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A spacious villa, ideal for families, that sleeps up to eight people in the lovely beach resort of Cala Galdana. This villa is within walking distance of the beach, shops and restaurants and has its own private pool and terrace
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Cala Galdana 0.6 km
40.0 km from Mahon
Villa Galaxia is set on a hill, within walking distance of local shops and only 700 metres from the stunning beach of Cala Galanda. The resort of Cala Galdana is situated on the south-west coast of Menorca and is referred to locally as ‘the queen of the coves,’ as it is the most treasured and consistently photographed part on the island. The horseshoe-shaped beach here is surrounded by limestone cliffs and shrubs that look down upon the picturesque white sand and turquoise water in the bay. The sand here gently shelves into the water, making it an ideal place for young children to paddle safely. There are plenty of activities that make the most of the beautiful scenery, with snorkelling, scuba diving, cycling or simply exploring the coastal paths on foot. There are chartered boat tours as well, which are a perfect way to discover the many coves and secluded beaches along the meandering southern coastline.
Cala Galdana is surrounded by a rocky landscape and its main beach is situated at the opening of the Algendar Gorge which leads inland as far as the town of Ferreries. Algendar is considered the most impressive gorge on the island.
Ferreries is 7 kilometres north of Cala Galdana, and 150 metres above sea level, making it the highest town in all of Menorca. The town of Ferreries is very quiet, with the exception of its farmers’ market held on Tuesdays and Fridays, but is an ideal starting point for those whishing to trek up and around s’Enlusa - the island’s second highest mountain which sits just beside the town.
The historic town of Ciutadella, 22 kilometres north-west of Cala Galdana, was the original capital of Minorca before the British moved it to Mahon. To local Menorcans though still considered it to be the religious capital of the island. Ciutadella has been at the heart of many invasions throughout Menorca’s history, and many nations have since captured or conquered the island and laid claim to the city. Visitors to Ciutadella are often surprised with its colourful mixture of culture and activity. The town is a maze of narrow streets and larger avenues, with traditional shops and cosmopolitan cafes, bars and restaurants all capturing the many influences of the town’s unique legacy, and offering something different for every tourist to discover.
The island’s official capital, Mahon, is situated on the eastern side of Menorca, 35 Kilometres from Cala Galdana, and is home to the world’s second deepest natural harbour (Maó). The port here is steeped in history and flows with ships and yachts all day. The city itself is a vibrant mixture of cultures, with live music venues, clubs, bars and restaurants all competing for business with locals and tourists alike.
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