Marina Parc Hotel

Discover real Menorcan comfort in the peaceful Marina Parc Hotel. This huge family-friendly complex boasts large sun terraces surrounding three pools, set in spacious palm-tree gardens. It even has its own waterpark with ring rides and slides. And if that’s not enough to get you off your sunbed, try a spot of tennis, a session in the gym or just completely switch off with an indulgent spa treatment. Its packed programme throughout the day and into the evening will keep you entertained. For meals and refreshments, enjoy the buffet restaurant and poolside bar.

Overview of Arenal d’en Castell

On the north coast of Menorca, you’ll find a beautiful wide lagoon framed by two headlands, before opening up to the Mediterranean Sea. This is Arenal d’en Castell. Its calm bay feels like a lake, making its shallow waters perfect for paddling, and it’s one of the best beaches for your holidays to Menorca. Mix this with its water sports, shops and souvenirs, cafes and bars, and you’ve everything for a relaxing break. Not only that, it’s a great base for exploring further.

Things to do in Arenal d’en Castell

Step outside Marina Parc Hotel and the beach is just ahead of you, with watersports, shops and bars close by. Check out neighbouring resort, Son Parc, home to the island’s golf course and some great nightclubs. Or head to Coves Noves, a 10-minute saunter from the beach, for more shops. There’s also a picturesque natural harbour to see in Addaia. Of course, Menorca’s rich culture really comes to life in Mahón, the island’s capital and just 20 minutes away from Marina Parc Hotel. Along with some great shopping, wander past colourful houses, old churches and Renaissance buildings and visit its clock donated by the island’s first British governor. With its spacious well-equipped accommodation, Marina Parc Hotel is an ideal choice for a fun-filled break in the sun.

Resort Summary

The town doesn’t suit just one type of holiday-goer – waterfront cafes with stunning bay views make for an especially romantic escape, while waterparks and go-kart tracks keep the little ones up and running. There’s even a modest nightlife scene for some after-hours fun.

But most of all, it’s all about beach-side sunloungers ideal for getting your relaxation on, with the soundtrack of waves crashing nearby.