Holidays in
Arenal den Castell

A bubbly seafront town

You’ll discover Arenal d’en Castell on Menorca’s rugged northern coast – it’s one of the island’s best beauty spots. Woodland surroundings give the resort a tucked-away feel, and it’s fronted by a lovely golden beach. Holidays to Arenal d’en Castell are really popular will families, who come especially for the calm waters and gently shelving sands. Behind the beach, the town is brimming with restaurants and shops. There’s lots to do away from the shoreline. The tennis courts near the Coves Noves centre are ideal for those wanting to practice their serve, while the 18-hole golf course in nearby Son Parc will make even the most laid-back golfer feel a little competitive. Walkers should pull on their boots and head for one of the island’s leisurely coastal walks. The village of Na Macaret is a short stroll away, offering age-old charm and scenic cafés and restaurants.

Your Arenal d’en Castell questions, answered.

The seafront prom buzzes after-dark, with lively restaurants and bars running all the way along it.

Parque Acuatico is right in town. It’s small, but it’s got a good selection of slides for little ones.

The restaurants in Arenal d’en Castell are varied, ranging from Italian bistros to steakhouses. Try local dishes, too, such as Mahon cheese and steaming lobster stew.

Best things to do in Arenal d’en Castell

Explore beneath the waves

Strap on a snorkel or get kitted up for scuba. Try the Swiss Cheese diving spot, which has rocks full of holes teeming with marine life.

Visit Binibeca

Whitewashed buildings, a sleepy beach and an age-old charm you won’t be able to resist – Binibeca is Arenal d’en Castell’s much quieter neighbour.

Spend a day in Mahon

The birthplace of mayonnaise, Menorca’s capital is a smart port town filled with Georgian buildings and glam restaurants and bars.