Cala Blanca is a peaceful resort with an intimate atmosphere ideal for holidays spent relaxing on white sandy beaches soaking up the sun. Situated on the western coast of Menorca, Cala Blanca is centred around numerous small coves with beautiful sandy beaches and there is a samll resort train that travels from cove to cove. Families with younger children will find Cala Blanca a beach paradise with its gently sheleving shores and calm waters and relaxed water actvities.>>More Cala Blanca Information
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To indulge in the peaceful holiday of your dreams why not take a look at some of our amazing cheap holiday deals and last minute package holidays for a bargain holiday in the sun. Throughout your holiday in Cala Blanca, Menorca you will love the bright blue skies, excellent accommodation for all budgets and fantastic dining opportunities.
Restaurants in Cala Blanca
Dining in Cala Blanca is a delightful experience with many restaurants and cafes borderinf the sea front. Enjoy a delicious meal whilst taking in the beautiful coastal views, or sample some tradional local cuisine such as fresh seafood and tapas. For those with simpler tastes many restaurants and cafes offer a wide variety of food from around the world and you will easily find something to your taste. Restaurant prices in Cala Blanca are very competitive so you will always be able to find something that suits your budget!
Night Life in Cala Blanca
The nightlife in Cala Blanca varies, some places are relaxed and peaceful and provide the perfect place to while away the time over some exotic cocktails whilst other bars and clubs are much livlier with live music and dancing until dawn. Although the nightlife in Cala Blanca is quite relaxed, the nearby resort of Santandria offers a much larger selection of livelier bars and clubs.
Activities in Cala Blanca
Cala Blanca has numerous activities available too keep you entertained throughout you r holiday. If you get fed up with lounging on the beautiful beaches, why not try out some of the watersports? The resort also has some beautiful coastal walks that offer spectacular views. The heart of the Cala Blanca is completely pedestrianised and you will find a large variety of shops selling souvenirs and local crafts. There is also a local market every Friday and Saturday morning which makes a fantastic morning trip. Cala Blanca has a regular bus link to the livelier beach resort of Cala'n Bosch and the historic town or Ciutadella, where you can spend the whole day wandering around the warren of charming cobbled streets and historic sights.