Holidays in
Cala Galdana

A Menorcan coastal beauty

In a secluded part of the southern Menorca coast, Cala Galdana holidays combine tranquil beaches, ocean views and impressive natural landscapes characterised by pine tree-covered cliffs and a rugged coastline. The resort is home to one of the best beaches on the island, with sugar-fine sand and shallow, turquoise waters. It’s ideal for those looking to spend long, lazy days basking in the Balearic sunshine and swimming in the sea.

There’s also plenty to do in and around Cala Galdana, and there are plenty of bars, restaurants and shops. If you want to venture further afield, many of Menorca’s attractions are easily reached by a short car or taxi ride, including the Algendar Gorge and the island’s historic city of Ciutadella, known for its beautiful port and cathedral. Whether you’re seeking active adventure or total relaxation, holidays to Cala Galdana are sure to have just what you’re looking for.

Your Cala Galdana questions, answered

Definitely – nearby Algendar Gorge is the island’s most spectacular gorge (you can go hiking there), while the area is known for its aromatic pine trees and staggering views.

There are many amenities and attractions to keep kids entertained, not least the resort’s own beach and others close by. It’s also well-served with shops and restaurants.

While some points of interest are only accessible by car, Cala Galdana is suitable for walkers – several beaches, such as Cala Mitjana, are just a short stroll along the coast.

Best things to do in Cala Galdana

Be a beach bum

Cala Galdana beach is considered one of the finest on Menorca. Located in a protected bay, the calm sea is ideal for swimming, and there are numerous water-based activities available.

Head into town

Ferreries is the nearest town to Cala Galdana, and worth a visit. The highest town on the island, it houses a pretty church, while the dramatic surrounding landscape features many gorges.

Visit a tomb

If you have a car, a visit to the megalithic chamber tomb of Naveta d’Es Tudons makes for an interesting cultural excursion, and the historical site is well-preserved.