Globales Apartments Binimar - All Inclusive

Globales Apartments Binimar – All Inclusive offers excellent amenities and a truly warm welcome to Menorca. Two large swimming pools, plus a kids-only splash park, make great use of the resort’s generous proportions, and thoughtfully decorated modern bedrooms make sure that your time indoors is also enjoyable. An easy walk to the beach and resort centre, Globales Apartments Binimar is a wonderful base for getting out and exploring more of Menorca. When you get back from your adventures, expect great food, extensive entertainment and a focus on family all included.

Overview of Cala’n Forcat

Holidays to Menorca present a great mix of sleepy villages and great beaches. And while the island is significantly smaller than its big brother, Majorca, there is a lot to see, do and experience in this gorgeous destination. On the western side of Menorca you’ll find Cala’n Forcat, a family-friendly resort with a surprising number of things to do. Think a charming beach and shallow waters, fun waterparks and playgrounds. Evening activities are excellent as well, with bars and restaurants galore to head to.

Things to do in Cala N Forcat

The nightlife in Cala’n Forcat is good fun. Instead of busy clubs, you’ll find bars, restuarants and British-style pubs, where you can order tasty tipples, great tapas and some traditional seafood dishes. The town centre is worth exploring, and you’ll notice just how family-friendly the whole area really is as you pass numerous playgrounds, trampolining parks, a karting track and even a waterpark. If you’re travelling with children, be prepared to go in to a few attractions. Cala’n Forcat beach is small but perfectly formed, a rocky inlet that trickles down to some beautiful shallow waters. It’s spot on for letting the kids roam free and paddle while you sunbathe. This is a holiday for the whole family – fun and games for the young and the not-so-old.

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.