Sol Beach House Menorca

Guaranteeing guest relaxation and tranquil grounds, thanks to the adult-only rule, the Sol Beach House Menorca makes no bones about who it is catering for and how it is going to offer an unforgettable experience.

Bars with sea views, Balinese gardens and a large pool are just the start, with day beds, an incredible restaurant and daily yoga and Pilates classes available for guest enjoyment. Add in the beachfront location and there’s nothing more that anybody could possible crave in terms of accommodation. What’s more, shops and cafes are a short 100m away, for when you want a change of scenery.

Overview of Santo Tomas

Holidays to Menorca are fantastic for anyone who likes a contrast of upbeat cities, sleepy villages and genuinely relaxing beaches. With a number of different regions, there’s a Menorca for everybody, with the warm Balearic sun beaming overhead all year round, but for kid-free days, you need to head to the Sol beach House Menorca, found in a sleepy little village.

Santo Tomas is known for being exceptionally peaceful, making it ideal for anyone looking for some rest and recuperation, rather than a dizzying nightlife scene. Excitement is never too far away, though, as neighbouring towns have plenty of activities to keep you busy. With the beach being the main draw in Santo Tomas, you’ll be in good company if the sum total of your exertion is cruising around on a pedalo.

Things to do in Santo Tomas

Just because it’s quiet, doesn’t mean that Santo Tomas has nothing to see and do. If you can drag yourself away from the luxury of the Sol Beach House Menorca, as well as the beach, you can enjoy day trips to neighbouring municipalities Es Migjorn Gran and Es Mercadel. Here, you’ll find bustling markets, mountains to climb and authentic tapas bars that the locals enjoy. This is a proper taste of Menorca.

If you love the beach life, why not have a go at some new water sports? Windsurfing and motorboating are both on offer, or you could keep things chilled and have a leisurely snorkelling session.

Smaller than Majorca but just as impactful in terms of unforgettable holidays, great weather and local culture, Menorca is the perfect way to see the best of the Balearics, without having to jostle with other holidaymakers.


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.