Menorca Zoo (Centre Zoologic Lloc De Menorca)
The Menorca Zoo is the only zoological park on the island. See birds of prey in action at daily flight shows; escape the sun at the zoo’s museum; hang out at the kid-friendly play area, where you find ziplines, hanging bridges, and a climbing wall; and visit the Naveta Oriental de Biniac, an historic burial area dating to the Bronze Age.
Plan to make the most of your entry fee by spending a few hours exploring. To avoid the hassle of buying same-day tickets, you can pre-book entry online. You can also easily pair a visit to the zoo with a stop in Alaior or Mahón or with a coastal jaunt.
Things to Know Before You Go
The zoo is popular with families and with history buffs who want to see the naveta.
Children, seniors, and adults with disabilities receive discounted entry.
Travelers report that the zoo is wheelchair accessible and navigable with a stroller.
The zoo offers a snack bar, a picnic area, and a gift shop.
How to Get There
The most convenient way to reach Menorca Zoo is by car. Take the Me-1 roadway to the park, which is between the towns of Alaior and Mahón and marked with clear signage.The zoo isn't accessible via public transit.
When to Get There
The Menorca Zoo open daily from mid-April through October, and hours vary depending on the season. Summer (peak tourist season in Menorca) is the busiest time of year at the zoo.
Explore the Menorca Coastline
No trip to Menorca is complete without a cruise on the island's azure waters. Take a day to enjoy miles of picturesque coastline and visit some of the many secluded beaches that can’t be reached overland. There are several daily boat tours that depart for areas just a short drive from the Menorca Zoo. Choose to take a sightseeing boat tour or opt for a romantic catamaran sail.