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"Sun, sea and sand....spend lazy days on the beach or rocky inlet followed by laid-back dinners by the twinkling waterfront, Menorca puts the spotlight on relaxation"
Drive time from airport: 1 hour - 1 hour 30 minutes
If you like the idea of chilling on the beach whilst also being close to Cuidadella, Cala Blanca is right up your street. Just south of Menorca's one-time capital, this picturesque area cups itself round a narrow cove of soft white sands and clear waters. Nestled on a rugged stretch of pine-topped coastline, the sands are framed by low sea cliffs that gently shelve into calm waters making it a safe spot for swimming. Gentle breezes also make it excellent for watersports.
For a taste of harbourlife, Cala'n Bosch with it's chic marina and pretty waterside is the perfect place for days in the sun. Grab a seat at a pavement café, order a drink and you're in for some blissful days people-watching! Whether you're shopping for souvenirs, checking out the nightlife, or heading to the beach, there are many ways to spend your days including at a waterpark, or enjoying a glass-bottomed boat to view life beneath the sea!
Drive time from airport: 40 minutes
This quaint fishing village has clusters of whitewashed houses and twisting flights of steps leading from cobbled streets. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, and there are shops, bars and cheerful restaurants to tempt you into spending time lingering over a meal and plates of tasty tapas dishes all washed down with a glass of wine.
Drive time from airport: 1 hour – 1 hour 30 minutes
Leisurely dinners by the waterfront and lazy days on the beach, that's the order of the day on the west coast of Menorca. A popular spot for families and couples, this side of the island gives way to idyllic coves and calm waters. When it comes to sun, sea, sand and simple holiday pleasures you've picked the right choice. Highlights here are the beach. Pick a spot on the sandy cove and let your cares slip away. Alternatively head to a beach café or splash across the waves on a jet-ski. Away from the beach, you'll find souvenir shops, plus a waterpark.
If you're looking for a classic beach holiday, head to Cala'n Forcat. The rocky coastline here harbours three small sandy inlets as well as other enticing coves where you can sunbathe and snorkel. When you're not on the sands, there's a selection of beach cafés to refresh your energies. Or why not leave the sands behind and head to the aqua park? The centre offers shops and restaurants serving everything from authentic Menorcan to Chinese and British cuisine. By night, the mood is lively. So head to one of the local bars for a glass of the island's famous Xoriguer gin.
Drive time from airport: 45 minutes
If you are seeking some serious tranquillity, then the serene shores of Cala Galdana on the south are ideal. Here a bounty of beaches reside, and peace and quiet go hand-in-hand. Protected by cliffs, the beach is an amazing sweep of fine sand, just right for a relaxing sunbathe, whilst the gently shelving waters make it a terrific haven for families and young children.
Drive time from airport: 35 minutes
Laid-back holidays are what Son Parc is all about. Friendly and unhurried, this attractive resort lies between lush pine-covered hills and one of Menorca's finest beaches - a large arc of soft golden sand between Fornells and Arenal D'en Castell on the rugged north coast. Here, you'll find lots of watersports like jet-skis and pedalos, together with a friendly beach bar and warm, radiant waters perfect for kids.
PLAYA DE FORNELLS
This fishing village has a harbour, along with its own bay of white sand, as well as a stretch of beach not far from the beautiful unspoilt beach of Cala Tirant. Amazing views over the Mediterranean can be had from all over the resort, but another good way to see them is to take a walk along the headland to a neighbouring cove. The main town has plenty of shops, whilst entertainment is mainly around the small harbour where you can sit back and relax.
Nestling around a broad beach leading to a cove lies Cala’n Porter. Set high up on a cliff, it’s a fairly small resort – you can walk from one end to the other in just just a short amount of time, and most of the shops and restaurants sit in the centre. The sheltering cliffs are a real suntrap, and the sands gently slope into the sea making it safe haven for children and swimmers. It’s also a terrific spot for snorkelling and sunbathing.