The holiday resort of Ciudadela is a large town that is situated just a little in from the coast, on the North West part of the island. Ciudadela is a popular resort with families and couples and those that like to discover the history and the culture of the island as many of its historical buildings can be found here. The shopping opportunities in Ciudadela are brilliant and there are a lot of charming shops selling locally produced crafts.>>More Ciudadela Information
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This is an ideal holiday destination for those looking for a relaxing break in the sun, and as most of the area is flat, it is great for wheelchairs and buggies. Why not take advantage of our fantastic holiday deals and last minute offers on a variety of accommodation so that you can enjoy a bargain holiday in Menorca.
Restaurants in Ciudadela
There are some delightful restaurants to be found lining the harbour of Ciudadela and the main food that you will find on offer is traditional Spanish dishes and delicious fresh seafood. Dont worry if you are not a fan of local cuisine as there are plenty of fast food restaurants available and many cafes also serve international dishes. Restaurants and cafes in Ciudadela each offer a different ambience and setting to enjoy your meal and there is something to suit every budget, whether at the harbour or in the town centre.
Night Life in Ciudadela
Ciudadela nightlife is mainly centred around the restaurants and bars located in the harbour area. It is so easy to go out for a meal of an evening and not notice how quickly the time passes as you are made to feel so welcome and the staff are friendly and welcoming. If you enjoy dancing the night away there are a few discos that stay open until the early hours of the morning!
Activities in Ciudadela
Ciudadela has plenty of things to keep you occupied throughout your holiday. Why not visit historic town centre with its 14th century cathedral, museum and peaceful convent. Throughout the year there are also many fiestas and the locals love explaining them to tourists and encourage you to take part in the celebrations! There are many boat trips available that take you on tours of the islands stunning coastline. If you want to take a trip to Mahon (the capital of the island) there is connecting road that takes you straight there as well as a public bus service 6 times a day.