Xaloc Playa Hotel

A sleepy setting makes the Xaloc Playa Hotel an ideal place for a relaxed getaway.

A big, circular pool takes centre stage on the sun terrace. It’s surrounded by loungers, greenery and a children’s pool.

The buffet restaurant serves Spanish favourites alongside international cuisines. In the morning, expect everything from cooked options to continental classics.

When the sun goes down, things get lively in the bar. Blues bands and traditional Spanish dancers take to the stage throughout the week, while guests have an extensive list of cocktails to work their way through.

Overview of Punta Prima

This island is packed with wildlife and wonderful scenery. On a holiday to Menorca, you’ll find a place that moves at its own pace. It’s far more relaxed here than on the neighbouring islands of Ibiza and Majorca, but its towns are low-key yet distinctive.

Across the 200 kilometres of coastline, the beaches and golden bays are regularly voted as being among the best in the Mediterranean, which is why top accommodation spots like the Xaloc Playa Hotel are so popular with holidaymakers.

Menorca’s miniature size means it’s easy to explore, too. As well as relaxing in the bays, you can lace up your boots and head to the trails that showcase the island at its luscious best.

Things to do in Menorca

You’ll find the Xaloc Playa Hotel right around the corner from a white-sand cove. So, you’ll only have to take a couple of steps after leaving the hotel to emerge in prime sunbathing territory.

Punta Prima is the nearest resort to the hotel. It’s fairly quiet here but it’s well loved by families because of the wide range of activities on offer, including Splash Sur Waterpark.

If you take a 20-minute bus ride from the hotel, you’ll arrive at Menorca’s capital, Mahon. With a sheltered harbour, an ornate church and a British influence, it’s a great spot for a day trip.

An island as old as time, Menorca’s the perfect location if you’re looking for a sun-drenched holiday that allows you to get away from the stresses of modern life.


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.