Camping Binibeca

Discover Binibeca, one of the most beautiful villages on the island of Minorca in the Balearic Islands! The beautiful coves and maze of white buildings will dazzle you during your campsite holiday.

Do you know Binibeca?


Binibecca, a small fishing town, is considered to be the most beautiful and one of the most visited towns in Minorca, in the Balearic Islands. It is located about 12 km south of Mahon. The houses all in white form a maze that you will delight in exploring. Rest, culture and sea air will be the watchwords for your holiday. Close your eyes, breathe deeply and savour the present moment in this beautiful village vaguely reminiscent of Greece.


Head to Binibeca beach, a magnificent cove with warm, shallow water where it is safe for your children to swim. Rent parasols and sun loungers and just relax. To access the beach, ramps are available for people with reduced mobility as well as amphibious floating chairs. Lifeguards are also present to ensure your safety.


If you are looking for a little more peace and quiet and want to avoid the summer crowds at this beautiful beach, consider visiting one of the nearby coves: Binisafuller, Biniancolla, Binidalí... And if you want to do some diving, Cala Sa Olla is the perfect spot. This superb site filled with rocks and fish is yours to enjoy!

Explore the area around Binibeca thanks to a kayak or electric boat rental service.After your outing, you can visit a beach bar and savour great cocktails and hot or cold drinks.


Wine lovers will be able to visit Binifadet, a vineyard where it is possible to taste the wines along with the local dishes served at the restaurant.


Did you know?


Binibeca, or Binibequer, was built in 1972. It was originally a fishing village. However, its residents changed how it looked when the island of Minorca became a tourist destination to give it its pristine appearance. The houses in Binibeca have all been whitewashed. The town is divided into two areas: Binibequer Vell, the charming and touristy fishing village (white village), and the more residential and quiet Binibequer Nou.


What's on the programme?


Walks with family or friends, swimming and water sports will form the main part of your stay. Be sure to visit the prehistoric monuments, such as in the talaiotic village of Trepucó, one of the most beautiful archaeological sites in Minorca. Remains of ancient cultures, such as the talayots and taulas, have been found there.


Slightly further away, in the centre of the island, there is Monte Toro, the island's mountain and a great hiking spot, that offers a stunning 360° view. To the north, we also recommend a detour to the charming fishing village of Fornells and its port which is well worth a visit.