PortBlue San Luis Hotel

In a central spot in S’Algar, the PortBlue San Luis Hotel offers up a pair of pools and a handful of eating spots. Inside, everything’s sleek and modern. The rooms are spacious and well designed and have welcome air conditioning.

As you recline on the sun terrace by the pair of pools, you’ll find a pool bar for drinks and snacks throughout the day. In the evening, the buffet restaurant serves Spanish and international cuisine before a strong entertainment line-up takes centre stage.

Overview of S’Algar

As Menorca’s name suggests, it’s the little brother of Majorca. This is great news for explorers as, when you go on a holiday to Menorca, you’ll find it easy to discover the whole island during your stay.

Menorca’s an island as old as time. With relaxed villages and lively towns, there’s beauty absolutely everywhere you look. Plus, with a stay at the PortBlue San Luis Hotel, you’ll have those beautiful, luscious landscapes right on your doorstep.

The cool blue coasts are Menorca’s highlight. They’re mesmerising, and because many are packed with bars and restaurants, you can enjoy a delicious meal while looking out to sea.

Things to do in Menorca

The PortBlue San Luis Hotel is ideally located to enjoy all of Menorca’s charms. You’re only 400 metres from the seafront where you can enjoy a range of water sports and a five-minute walk from S’Algar’s lido.

If you hire a car, it’s easy to get around the island, too. The Son Parc golf course is only 35 kilometres away, and you can get tothe centre of Mahon in under 15 minutes.

Closer to home, the resort centre of S’Algar is only a 10-minute stroll from the hotel. Here, you’ll discover bars and restaurants that specialise in world cuisine.

Menorca opens its heart to all who visit, and you’ll find plenty of room in yours for Menorca, too. It’ll be a new family favourite in no time.

Resort Summary

One of the most picturesque points on the island of Menorca, S’Algar’s long walkways are dotted with quaint fishermen’s cottages, true to the resorts history as a fishing inlet. Above these stand hotels and private villas, which have brilliant views across this lovely little pocket of Menorca.

S’Algar is one of the least explored corners that you’ll find during a Menorca holiday, which is surprising considering its incredible lookout point on the southeast headland – providing perfect photo opportunities.

For romantic or family walks, you can take a stroll to the headland’s tower and along to the Blue Flag beach at Punta Prima. Or stay close to home and have a wonderful traditional meal of tapas and sangria at one of the restaurants and bars along S’Algar’s seafront.