Holidays in
Calan Forcat

A lively resort with secluded coves

On the western tip of Menorca, Cala’n Forcat holidays offer coastal scenery, fun in the sun, delicious food and drink, and a hefty dose of culture. Cala’n Forcat has small, secluded cove beaches and is also close to many others in the area, which can be reached on foot or by a mini train that runs for much of the year. A well-developed resort, it has an abundance of restaurants, bars and cafés, as well as supermarkets and souvenir shops.

For holidaymakers keen to get out and about, Cala’n Forcat is the perfect spot from which to take boat excursions, while those interested in culture will enjoy a trip to nearby Ciutadella, the second biggest city on the island. With its historic buildings and picturesque port, it’s a pleasant place to simply stroll around, and also provides bus access to a number of other attractions. With beautiful beaches on the doorstep and the city within easy reach, holidays to Cala’n Forcat encompass the best of Menorca.

Your Cala’n Forcat questions, answered

Cala’n Forcat is one of the island’s more developed resorts, which makes it good for shops and restaurants. For variety, Cala’n Bruc and Cala’n Blanes are both within walking distance.

The beaches of Cala’n Forcat are located in small, secluded inlets, and there are many others in the area. Buses from Ciutadella serve those further afield, too.

Cala’n Forcat benefits from easy access to other nearby ‘mini resorts’ as well as Ciutadella, from where you can reach a number of attractions further inland or around the coast.

Best things to do in Cala’n Forcat

Have a picnic

Pont d’en Gil is a natural coastal arch within easy reach of Cala’n Forcat on foot. Take a picnic and watch the sun go down at this rocky but scenic spot.

Get on the water

Whether it’s boat rental, a guided tour or a day excursion (from Ciutadella), this part of the island is ideal for holidaymakers looking to mess about in boats.

Visit the city

Ciutadella is less than 15 minutes from Cala’n Forcat by car. Be sure to check out its lovely port and historic buildings, then enjoy its restaurants and nightlife.