Jardin De Menorca

The Jardin De Menorca is located right on the edge of a nature reserve, so impressive countryside views are guaranteed.

There’s also a great set-up for families, too. There’s a kids’ pool right next to the main pool, a host of in-water games throughout the day and a supervised soft play area for youngsters.

At the centre of the hotel you’ll find three circular pools that sit in the centre of a lawn packed with loungers, parasols and palm trees. There’s also a bar close by that dishes out drinks and snacks.

The main restaurant serves up buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Afterwards, there’s live music in the bar a few nights a week.

 

Overview of Son Bou

What the island of Menorca lacks in size, it more than makes up for in charm and culture. The whole island is also packed with activities and attractions.

Due to its size, when you head on a holiday to Menorca, the whole family will love to get out and about to discover its best bits. You can drive from one end to the other in under an hour, so when you stay at the Jardin De Menorca, the very best sights and attractions of Menorca are close by.

No matter whether you’re looking for a relaxing break on the beach, an adventure-packed holiday or a sight-seeing tour, a trip to Menorca is perfect.

Things to do in Menorca

The Jardin De Menorca is just outside of Son Bou. In this petite town, you’ll find a clutch of restaurants the whole family will love. During your stay here, the hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle bus to Son Bou Beach, which unravels for three kilometres.

If you fancy a day trip, the island’s capital of Mahon is only a 20-minute drive away. Here, the tiled rooftops provide a unique backdrop to your holiday. You’ll also find a sheltered harbour here, as well as Georgian townhouses and an ornate church.

When you visit the idyllic island of Menorca, you’ll discover a destination that will truly capture your heart. Whether you’d rather relax, unwind or explore, a trip to Menorca allows you to do just that.


Resort Summary

Playa de Son Bou is the largest beach on the island and is home to everyone from sunbathers and naturists to watersports enthusiasts. You can spend your holiday relaxing on the unspoilt beach and exploring all that the Son Bou area has to offer.

The three kilometres of beach are bordered by stunning dunes and grassy reeds, with not a hotel in sight. You’ll be completely surrounded by Son Bou’s natural beauty while you sunbathe and enjoy the sound of the surf. And while you’ll be able to find the occasional beach bar along the way to the beach, you could always make a day of it and pack a picnic.

If you’re a fan of watersports there are tons of activities available for you to take part in, including riding banana boats, jet skis and going scuba diving in some of Son Bou’s underwater caves. The sea can get a bit choppy so look out for the red and green flags in the water that signify whether it’s safe to go in. If you’re keen to get rid of all your tan lines, the Western end of the beach is nudist friendly.