This small bay with turquoise waters is just 10 minutes’ drive from Ciutadella, and has some treats in store for you to make your holiday unforgettable. Do you want to discover the secrets of Cala Blanca? We’re going to tell you about some plans that are favourites for both us and our guests – the kind of thing you won’t find in your guidebook.
In Cala Blanca, you’ll be able to admire the sunset from different spots on the beach or even from the rocks. We encourage you to find your favourite viewpoint, but we’d like to recommend one that we love. Order a refreshing mojito at the Hola Ola Mediterranean Beach Bar by the bay and enjoy your evening in Menorca.
¿How about taking a boat trip in a traditional Menorcan llaut around Cala Blanca, to explore Menorca by sea? Isn't that a great idea? Ask about llaut excursions at reception and we’ll tell you about availability and prices. We remind you that the reception for all apartments is located at Casas Menorquinas.
One of the pleasures of swimming in the Mediterranean is putting on your diving goggles and discovering what’s below: the posidonia, all the sea life, white sand... If you’re already an advanced diver or you simply want to learn more, in Cala Blanca there is a diving club that you’ll love: Dive Centre Cala Blanca.
One of the terraces with the best views, where the sunsets are incredible and where you can enjoy delicious food is the Blarney Stone, Cala Blanca’s Irish bar. Our ideal evening at the Blarney involves a cold beer and a delicious hamburger, while the sun sets and we enjoy some music.
Menorca is the ideal place for disconnecting and relaxing, and at our apartments we know it. That’s why we want to make everything easy for you. But how?.
Menorca is full of cultural attractions, and you’re sure to be surprised by what’s on offer, and fall in love with the island. We recommend some of our favourites:
A historic 185km path that runs along the whole coastline of Menorca, crossing valleys, bays, beaches, cliffs, fields... It’s without doubt one of the best ways to discover the island’s rich natural landscapes.
There are more than 2000 prehistoric sites are all around the island. We invite you to discover one of these sites, which is sure to surprise you. One of the most popular, Naveta des Tudons, is just a 15-minute drive away.
Although the Sant Joan festival in Ciutadella is the most frequently visited, don't miss some of the traditional summer festivals that take over every town and village on the island. Experiencing them, with horses and the refreshing drink pomada, is always a good option.
If you have any questions, just contact us. We’d be delighted to help.