Holiday Type: Holidays in Menorca – All Inclusive
- Flight time: Approx 2 hours from UK
- Time difference: 1 hour ahead of UK
- Language: Spanish
- Currency: Euro
All inclusive Menorca holidays are ideal if you are seeking a tranquil and appealing destination which offers magnificent beaches with stunning backdrops and off the beaten track sandy bays; all this makes an idyllic recipe for your next family holiday. One detail that all inclusive Menorca can quickly point out is that they have more beaches than the other Balearic Islands combined; more than 100 stretch around the coast extending from secluded coves to large, soft and golden sandy tourist beaches. With an unbelievable budget, fantastic accommodation, relaxing periods at the beach and hassle-free evening entertainment is what makes cheap all inclusive holidays in Menorca stand out from the competition.
Try tallying up the beaches for your holidays in Menorca and you will be kept busy as there are over 100 to choose from. For the most you will find they are family friendly with super soft sands that are ideal for the kids, the shallow and calm seas make a parent’s job easy. So where are the best beaches? Well this is complicated to pin down although the biggest beach is Son Bou; other beaches worth making note off are Cala Galdana, Cala’n Bosch and Punta Prima, or the sandy coves around Binibeca, S’Algar and Cala’n Blanes. Picture-perfect facilities in a favourite resort favoured for Menorca holidays for families can be found in the north of the island at the white sandy horseshoe bay of Arenal D’en Castell, or if you are into windsurfing the neighbouring Cala Tirant is the resort for you.
If you are looking the off the beaten track sandy bays just check Google Maps for ideas of where you could go, you could be lucky enough to find the perfect place for a sun-drenched reverie.
There is more on all inclusive Menorca holidays than and those looking for a tranquil break, it is a peaceful island ideal for families. It is completely the opposite from its neighbour, Majorca. Instead of travellers going to Menorca to party the most come here to have a relaxing holiday, happy to chill out by the pool sipping on their all inclusive cocktail before slipping into something comfortable for the included night-time meal and entertainment.
If you are into golf, then you better book your all inclusive holidays, Menorca to Son Parc which is the islands only golf course. Rounding things off you’ve got Menorca’s two cities, Mahon and Ciudadela, both of them historic show-stoppers, with plenty of restaurants, bars and a great selection of shops for your souvenirs.
Map of Menorca