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Cala Blanca Holidays

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Menorca holidays

Sun and culture by the sea

A coastal resort with fine, sandy beaches, just a few kilometres from Menorca’s historic port city of Ciutadella, Cala Blanca holidays are an irresistible mix of relaxation and culture. With a pedestrianised shopping area, souvenir and gift shops, and plenty of bars and restaurants, the resort is the place for those who want to be away from the hustle and bustle of a city while still having access to a number of amenities and attractions.

And Ciutadella is just a short drive away, so it’s easy to spend a few hours exploring the city, with its picturesque port and 14th-century cathedral. Alternatively, days can be whiled away relaxing at one of the area’s secluded coves, swimming in the alluring waters. Holidays to Cala Blanca provide plenty of opportunities for fun in the sun, chilling out on the beach and day trips out of town – the best of all worlds for holidaymakers.

Your Cala Blanca questions, answered

The beach at Cala Blanca has calm, shallow waters, perfect for snorkelling, pedalo rides and swimming. It’s also ideal for families with young children.
A shopping area caters specifically to tourists in the resort, while small supermarkets sell beach and summer gear. For souvenir shopping, nearby Ciutadella has good options.
Although more sedate than some of the island’s larger resorts, Cala Blanca’s proximity to Ciutadella makes it ideal if you’re looking for a laid-back base but also access to nightlife.

Best things to do in Cala Blanca

Head to Lithica

Just outside Ciutadella, this former sandstone quarry is a visually spectacular labyrinth of stone, and has lovely gardens, too. It also hosts some evening concerts and events.

Hit the beach

There are two beaches in the resort: Cala Blanca and Cala Santandria. As well as fine sand and clear water, they have bars, restaurants and some shopping facilities.

Visit a city

Menorca’s historic city of Ciutadella is very close, and a day trip is a must. Check out the cathedral and stroll around the beautiful, lively marina, Puerto de Ciutadella.