Sur Menorca Hotel

Just a ten-minute walk from Punta Prima Beach, and a stone’s throw away from Biniancolla Cove, the Sur Menorca Hotel presents the perfect Menorcan southern-coast escape. Alongside the spacious gardens, terraces and pools, there’s beach volleyball, archery, leisurely games of petanque, and so much more. Delicious Mediterranean and international cuisine is served daily at the Buffet Restaurant, with show-cooking exhibitions that really bring your meal to life. The lobby and poolside bars also have a great selection of cocktails and soft drinks – you’ll never go thirsty while you’re here!

Overview of Sant Lluis, Menorca

The Sur Menorca Hotel is located in the southern tip of Menorca, in a beautiful town named Sant Lluis, just a fifteen-minute drive away from the capital city of Mahón. But holidays to Menorca needn’t be all about the island’s larger-than-life capital. The rural beauty of Sant Lluis is increasingly enticing more visitors, and is easy to explore via foot, bicycle or even horseback! This picture-perfect postcard town is noted for its typically white-washed fisherman houses and stunning coves, as well as the line-up of local artists, crafts folk and musicians, who entertain visitors with concerts throughout the season.

Things to do in Sant Lluis, Menorca

The south-east corner of Menorca is known as the “Golden Triangle”. This is thanks to the three must-visit coves, of Binissafúller, Biniancolla and Binibeca, which are located a short distance from the Sur Menorca Hotel. Elsewhere, the main street of the town has quaint shops, bakeries, bars and restaurants – though the real star of the show is the bright-white parish Church of Sant Lluis. If you choose to venture to Mahón, the capital city – just a few minutes away by car or the local bus – be sure to visit the windmill there. It’s the town’s last-surviving working flour mill as well as a rural museum. For water sports enthusiasts, the coral reefs and underwater caves of S’Algar are less than a ten-minute drive away and are waiting to be explored.


Resort Summary

This south-easterly spot on the island has countless opportunities to take a dip or a stroll and is well-loved by families due to the range of child-friendly activities. You can whizz down slides at the SplashWorld waterpark – part of one of the resort’s hotels but open to all.

The restaurants and bars that line the seafront, each serve up their own combination of traditional Spanish or international fusion food and drink. They are the perfect places to watch an amazing sunset from each evening.