Melia Cala Galdana
The Melia Cala Galdana is as close to the beach as it gets. It’s perched right on a sandy cove, between two hills covered with palm trees.
The hotel makes the most of its envy-inducing position. There’s a stylish beach club that comes with a restaurant, a sunbathing terrace and an infinity pool.
Inside, the interiors are contemporary, with natural shades throughout. Outside, waterfalls decorate the large pool, which comes wrapped in a roomy wood-decked sun terrace topped with loungers. There’s even a hot tub for a splash of luxury.
Overview of Cala Galdana
Menorca is the most laid-back and traditional of the Balearic Islands. Compared to neighbouring Majorca and Ibiza, it’s been relatively untouched by tourism, and is a great place for a traditional Spanish break.
There’s still plenty to see and do on a holiday to Menorca though, with miles of coastline to explore. Top hotels like the Melia Cala Galdana line the coast, so it’s easy to enjoy the island’s natural beauty, secret beaches and historic architecture. For days out, head to Mahon or Ciutadella, which are the island’s two main cities.
Things to do in Menorca
The Melia Cala Galdana is right on a white-sand beach and close to the centre of the resort, so everything’s at your fingertips. The beach in Cala Galdana has a reputation as being one of the best in Menorca. Plus, its promenade is full of restaurants and bars where you can take in the view.
Surrounding the hotel, trails work as a playground for nature lovers who want to spend their holiday walking or cycling. They’re a great way of exploring the pine-clad hills and the exotic plant life. On these trails, you’ll also have the chance to spot rare species of bird.
With nature surrounding you and a Blue Flag beach on the doorstep, there’s a good reason why Cala Galdana is known as ‘the Queen of the Calas’.