Sa Mirada Apartments

The Sa Mirada Apartments are located in the quiet area of Arenal D’en Castell, making them ideal for families. The reception and dining area are tastefully decorated and rooms are clean and comfortable. All rooms have air conditioning and a TV, as well as wifi which can be purchased at a small additional cost. Guests have access to an outdoor swimming pool, sun terrace and facilities of sister hotel, Isla Paraiso, 300m away.

Overview of Menorca

Menorca is the quieter, chilled-out alternative to it’s rival island, Mallorca. That said, this island still knows how to party with plenty of chiringuitos (beach bars serving drinks and food) dotted along its coastline and harbour ports. Menorca’s blue skies, turquoise waters and wild terrain draw in droves of visitors every summer. In 1993, UNESCO declared Menorca a Biosphere Reserve in order to protect its environmental areas and ancient sites, such as the Naveta d’Es Tudons and Torre d’en Galmés, both roughly a half an hour drive from Sa Mirada Apartments.

Things to do in Menorca

Explore the island’s fascinating medieval monuments and bronze-age sites, mostly accessible from walking routes that also offer scenic views (and a good workout). Hire bikes and take a tour of the island, zigzagging beneath the rocky hills and houses. For a memorable day trip, head to Menorca’s protected nature reserve, Parc Natural S’Albufera des Grau in the north east of the Island. The reserve is home to all kinds of wetland wildlife and is popular as a hiking destination – so don’t forget to pack your comfortable walking shoes! Embrace the laid-back atmosphere of Menorca, hopping from beach to bar or exploring the great outdoors. You can take it easy or put your fitness to the test. Whatever it is you want from your holiday to Menorca, you’ll leave the island feeling revitalised and full of calm.


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.