Sa Ca Nova Villa

The two-bedroom Sa Ca Nova Villa impresses from the get-go with its old-world stone walls, garden pool and hushed surroundings.

The rooms have been decorated in traditional Menorcan style, with whitewashed walls, terracotta-tiled floors and beamed ceilings. The kitchen is smart and well equipped, with an oven, hob, microwave and fridge. The doors also lead to a shaded terrace area with a table and chairs for al fresco dining.

Outside, there’s a small, private pool that has a mosaic trim and Roman steps that sink into the water. It’s surrounded by a large stone terrace with loungers and parasols.

Overview of Ciutadella

Menorca is a real Balearic gem. Holidays to this beautiful island are lived at a much slower pace than in nearby Majorca and Ibiza, but Menorca really is a charming location and a top spot with people looking for relaxing holidays in the sunshine.

Although life here might be slower paced, there’s still plenty to do on a holiday to Menorca. After cooking up a storm at the Sa Ca Nova Villa, you can kick back on the beautiful stretches of coastline, head out on a boat trip around the island or admire the island’s colonial history before partying the night away.

Things to do in Menorca

Sa Ca Nova Villa is in a peaceful location at the end of a quiet lane. Although it’s tucked away from the action, the white-sand beach at Cala’n Blanes is only 10 minutes away by car.

If you want to experience the best of Menorca’s cosmopolitan cities, then Ciutadella is only a 15-minute walk away. One of the most beautiful spots on the island, each street will vie for the attention of your camera lens. Plus, its relatively compact size means you can easily move between the mighty cathedrals, the market stalls and the cosy tapas bars.

Menorca is considered to be the gem of the Balearics. After a relaxing holiday in Ciutadella, you’ll want to return again and again.


Resort Summary

Ciutadella’s elegant, tall houses of pastel shades line each street and are inked with black shutters, closed to keep out the midday sun. You’ll be blown away by how picturesque this place is, and itching to snap photo after photo in front of such handsome scenes.

It’s easy to move from the grand monuments and mighty cathedrals, to small unassuming market stalls, friendly traders and cosy tapas restaurants. So grab a seat on a bar’s terrace and look over everything the city has to offer, feel like royalty and bask in the sun’s golden glow.