Cala Blanca Holidays 2020/2021

Tucked away on Menorca's west coast is the little seaside town of Cala Blanca, famous for its incredible sunsets and abundance of places to enjoy them.

Cala Blanca Holiday Deals 2020/2021

Globales Cala Blanca

Cala Blanca, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain

(1361)

7 Nights

7th May 2021

All Inclusive

Birmingham - Direct

Based On Twin Room

Joan Villa

Cala Blanca, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain

No Ratings Available

7 Nights

9th Oct 2021

Self Catering

Birmingham - Direct

Based On 3 Bedroom Villa

Marta Villa

Cala Blanca, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain

No Ratings Available

7 Nights

9th Oct 2021

Self Catering

Birmingham - Direct

Based On 3 Bedroom Villa

A day in paradise

During the day, the town’s modest beach and collection of waterfront restaurants will keep you busy, with snorkelling excursions, pedalo rides and good old rest and relaxation. Once the sun goes down, dining spots with outdoor terraces have a front row view of the twilight show, as the sky is painted in stunning sherbet-coloured hues.

Not far off is the vibrant town of Ciutadella, where cheap holidays to Menorca give you your pick of prime beach spots and stay a while for shopping, swanky cocktail bars and jazz clubs. More low key activities await back in Cala Blanca, with weekly craft markets and coastal footpaths that’ll get you out and about, exploring the area’s beautiful landscape.


Currency: Euro

Language: Catalan

Time Difference: GMT + 1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Location

Map showing the location of Cala Blanca View Cala Blanca on the map

Square beach

The Cala Blanca beach is a small strip of sand that’s boxed in by low-lying cliffs. And where the beach is petite in size, it’s mighty in relaxation, with plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas to go around, plus a line of pine trees providing ample shade just offshore. There’s also a great selection of bars and restaurants overlooking the calm bay, so you won’t need to worry about bringing a picnic lunch.

The shore gently slopes into the water, making it a safe spot for children and waders. Because the rocks keep the waves mild, the Cala Blanca beach is also a great place for snorkelling and pedalos, which are available to rent nearby.

Killer sunset views

This stretch of Menorca is legendary for its incredible sunsets, which coat the skies in a watercolour of pinks and oranges above the sea. And with a host of restaurants and bars lining the coast, and no skyscrapers to block your view, you’ll be able to drink in the sunset every night along with a cocktail to match.

Cala Blanca has a bigger assortment of restaurants than most Menorca holiday resorts, with mainly Mediterranean fare, though you will find the odd British and Indian touch. The Blarney Stone brilliantly combines three holiday hits, with tapas, fish and chips and cool cocktails all to be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace facing the beach.

Wonderfully walkable

There’s a coastal footpath leading past Cala Blanca’s cliffs, whose seaside views make for a picturesque afternoon stroll. The Cami de Cavalls is also a popular waterfront walk, winding along Menorca’s coast and crossing through a number of towns along the island – you can see the local sights on two feet or rent a bike and cycle all the way out into the countryside.

Many markets

Within the town, you’ll find a small shopping centre that’s home to souvenir shops as well as beach gear and clothing. There are also a number of supermarkets where you can pick up supplies if you’ve opted for Self Catering rather than package holidays to Menorca.

Every Friday and Saturday morning see’s a craft market in the centre of town, where you can browse through handmade wares. During the summer months, there’s also a nightly market along the harbour, and for an even wider range of shops and stalls, Ciutadella awaits.

Ciutadella

Once the capital city of Menorca, Ciutadella is a bustling town whose avenues are still laced with traces of its historic past. Cobbled streets wind past Italian-style architecture, as cathedrals dating back nearly 700 years tower on the horizon. While Cala Blanca is a hotspot for relaxation seekers, Ciutadella is a history buff’s best friend.

Located just a 15-minute drive from Cala Blanca, Ciutadella is easily accessible by bus and taxi, or your hire car. It makes for an incredible day trip, with a wide selection of private and more bustling beaches, plus the prehistoric ruins of Naveta d’Es Tudons, just outside.

But Ciutadella’s gorgeous buildings and unique past aren’t its only draws – the town is also home to a vast array of Mediterranean restaurants and lively bars whose vibes range from cool jazz spots to all-night dancing. And with beach-facing cocktail bars and outdoor terraces staring out toward the shore, you won’t want to leave the waterfront.