Santo Tomás is a quiet and tranquil resort that enjoys a stunning setting on a protected stretch of coastline in the south of Menorca. There are just a handful of hotels and apartment complexes here, overlooking a gorgeous 3-kilometre long beach – with more unspoilt coves to discover beyond it. There are lots of wonderful walking and biking trails, including one that runs along the coast, connecting the pretty beaches. Inland, you can visit the appealing market town of Es Migjorn Gran or head to the lively island capital Mahon (Maó in Menorquí) or the enchanting historic city of Ciutadella, both of which are packed with shops, bars and cultural sights.
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The gorgeous beach is the main attraction in little Santo Tomás, a golden stretch of sand lapped by shallow, crystal-clear waters. It has lots of useful amenities, including sunbeds and parasols for hire, as well as a handful of restaurants and cafés. You can walk along a panoramic coastal path to virgin beaches or head east to the small resort of Son Bou, which also has a fine beach. There’s plenty of excellent walking and biking in the area, or you could even go horse-trekking. The little town of Es Migjorn Gran, just 3 miles inland, has a lively night market, or you could spend the day in the vibrant city of Mahon (the island capital) or the historic city of Ciutadella, which are both about a half-hour’s drive away.
The main beach in Santo Tomás is a glorious, 3-kilometre-long stretch of golden sand shaded by Mediterranean pines. You’ll be able to rent a parasol and sunbed for a few euros, and there are several places to eat and drink within a short walk. A coastal path links Santo Tomás with some stunning, unspoilt beaches to the east, including the Platja de Binicodrell and the Platja de Binigaus, which is often regarded as one of the loveliest on the island. Neither has any facilities, so don’t forget the parasol and a picnic. You could also walk (or drive) to Son Bou, west of Santo Tomás, which also has a fantastic beach.
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