All Inclusive holidays in Menorca will leave you wanting for nothing
Menorca is one of those holiday destinations that is fundamentally All Inclusive – from the serene beaches, ancient walls and a long, coastal footpath, everything Menorca has to offer is on display and ready to be enjoyed.
And with the island’s beautiful summer sunshine, you’ve even got great weather packed into your All Inclusive holiday. Not to mention, flight times of only two and a half hours from UK airports mean that the Spanish sun is just over the horizon.
Cala’n Bosch is your classic waterfront resort, with activities that provide a fuss-free complement to any All Inclusive holiday. Aside from a shallow bay and picturesque marina lined with yachts, at your hotel you’ll have access to sporting equipment and evening entertainment. The same goes for Cala Blanca over on the west coast, with the added bonus of the resort’s sunsets and square beach boasting excellent snorkelling potential. Rocky coves and Brit pubs await in Cala’n Forcat, not that you’d need to leave your hotel – here, you’ve got the option of All Inclusive packages that cover food and a range of alcoholic drinks.
Coastal resorts in Menorca benefit from one seriously great amenity – the Cami de Cavalls footpath. This is an ancient route that completely encircles the island. It’s believed the Cami de Cavalls was paved as a means of connecting coastal fortresses and watchtowers, but now can be accessed via horseback ride, bicycle or just on foot – helping you get from A to B while enjoying some pretty gorgeous views. It also means that if one beach isn’t to your liking, there’s always another just down the road.
One such resort along the coastal route is Cala Blanca, whose rocky beach is protected by cliffs that help keep the waves tempered and provide safe spots to wade and snorkel in. Cala’n Bosch offers two beaches, including a family-friendly main beach and the horseshoe bay known as Son Xoriguer. The beach at Cala’n Forcat is pint-sized and accessible only by steps, while a nearby dive centre will take you below the surface into underwater caves.
What's included in your holiday
All Inclusive holidays mean that, for the most part, you’re completely taken care of when it comes to amenities. Your package will usually include main meals, snacks, drinks and sometimes spirits and cocktails, though you’ll find premium brands are typically at a separate charge. All Inclusive package holidays will also give you access to kids’ clubs, most activities at the hotel, airport transfers and evening entertainment, but you should always check the hotel information before booking to make sure you’re clued up on what’s included and what isn’t.
Other popular holidays in the Balearic Islands
You won’t just find incredible All Inclusive holidays in Menorca – they’re all over the Balearics. To see what else this patch of the Mediterranean has to offer, check out Menorca’s sister-islands Ibiza and Majorca. If your heart is set on Menorca however, take a look at our travel guide for more information on how to make the most of a holiday here. In the meantime, here are our top three choices for All Inclusive hotels in Menorca.
Lush gardens and a big time pool combine to make one seriously tranquil atmosphere at this waterfront hotel. With 4* to its name, the Mediterrani is a Premium property, offering a tennis court, archery and water polo, along with evening entertainment. On top of this, the centre of Cala Blanca is less than a five-minute walk away.
The Son Falco Hotel boasts clean cut interiors and a smooth exterior, not to mention a massive pool scene. Areas of the hotel are Kathmandu-themed, and the accommodation itself is set in 10 acres of gardens. Go All Inclusive here and you'll be treated to seven pools and a buffet restaurant, activities like beach volleyball, basketball and football, a Kathmandu Adventures kids' club and live evening entertainment.