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Villa Ayana is a charming holiday villa with air conditioning set in its own garden with a private swimming pool. Ideally located close to local amenities, the villa is also just a short walk from the sandy beach at Cala Blanca.
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50.0 km from Mahon
Villa Michelle has an ideal holiday villa location with similar neighbouring properties, just a short walk from the beach at Cala Blanca and other useful local amenities. The quiet resort of Cala Blanca has sandy beaches fringed with pine trees, and soft white sand sloping gently into the Mediterranean. For this reason, the resort is popular with families and those wanting to sunbathe and snorkel, a small beachside water slide adding to its attraction for children. You can buy refreshments in one of the array of bars and restaurants in the resort, some of which overlook the beach so you can enjoy the lovely sea view whilst having lunch.
A wide range of water sports are available at many of the local beaches and you can also go horse-riding, cycling, play tennis or just wander on a peaceful walk through the undulating Menorcan countryside. For a fun family day out, visit the Aqua Center water park at Ciutadella or the Water Rock aqua park at nearby Cala en Bosch.
Ciutadella, the second city and ancient capital of Menorca, is just 5 kilometres north of Cala Blanca. Mahon may have capital city status, but Ciutadella is still considered the religious and cultural capital of the island.distinguished city. The city has a long and chequered history, and its past conquerors have all left their mark on Ciutadella’s interesting architecture. The city square, considered one of Spain’s finest, is dotted with palm trees and has a variety of chic little bars and cafes where you can rest with a cup of coffee and watch the world go by. A colourful market takes place here on Fridays and Saturdays and elsewhere in the city there is something for all visitors’ tastes, with traditional boutiques, shops and museums set amidst cosmopolitan cafes, bars and restaurants. The port itself bustles with private yachts, tiny sailing boats and larger passenger ferries travelling to and fro between Menorca and Mallorca.
Cala Galdana, about half and hour to the east, is one of the most ecologically important coves on the island and is also reputedly one of the most beautiful. The deep horseshoe bay with its sloping sandy beach is backed by high limestone cliffs. Nestled in the pine trees behind the beach is a bar/ restaurant and parking is available nearby. Boat tours can be arranged locally so that you can explore the coastline’s hidden coves and inlets, or you can simply spend time sunbathing on the sand and cooling off in the calm turquoise water. Wind-surfing and snorkelling equipment is available to hire.
The capital city of Mahon is just under an hour’s drive away. Mahon is built around the world’s second deepest natural harbour and this remains the heart of the city with streams of cargo ships and boats sailing to and from Menorca. The city has a fascinating history, steeped in culture and there is an interesting mix of local tradition and more contemporary activities. For those seeking entertainment, the bars and restaurants bring the harbour to life at night.
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