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In this article, we try to conceptualize the image of coastal destinations based on the analysis of a specific place, Menorca. Both the content of the images and their meaning are studied to unravel their function in the configuration of the tourist image, as well as the role they play in the appropriation of universal archetypes. Two types of images are confronted: posters and public leaflets, on the one hand, and tourist guides, on the other, with a diachronic approach. As a result, coastaldoi:10.25145/j.pasos.2020.18.054 fatcat:ohcyq6rmnfhwjdwq4s6jdrglmm