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Cala 'n Forcat Holidays

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CurrencyEUR: Euro LanguageSpanish Flight Duration2 hours 15 minutes (from the UK) Time ZoneGMT +1 hour

Cala’n Forcat was built in the late 80s to cope with demand for holidays in Menorca, but it’s still world away from the high rise resorts that can be found on Spain’s mainland. This lively town may only have a tiny beach but there are plenty of other bays to explore nearby including the lovely Cala’n Blanes. British families head to Cala’n Forcat again and again for the family-friendly vibe.

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Great Things to Do

Cala’n Forcat is all about fun in the sun, whether that means lazing on the beach or having a splash in the shallow sea with the little ones.

Embrace Your Britishness

There are lots of British bars and restaurants to choose from in Cala’n Forcat, but because this is low key Menorca, thankfully they come without the off-putting lager lout reputation. And it’s not just the availability of chips that makes dining with kids a doddle here – lots of places lay on great children’s entertainment.

Sunbathe Like A Seal

Cala’n Forcat’s tiny beach may be small but its safe, shallow waters create a perfect bay to enjoy paddling and swimming with the kids. When you’ve finished your dip, grab a spot on the surrounding rocks for an afternoon snooze, seal-style – they make fantastic sunbathing platforms and bases for snorkelers.

Culture in Ciutadella

These days the capital of Menorca is Mahon, but the former capital of Ciutadella is widely considered to be far more beautiful. Culture vultures will love exploring the historic museums and churches, but if shopping for quality souvenirs is more your thing, just follow the cobbled streets until you find something tempting.

Splash the Day Away

The resorts of Cala’n Forcat, Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines all run into each other, so no visit to Cala’n Forcat is complete without a day at the Aqua Center waterpark in Los Delfines. It might not keep hard-to-please teens happy all day but there’s plenty here for a full day out for younger families.

Getting Around

As Cala’n Forcat is a modern, purpose-built resort, it’s got great public transport and road links to the airport and elsewhere. But because it forms a bigger resort with Los Delfines and Cala’n Blanes, many tourists prefer to hire a car. The mini train is also a fab, fun-filled way to get from A to B, and you always have the option of a taxi.

By Bus

Getting to Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines takes just minutes on the bus – just make sure you have change before you board. The route ends in historic Ciutadella where you can connect to other places on the island.

By Car

The road from the airport is modern so, if you hire a car, it’s as easy as picking it up and remembering to drive on the right. As Cala’n Forcat’s beach is a small inlet, many tourists opt for car hire to explore other beaches.

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Passports and Visas

British citizens don’t require a visa to enter Menorca but make sure your passport is valid. The most recent guidelines can be found at For more information and advice, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements or the Foreign Office at www.fco.gov.uk/en/

Health and Safety

Remember to get relevant travel and medical insurance for your trip and check that you have an up to date EHIC for emergency treatment. For more info, see www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health

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