Mestral and Llebeig Apartments

With Santo Tomas Beach only a short walk away, the hotel has been designed with young families in mind. Mestral and Llebeig Apartments is home to a playground, soft-play area and kids’ splash park, so there’s no shortage of options to keep the little ones entertained. There’s also a main pool for adults, as well as a splash pool for young children. In addition, you’ll also find a lake-style pool that includes multi-coloured slides and water fountains. If you get hungry, there’s a pool bar nearby. Guests also rave about the buffet, which often has a choice of more than 10 desserts.

Overview of Menorca

Menorca is smaller and more low-key than the neighbouring island of Majorca. Packed with relaxing villages and lively towns, holidays to Menorca are loved by all who visit the island’s shores. If you’re looking for rest and relaxation, the village of Santo Tomas, where you’ll find the Mestral and Llebeig Apartments, is the place to be. If you’re looking for history and culture, then look for the castles of the capital, Mahon. With beautiful, luscious landscapes as well as cool coasts and beach resorts, Menorca is an island that opens its heart to all who visit.

Things to do in Menorca

The Mestral and Llebeig Apartments have plenty of activities to keep people entertained. However, should you wish to venture further afield, you’ll also find much more on offer. Santo Tomas has three kilometres of beach on the doorstep, and if you head out to sea, you’ll find exciting water sports, such as pedalos and banana boats. You can also go on a glass-bottomed boat trip. Santo Tomas is close to the larger resort of Son Bou, which is home to bustling markets, a wooden maze and even a small water park. If you’re in search of adventure, Mount Toro is only a 20-minute drive away. This is the spiritual centre of Menorca, and you can choose to either take guided tours or go it alone. The Mestral and Llebeig Apartments are the ideal place to stay on your holiday to Menorca. They place you in a handy location for strolling to the beach and immersing yourself in the local culture. When the kids have enjoyed a day in the soft-play area and splash park, the whole family can enjoy some quality time together, relaxing and making memories.


Resort Summary

You’re within easy reach of the larger resort of Son Bou with its small waterpark and wooden maze as well as some beach bars that stay open late. Other things to do nearby include trips to bustling markets, taking part in watersports, hikes, cycle rides and boat trips.

The resort is peaceful and secluded, but still well connected by public transport. If you’ve hired a car, then lucky you! You’ll be able to dart around the island in style. Go from beach to bar, restaurant to resort, and still be back in time to catch the sunset from a terrace with a beer in hand and a belly full of fine Spanish food.