Menorca, your questions answered

What is the most beautiful part of Menorca?

There are many beautiful parts of Menorca however, our favourite has to be the picturesque bay of Cala Galdana. The bay features a captivating horseshoe shape, which means it curves like a big, open arm reaching out to the sea. This unique shape creates a sheltered and calm environment, making the bay a perfect destination for both relaxation and water activities.
The star attraction of Cala Galdana Bay is its pristine sandy beach. The soft, golden sands stretch out like a cozy blanket, inviting visitors to bask in the sun, play beach games, or build sandcastles with friends and family. With its gradual slope into the crystal-clear turquoise waters, the bay offers safe and inviting swimming conditions for all ages.

 Villa Anni and Villa Isa are walking distance to the beach.

Which are the best child friendly beaches in Menorca?

Nestled amidst dramatic cliffs on the southeast coast of Menorca, Cala en Porter beach is a picture of Mediterranean paradise. Cala en Porter is no secret, but its size and the protection offered by the cliffs ensure it never feels overcrowded. Families frolic in the shallows, building sandcastles and splashing with glee.
Everyone can their hand at stand-up paddleboarding or diving into the refreshing depths. Volleyball nets invite friendly matches on the soft sand, while sun loungers and parasols offer a shady retreat from the midday sun. And when hunger strikes, charming beachside cafes tempt with delicious tapas, paella, and fresh seafood.

Villa Ines is positioned only 800 metres away. Villa Dulcesol is only 900 metres up the road from this bay.

Where is the quietest resort in Menorca?

San Tomeu is a countryside quiet, slightly inland area of Menorca on the South East coast. Local tavernas and cafes prioritise ambiance and authentic cuisine over rowdy bars and clubs. The nightlife is imited to a few relaxed terraces and quiet bars, perfect for unwinding after a day of exploration.
Sant Tomeu offers a genuine Menorcan experience, characterised by a slow pace of life, friendly locals, and a focus on nature and relaxation.

Villa Las Rocas is situated here.

Where is the nightlife of Menorca?

Mahon the capital city has a vibrant evening of events and cocktail bars.
Whether you’re a jazz aficionado, a cocktail connoisseur, or a dance floor devotee, Mahon has something for everyone. Cosy tavernas serving tapas and local “vermut” offer a taste of tradition, while sleek cocktail bars like Sa Falua tempt with their artistic concoctions. Live music venues thrum with the energy of local bands, and open-air terraces soak up the cool harbour breeze. And for the late-night owls, CIAO PORT DE MAO keeps the beat pumping with electronic tunes and energetic vibes.

Villa Las Rocas is only a 15 minute drive from here or Villa Ines is just an easy drive of 20 minutes to get to the Capital.

Where are the traditional markets in Menorca?

Menorca’s markets aren’t just shopping destinations; they’re vibrant snapshots of the island’s soul, bustling with local character and bursting with fresh flavours. While major towns like Ciutadella and Maó hold the crown jewels, smaller villages like Punta Prima, Mahon, and Cala en Porter offer unique market experiences with their own charm and local flair.

Punta Prima:

Day: Saturdays
Quaint and family-friendly, Punta Prima’s market offers a relaxed atmosphere perfect for a leisurely weekend browse.
Expect stalls brimming with locally grown fruits and vegetables, fresh bread and island cheeses, and handcrafted souvenirs like Menorcan jewelry and leather goods. The occasional stall offering homemade jams and honey adds a touch of sweetness.


Days: Tuesdays and Saturdays
Energetic and diverse, Mahon’s market caters to everyone, from seafood enthusiasts to craft connoisseurs.
Dazzling seafood displays entice with their glistening bounty, while farmers proudly showcase their sun-ripened produce. Artisans present a trove of treasures, from intricate ceramics and woven baskets to Menorcan gin and leather bags. Live music often adds to the festive atmosphere.

Cala en Porter:

Day: No regular market day. However, several pop-up craft markets and stalls offering local produce appear throughout the summer season, especially near the main square and beach.
Cala en Porter’s market scene is all about spontaneity and discovery. Keep an eye out for charming stalls adorned with colorful fabrics, showcasing handcrafted jewelry, souvenirs, and beach essentials. Local vendors might offer homemade jams, snacks, and refreshing drinks perfect for a post-beach stroll.

Is Menorca an easy island to drive around?

Yes, one main road through the centre of the island, with lots of little roads leading off from this to get down to the coastal resorts.  It is a flat island with good road signs and newly tarmacked road system.

Is there a good choice of restaurants in Menorca?

Yes, with a varied choice of culinary diversity on the island, traditional Spanish tapas, local cheeses, artisan breads in the the capital of Mahon and the inland villages of San Tomeu and Sant Lluis,  Villa Las Rocas is only 10-15 minutes drive from these areas.  You then have the international family cuisine, mainly based around Cala Galdana, Villa Anni is perfectly positioned to walk to the restaurants here.  Cala Den Porter has many choices too. You can take a wander from Villa Ines, Villa Daniel and Villa Sunset with no car required.

Where is Cala En Porter?

South East coast of Menorca, only a short 15 minute drive from the airport and the bustle of Mahon town.

Is Cala en Porter a pretty resort?

It is a traditional family resort with a safe sandy beach cove, mature gardens and predominantly self catering accommodation.  Picture golden sands hugging turquoise waters, sheltered by cliffs whispering ancient tales. Paddle in crystal clarity, build sandcastle kingdoms, snorkel vibrant reefs. Lively cafes tempt with tapas, while evening lights paint the bay with magic. Unwind at your pace, from beach bliss to coastal hikes, all wrapped in Menorcan warmth. It has  some well positioned villas  such as Villa Evelyn which is a bungalow style, private pool and no car required.  Also Villa Sunset, sleeping up to  7 people and again no car needed to get around Cala En Porter.

Are there sea view villas in Menorca?

Villa Isa in Cala Galdana has a panoramic view of the Bay of Cala Galdana with sea views from not only the terraced and pool area but bedrooms and the lounge too.  Villa Santo Tomas sits on the beach of Santo Tomas resort, with nothing but sea views from most of the windows of the villa.

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