The blissful Balearic Islands play host to the beautiful Cala'n Porter resort, which can be found on the south coast of Menorca. The fact that Cala'n Porter is so small entices many of its visitors. Walking from end to end in less than half an hour is not a difficult task and will expose you to Balearics beauty in all its glory.
A wide range of accommodation options are available for anyone who is considering a holiday to Cala'n Porter and this sun-drenched destination is suitable for most budgets. Popular among British holidaymakers, the resort has a fairly upbeat nightlife scene and a golden coastline that will have you digging out the camera. If you fancy it, take a trip to the capital, Mahon. Mahon is the capital of Menorca and home to some of the island's best restaurants and sights.
After landing safely on Spanish soil, your journey from the airport to Cala'n Porter will take no longer than 15 minutes. Boasting a cliff-concealed beach, ocean-facing villas, and access to Menorca's highest point, Cala'n Porter is a jewel of a resort that lures in couples, families, and groups of sun-seekers, so why not do the same for your 2021 holiday?
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What you do with your time in Cala'n Porter is completely up to you since there is no shortage of attractions. Considered one of the most established of all the resorts around Menorca, Cala'n Porter captures the attention of hikers, with Monte Toro standing 358 metres high nearby. Also known as El Toro, this hill is Menorca's highest, and claiming an elevated position at its peak is the Sanctuary of the Verge del Toro.
Discover a unique natural cave system at Cova d'en Xoroi and drink cocktails at sunset, a rival to any beach club on Majorca or Ibiza. Considered one of the best bars in the world, this disco club faces the ocean and is camouflaged, with its built-in cliff design. Alternatively, watch the sun transform the surface of the ocean into a coral-like colour by embarking on a boat adventure tour around the island. You could even explore the island on a scooter and venture to different resorts, like El Castell or Ciutadella.
A beach holiday in Cala'n Porter will leave you feeling satisfied, with the added bonus of sun-kissed skin. With such an aesthetically pleasing bay to swim, sunbathe, and lounge around on, you will find it hard to resist immersing yourself in the Spanish atmosphere at the crescent-shaped bay.
Protected from the wind, this beach offers sun lounger hire for a small fee. Jet-ski rental is available and although some areas of the beach are quite rocky, the transparent waters are ideal for catching a glimpse of the underwater world, courtesy of a pair of goggles and snorkel, of course.
Why not go a little deeper into the underwater world and sign up for a scuba diving experience? At a dive school near the beach, beginners, intermediate, and advanced divers can rent gear and set off on a day filled with boat trips, marine life-spotting, and diving training.
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Prices last checked at 12:23 21 January 2021