Holidays to Cala Santandria
Neighbouring Menorca’s former capital and fortress city, Ciutadella, Cala Santandria sits on the pretty inlet of Sa Caletta and is a favourite of Ciutadella locals heading to the beach. Aside from the main beach, this stretch of coastline is dotted with coves and unspoiled stretches of sand while its proximity to the city provide the chance to see medieval fortresses and enjoy fresh seafood and cocktails along the marina promenade.
Quieter, picturesque beaches
A natural inlet and fairly undeveloped beach with all the facilities you need – a beach bar and a handful of hotels.
Fishing on the rocks
Spend a lazy day on the rocks here with a fishing net – the rocks are smooth and the waters shallow, so it’s ideal.
Visit these pyramid-shaped stone Bronze Age monuments which are thought to have been used for defensive purposes.
A collection of megalithic stone monuments, their purpose is unknown, but they are the work of prehistoric humans.
San Juan Fiesta
The San Juan Festival takes place in the summer, and involves 100 Menorca-bred horses riding through the streets.
Shopping in Mahon
If you're in the mood to shop, head to Mahon, home to plenty of quaint shops that sell all manner of things.
Head to the top of the cliffs to try traditional Mallorcan dishes on a terrace overlooking the beach..
Cala Blanca has more restaurants just a short walk away – head to the beach promenade for a choice of tapas places.
The hotels here provide the main nightlife, all in keeping with the quiet, relaxed vibe of Cala Santandaria.
Head to Pla de Sant Joan in Ciutadella for the dance clubs – in summer, parties spill out onto terraces along the shore.
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