Insotel Punta Prima Resort
Just a five-minute walk away from Punta Prima beach and the sleepy town centre, Insotel Punta Prima Resort has carved a reputation as a family-friendly resort. From a kids’ club to a children’s pool, there’s plenty to keep the little ones entertained. If you’re after some ‘me time’ away from the children, then the spa is the perfect retreat. Providing uninterrupted views of the Mediterranean, there are three on-site bars and a variety of live entertainment acts. Plus, for sports lovers, you’ll also find tennis courts, squash courts, a basketball court and the opportunity to play football. With a family-friendly atmosphere and a host of activities on offer, you’ll never be short of things to keep the whole family entertained at this wonderful resort.
Overview of Menorca
Menorca is the neighbouring island of its bigger brother, Majorca. The island opens its heart to all who visit, offering something unique for travellers of all ages. From relaxing local villages to lively towns, holidays to Menorca you’ll find a range of relaxing options here. Menorca has gained a reputation as a cultural hotbed. The summer fiestas are particularly popular with holiday-makers, as are the megalithic stone monuments, which make for the perfect hiking holiday. The Insotel Punta Prima Resort is located on Menorca’s southern tip, which means great weather is on offer all year round.
Things to do in Menorca
Punta Prima is located a mere 15 minutes’ drive from Menorca airport, so you can start your holiday as soon as you step foot off the plane. With beautiful, clear waters and white beaches, Punta Prima is quiet and secluded, so you’ll soon find yourself relaxing and unwinding from the hectic pace of life back home. A number of traditional Spanish and international bars line the seafront, and they’re the ideal spot to watch the sun go down. If you’re looking for a day trip, then Sant Lluis is only 20 minutes away, while the capital of Menorca, Mahon, is only 10-minutes away. Here, you’ll find a working fishing harbour, as well as shops, restaurants and bars tucked away down its winding alleyways.