Globales Apartments Binimar

The Globales Apartments Binimar is perfect for families because the hotel has two swimming pools and a kids’ club. A poolside bar also means drinks and snacks are always within easy reach. Little ones particularly love the splash park that comes with a giant tipping bucket and waterslides galore.

For meals, there’s a buffet restaurant and a pizzeria. For those who are self-catering, there’s a small supermarket.

Guests love the nightly in-house shows. Options include karaoke, mini discos, quizzes and cabaret.

Overview of Cala n Forcat

Menorca is an island that’s as old as time. It’s a quiet and relaxing spot that’s been drawing holidaymakers for years. Whether you’re looking for hot sands and refreshing seas or history and culture, a holiday to Menorca is ideal.

The entire island is even lined by a coastal path, so it’s really easy to explore when you leave the Globales Apartments Binimar. With a great mixture of large cities, lively towns and relaxing villages, you can enjoy a pace of holiday that suits you.

Things to do in Menorca

The Globales Apartments Binimar is close to the beach and the centre of Cala’n Forcat, so it’s easy to enjoy days on the sand or wander around the resort’s shops.

Cala’n Forcat is a family-oriented resort that’s practically joined to Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines, so you can enjoy all three resorts. Kids can bounce on trampolines, climb on the playgrounds and make the most of the waterpark.

If you feel like a day in a larger resort, Ciutadella is only a 10-minute drive away. This is Menorca’s former capital and signs of the past are everywhere. There’s also a go-karting track if you want to get the adrenaline pumping.

After a stay in Menorca, the whole family will leave with big smiles!

Resort Summary

The beach here is small but offers something a little different from your usual holiday hotspot as its set in a long, rocky inlet ripe for snorkelling. The water stays shallow a long way out into the cove so is ideal for paddling and playing with young children. Further down there are platforms along the rocks for sunbathing and diving in to the sea.

Accessed by steps, the cove has a quaint walkway with hand-carved wooden railings, from which you can look down into the clear waters. There is a dive centre here whose instructors will teach anyone from beginners and take you on a trip to see the underwater caves, flora and fauna of western Menorca.