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Son Parc

Son Parc Holidays

Set on the north coast of Menorca is the small resort of Son Parc, where visitors arrive to a scene of pure serenity. This purpose-built resort is surrounded by lush woodlands, with pine trees on one side and breathtaking coastal views on the other. If you love the great outdoors and connecting with nature you'll feel right at home in the secluded paradise of Son Parc - the ideal location for taking a relaxed family holiday to Menorca.

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White and pink sand

The beach at Son Parc is a wide stretch of stunning white sand. During low tide you'll be able to find thousands of shells scattered about the beach and because of the nature of the shells some of the sand here is pink!

This beach is ideal for children and at the eastern part of the sea you'll be able to walk out into the water for 90 metres before it starts getting deep. Kids will love splashing around in the turquoise shallows. As well as renting sunbeds and parasols, you can hire pedalos and canoes to take out into the water. There are also opportunities for you to wind surf, water ski and hop on a jet ski.

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The only golf course in Menorca

Son Parc is home to the only golf course that you'll find on a Menorca holiday - Golf Son Parc. This 18-hole course is open 365 days a year and includes a driving range and academy for those who want to practice their swing. Set among stunning scenery you'll be playing a round of golf surrounded by stunning forests and sweeping valleys.

From the well-maintained course you might even see some wildlife along the outskirts – including ducks, sheep and peacocks. After a busy day golfing you can finish off your trip by stopping at the connected restaurant, which serves up flavoursome burgers and chips.

Eating and shopping

Most of Son Parc's restaurants are located along its main strip near the beach. Here you'll find mainly Spanish and Mediterranean restaurants along with a few international places. Restaurants on this strip overlook the coastline and you'll have fantastic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

In the commercial area of Son Parc there are a few mini supermarkets where you'll be able to stock up on snacks, cold drinks and groceries. For more serious shopping, Mahon is a short bus ride away and has retail opportunities from its twice weekly markets up to designer boutiques.

Relaxing nights

The nightlife scene at Son Parc consists mostly of the evening entertainment at the hotels. Individual hotels will have their own line up of stage acts including karaoke, live musicians, mini discos for children, quizzes and bingo.

Son Parc has a few restaurants and bars that are open late, but this area generally isn't known for its buzzing entertainment scene. Most holidaymakers here are looking for a quiet getaway in a peaceful resort. If you want a bit more excitement in your evenings, head out to the nearby towns of Mahon and Ciutadella, where there are a large selection of clubs and bars open until the early hours of the morning.

Neighbouring towns

Son Parc's stunning natural surroundings and glorious white sandy beach will have nature lovers wanting to stay forever. But if you are looking for a day trip to spice up your cheap holidays in Menorca, there are two nearby resorts that can add some excitement.

Mahon is Menorca's busy capital city and is only a short bus ride away from Son Parc. As well as its shops and markets, it has one of the largest natural harbours in the world where you can sit at its waterside restaurants. If the 18th-century Church of Santa Maria isn't your thing, the Xoriguer Gin Factory just might be.

Ciutadella is a popular coastal town that was once the Moorish capital. It is nicknamed Vella I Bella, which translates to 'the old and beautiful' due to its charming ancient architecture. As well as a port and old quarter to wander around, there are several good examples of Baroque and Gothic churches in the city.

Another local attraction worth a visit is Lloc de Menorca zoo, near Alaior, which has native Menorcan animals, birds of prey demonstrations and even snake encounters.