A secluded hotel and an isolated beach, Cala Alcaufar holidays are for those who wish to get away from it all by visiting the sun-splashed shoreline of Menorca, while a short distance away is a diver’s dream of underwater caves and exotic marine life. Even the waters seem to recognise Cala Alcaufar as a hub for relaxation and tranquillity, nothing but small boats and canoes drifting by lazily on the picturesquely clear blue sea of the Balearic Islands. Snorkelers and sand-seekers will be best entertained along the beach, although nature lovers will find solace in pine-clad escapades, hilly walks and hikes.
Originally a small fishing community, holidays to Cala Alcaufar will not take you away from the rich traditions that would have been found in historical Menorca, whereas a healthy array of bars and restaurants along the entire south-eastern coast of the island will provide the best places to watch the sunset in the evenings. Make sure you head north along the bending coastline towards Mahon if you’re looking for something a little livelier in the way of shopping and to sample Spain’s nightlife, whereas travelling inland showcases Menorca’s extensively vibrant natural beauty. The S’Albufera National Park offers up the best walking opportunities, although there’s nothing more indulgently relaxing than being strewn across a well-placed sunbed in lapping up Spain’s ever-present sunshine. Water sports can also be found however, for anyone who wants to be more active in their pursuits of daily entertainment – holidays in Cala Alcaufar being an all-rounded experience when it comes to visiting the Balearic Islands.