Agamenon Hotel

The Agamenon Hotel is ideal for couples. Right by the water’s edge on the south side of Mahon harbour, the hotel offers sweeping sea views from every room.

Make the most of these gorgeous views by visiting the buffet restaurant where floor-to-ceiling windows frame the deep-blue waters. The only thing that matches the quality of the view is the quality of the food, which gets rave reviews on TripAdvisor.

Outside, a rectangular pool takes pride of place in the middle of the hotel’s grounds. Nearby, you’ll also find balustrade-laced terraces and picture windows that make the most of the views out to sea.

Overview of Es Castell

What the island of Menorca lacks in size, it more than makes up for in just about everything else. On your holiday to Menorca, you’ll discover an island packed with tranquil villages and lively towns that open their hearts to all who visit.

The island is easy to explore, so during your stay at the Agamenon Hotel, you can expect to encounter beautiful and luscious landscapes, cool-blue coasts, beach resorts and fantastic restaurants.

Things to do in Menorca

The Agamenon Hotel has a calm and tranquil atmosphere because of its location on the outskirts of the charming town of Es Castell.

From the hotel, the centre is a 10-minute walk away. As you wander, be sure to look at the town’s Georgian buildings, a nod to Es Castell’s original status as a military town.

Further afield, Menorca’s capital city of Mahon is a 30-minute walk away. Here you’ll discover elegant town houses, packed restaurants and even a historic gin distillery. It’s a top place for a day trip.

Whether you’re six or sixty, you’ll fall in love with Menorca’s charms. An island where the sights are as old as time, whether it’s your first trip to Menorca or your hundredth, you’ll find something new.


Resort Summary

Es Castell has swapped its sand for two scenic harbours, Calas Fons and Calas Corb, which are lined with colourful buildings and private boats bobbing on the surface. If you want to go for a swim, there are several jumping off points dotted around the harbour where you can take a dip.

For sunbathing, take a 15-minute walk to Cala Padera, where you can stretch out on the V-shaped wooden platform and catch some rays. The nearest sandy beaches are a 20-minute drive south, at places like Binibeca and Punta Prima.