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    Experience bliss on a holiday to Cala Blanca, a quaint relaxing town nestled on Menorca’s west coast blessed with an exotic expanse of soft sands and azure waters. Cala Blanca's charming beach is a glorious sandy cove beautifully framed by low cliffs and lush pine trees, while there's a marvellous mix of restaurants, shops and bars scattered nearby. Cala Blanca holidays are ideal for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle in tranquil surroundings, but if you do want to liven up the pace, a 15 minute drive will take you into Ciutadella – resplendent with boutiques, bars, baroque buildings and a beautiful harbour. Head into Menorca's charming capital Mahon for a tantalising taste of traditional Spain and if you're travelling with kids, a trip to family favourite Lloc de Menorca zoological park is a must! Holidays to Cala Blanca are famous for their spectacular sunsets, so round off the day with a refreshing cocktail and catch the best views across Cala Blanca.

     

    Cala Blanca is best visited during the month of May. Days are pleasantly warm and you get a guaranteed warm sunshine almost every day. Menorca Airport, also known as Mahon Airport, is the nearest airport at a distance of 35km from Cala Blanca. Newest among the other resort towns in Menorca, Cala Blanca also runs shuttle and mini bus services from the airport. Idyllic yet complete with all perks for a traveller, holidays in Cala Blanca are among the best Spanish experiences in Balearic Islands.

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    Cala Blanca's Coastal Scenery

    Make the most of the coastal scenery with a gentle stroll or even a full on hike along the easy to navigate network of coastal paths – just the thing to work off that three course waterfront lunch! Those who prefer to do their exploring underwater will love the opportunity to go snorkelling or diving at Cala Blanca's popular diving sites. Grab your flippers and get ready to explore some of the best sites on the East Coast, including Malakoff, Pont d'en Gil, Cala'n Forcat, Tunel Vision and beyond!

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    Shop in Ciutadella

    Take a trip to the historic town of Ciutadella, which is only 15 minutes away by car. Get pleasantly lost in the cobbled streets as you admire the grand mansions and churches of yesteryear and don’t forget to stop for tapas once you’ve finished your souvenir shopping! Round the day off with a sunset stroll around the marina port, admiring the bobbing yachts and colourful buildings that surround the glistening waters.

     
    Watch The Sunset From The Blarney Stone

     

    Watch The Sunset From The Blarney Stone

    Cala Blanca’s wonderful western position means it puts on a free stunning spectacle every night with its legendary sunsets. A display like this deserves an appreciative audience, so find yourself a table on the terrace at one of the resort's restaurants or head to The Blarney Stone and take the time to watch day turn to dusk against this amazing backdrop.

     
    Menorca's Sandy Coves

     

     

    Menorca's Sandy Coves

    This part of Menorca’s golden coastline has lots of attractive little coves to sunbathe, paddle, splash and picnic on. For a change of scene, make sure you take the time to visit nearby Cala Santandria and Sa Caleta, which boast the same magical combination of golden sand and aquamarine water as Cala Blanca.

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