The Island of Menorca
Cala'en Porter which is 10 minutes walk from the villa has a great beach as well as many bars, restaurants and shops.
The caves of Xsioro are situated at the far end of Cala'en Porter, open daily for spectacular views out to sea. Drinks and snacks are available, by night the caves are transformed into a disco.
There are spectacular views overlooking the beach at Cala'en Porter.
Cala'en Porter is 4 miles from Sant Climent the nearest small town.
Alaior is approx 6 miles and Mahon 7 miles.
Menorca is the second largest and the least developed island of the Balearic Islands. While there is low-rise development along the coast, it is still largely rural inland. The coast has many sandy beaches making Menorca ideal for family holidays.
The island capital Mahon or Maó is a pretty, small town with a bustling port which has the second largest natural harbour in the world.
Explore the tiny squares and lanes with shops and cafes, look at the view across the harbour
Fornells is an attractive fishing village on the entrance to a large lagoon. There are many fish restaurants along the harbour side of this quiet village.
The town of Ciutadella, at the west of the island is high above the harbour. It was the capital of the island until 1722 when the British changed to Mahon.
The village of Binibeca - a new development which as been designed to look like an old fishing village.
The Lighthouse at Cap de Favàrita on the rugged north west coast of the island.
There is an 18 hole golf course at Son Parc.
Facilities include driving range, bar and restaurant.
You will have much greater freedom to see the island if you hire a car. There are many car hire companies, we use Auto Amigos who offer a 10% discount for Internet bookings.
Getting to Menorca
There are many airlines which fly to Mahon including:-