Globales Mediterrani

Chic, contemporary and right on the beach, Globales Mediterrani is a gorgeous little spot to enjoy some peace and tranquillity. The big lagoon pool is particularly inviting, and the palm tree-lined gardens and cosy loungers make for a super blissed-out vibe. There’s a kids pool, too, and a poolside bar for the whole family to enjoy. The buffet restaurant has everything you need, and if you like a bit of tennis, the court is right there when you need it. There’s live evening entertainment if you fancy it, and the local resort is a gentle stroll away.

Overview of Cala Blanca

Holidays to Menorca can pretty much be whatever you want them to be, but Cala Blanca is ideal when you’re looking to get away from the world, take in a majestic sunset and just live in the moment. There are some lovely bars, eateries and shops to explore. And throughout Cala Blanca and neighbouring Cala Santandria, there are interesting coves and laid back beaches just waiting to be discovered. The vibe is chilled, the sun is ever-present and if you’re staying somewhere as cool as the Globales Mediterrani, you’re in the ideal spot to experience the best of this beautiful spot.

Things to do in Cala Blanca

If you fancy a wander, the sunsets over at The Blarney Stone are epic. You can grab a cocktail or a cheeky Guinness there, too. If you want to pick up some local wares, check out Ciutadella Market, and the Bronze Age Naveta d’Es Tudons is one of the island’s most popular cultural sites. The seafood is special here, and there is a number of top waterfront eateries. At the annual Festival of Sant Joan, Menorcan horses and riders do their thing in front of big crowds. Definitely worth a look. All within easy reach of the Globales Mediterrani. If you’re in the market for a chilled-out trip, taking in stunning scenery and top-notch cuisine, this is the place for you.


Resort Summary

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.