play an important role, and Menorca has a full and established position in this field.
The port of Mahón is a clear example of this: with stunning views for five kilometres. Its length makes it the world’s second largest natural harbour, and its appeal is growing thanks to the high level of port equipment and complementary services available.
The Club Maritime Mahón has been instrumental in the economic and social development of the port. The club is a non-profit organisation with more than half a century of history and dozens of sports competitions to its credit.
Club Maritimo Mahón
Carrer Moll de Llevant 287