Menorca is known for its pristine beauty, tranquillity and unspoilt coastline, and Cala’n Forcat is the perfect holiday destination to soak up the island’s Mediterranean charm. It’s a small, quiet resort, but it boasts a gorgeous little cove with a beach, and a range of water sports including fantastic snorkelling and diving are available. Along with the adjoining resorts of Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines, it offers a decent choice of shops, bars and restaurants. You’re just a 10-minute drive from Ciutadella, the historic capital of Menorca, which is an enchanting little city arranged around a breathtaking harbour. Along with a beautiful historic quarter to explore, it offers lots more shopping and dining opportunities.
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Plenty of year-round sunshine, a picture-postcard cove with turquoise waters, and oodles of charm make Cala’n Forcat the ideal destination for a relaxed holiday in the sun. The beach is tiny, but beautifully framed by rocks and pines, and the water is spectacularly clean and clear. There are plenty of shops, cafés and restaurants within an easy stroll, and you can enjoy some fantastic hiking in the area. The delightful little city of Ciutadella, which preserves its historic heart intact, is only a 10-minute drive away. You can explore the sights, stroll around medieval streets, and sit with a drink overlooking the lovely harbour.
The beach in Cala’n Forcat is a picture-postcard curve of sand tucked into a charming bay. It’s not particularly big, but it shelves very gently, ensuring that the water is shallow enough for even the smallest kids. Slightly older kids and teens will enjoy scrambling over the rocks, hunting for crabs in the pools, jumping off into the water, and snorkelling around the rocks. The beach in nearby Cala’n Blanes is larger and has a few more amenities. This stretch of coast is pocked with lots of tiny coves that you can explore: the little cove of Cales Piques is another narrow inlet framed by rocks that is ideal if you’re looking for some peace and seclusion.
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