Playa Azul Hotel
At the hillside Playa Azul Hotel, whether you’re at the poolside bar or the al fresco terrace, you’ll be offered sweeping views of the coastline.
The curvy pool here is in a prime location for enjoying the views of the Mediterranean. There’s also a smaller, circular pool close by that’s ideal for kids. Plus, children staying here will also find an outdoor playground that comes with a climbing frame and slides.
Inside, the buffet restaurant specialises in Mediterranean cuisine and international favourites. You only need to quickly glance at the TripAdvisor reviews to see how highly guests rate the choices on offer.
Overview of Cala n Porter
Menorca is only a small island, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in charm and character. Plus, because it’s a little smaller, when you head on a holiday to Menorca, you can discover the whole island, as it takes under an hour to drive from end to end.
There’s also plenty of variety on offer when you head to Menorca. From sleepy seaside destinations where you can lounge on the beach without a care in the world to lively towns where you can party until dawn, there’s something for everyone here.
When you stay at the Playa Azul Hotel, the panoramic hilltop setting places the very best sights and attractions directly in front of you. So, whether you’re looking for calm waters, Spanish cuisine or packed bars, you’ll be able to experience it here.
Things to do in Menorca
The Playa Azul Hotel overlooks Cala’n Porter Beach. Although it’s tranquil and sedate up here, you’re actually only 200 metres from the sands, so you can reach the beach after only a short stroll.
The centre of Cala’n Porter is also only a five-minute walk away. Here, you‘ll find traditional streets that are packed with bars and restaurants where you can soak up the atmosphere by day or enjoy some delicious local cuisine in the evening.
If you want to get out and explore the island, then the capital of Mahon is only a 15-minute drive away. Here you’ll discover Georgian houses, a sheltered harbour and Santa Maria Church.
The locals here say that Menorca’s an island that opens its heart to anyone who stays here. When you visit this idyllic island, you’ll soon find that it captures a place in yours, too.