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Why Visit Cala Blanca?

Cala Blanca is small charming seaside hideaway located on the west coast of the Balearic island Menorca. As a recently established resort it offers an unspoiled landscape to enjoy and many picturesque views to admire.

The beach is one of the resorts main highlights. However, there is so much more to experience in and around Cala Blanca. Enjoy the many watersport activities, take a boat excursion visiting all the hidden beaches of Menorca, have a fun game of mini golf or take an evening stroll around Cala Blanca and admire the beautiful scenery.

Couples and families alike will love their stay at Cala Blanca resort. Whether your idea of a perfect holiday is lounging on the beach or keeping active.

Flights operate from Dublin twice a week to Menorca airport with an estimated flight time of two hours 40 minutes - There’s always great deals on holidays to Cala Blanca. From the airport, it is approximately a 40-minute drive to reach the resort. 

Things to do in Cala Blanca

Attractions

Explore the resort and take part in the many activities that it is has to offer.  

  • Take the scenic route and go for a stroll along Cala Blancas low lying cliffs and take in the views of Majorca’s mountains.
  • Rent a bike and cycle the Cami de Cavalls path that stretches 186km and encircles the island of Menorca.
  • Take a scuba diving lesson and explore the islands aquatic life.

Nightlife

Cala Blanca is not known for having a very outgoing nightlife scene. The resort has a range of cafes, restaurants and bars to choose from, with some bars offering live music/ entertainment. However, only a short distance away a livelier nightlife scene can be found in Ciutadella, here you can dance the night away in one of its many nightclubs.

Dining Out

Along Playa Cala Blanca and Playa Santandria beach, many waterside restaurants can be found serving local and international cuisine. Perfect for grabbing a bite to eat while at the beach, or for a romantic evening meal.

For Families 

Menorca’s biggest waterpark, Aqua Rock water park offers a great day out for all the family. Children and adults will have hours of fun enjoying the various waterslides, pools and attractions.

 Beaches

Playa Cala Blanca beach is a small but beautiful bay offering unspoiled scenery, enclosed by cliffs and trees. It’s the perfect safe haven for a day of blissful relaxation. Playa Santandria beach on the other hand is the perfect beach for children, offering a sandy oasis with calm waters, making it an excellent spot to splash around in the sea, to go swimming, snorkeling or even scuba diving.

Best Time to Go

As Cala Blanca has a Mediterranean climate it experiences hot, dry summers and mild winters. However, the best and most popular time to visit is during the summer months with temperatures ranging from 18 to 29 degrees.

Local Info

Currency 

Euro is used in Cala Blanca.

Time Zone

Cala Blanca is one hour ahead of Irish time.

Getting around

Cala Blanca has a good transport system with buses running regularly and taxis are widely available. Car hire is also an option and a good idea if you wish to venture outside Cala Blanca and explore the island of Menorca.