TUI BLUE Mar De Menorca
Part of the Grupotel Hotels and Resorts group, the All Inclusive TUI BLUE Mar De Menorca is a bright, modern hotel in the village of Cala Canutells, 15 minutes from the island’s capital, Mahon. This family-friendly complex boasts an extra-large pool surrounded by palm trees, and a sun terrace packed with loungers. There’s a dedicated kids’ pool too, and the hotel is a short walk to a cosy cove if you fancy the feel of sand between your toes. There’s a daytime activities programme to keep everyone occupied, or you can hire a bike and do some two-wheeled sightseeing around nearby Cala Canutells. Grab a bite in the buffet restaurant or taverna, then head for the Lounge bar for nightly entertainment, including live singers and discos for the kids.
Overview of Cala Canutells, Menorca
Holidays to Menorca offer a taste of Spanish culture, striking natural beauty and miles of scenic coastline tip-toeing down to refreshing blue seas. Families will love the fantastic beaches, adventurers will want to hike the Cami de Cavalls, an ancient coastal path, and historians can hunt for the ancient stone monuments scattered across the island. Lay down your suitcase in Cala Canutells, on the southern tip of the island. This tiny village offers a peaceful holiday hideaway 15 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Mahon, the island’s capital. Relax on golden sands during the day, and head for the quayside of Mahon for some evening entertainment.
Things to do in Cala Canutells, Menorca
A visit to the beach should be number one on your holiday to-do list. The surrounding cliffs keep the water calm. creating ideal conditions for donning your mask and snorkel, and exploring underwater. Make sure you also have a family outing to Menorca’s largest water park, Aquarock, about an hour away. There, you can speed down slides, conquer the wave pool or relax in a hot tub before challenging the family to a go-kart race. And don’t miss out on a day trip to Mahon, where you can see the massive 19th-century fort from the comfort of a golf buggy. Then stroll through cobbled streets, past designer boutiques and shops selling local wares, on your way to the waterfront. Grab a pew in a Tasca and sample some tapas before heading to Moll de Llevant for a cocktail or two. It’s easy to see why Menorca is stealing the limelight from its big brother Majorca. With its Mediterranean climate and cuisine, friendly locals and heavenly beaches, it’s a unique island you’ll just want to keep coming back to.