Whether your chilling out in Menorca or dancing the night away in Ibiza, the Balearic spirit never disappoints.
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Es Cana in Ibiza... This is a great location for the family and kids to just lounge. It's full of different enjoyable activities that kids of all ages will love. As the parents lap up the beautiful sun in Es Cana the kids will be having the time of their lives.
Cala Bona’s best attraction has to be its seafront promenade. It goes on for miles, past the delightful boat harbour, by the shops, restaurants, bars and cafes on to hotels which offer magnificent views of the beach and out to sea. If you keep going along the promenade you some how find yourself in Cala Millor about half an hour away if you are walking and taking in the most wonderful seaside views as you go. We came upon Cala Bona after a walk up to a hillside market-day in a superb, historic town. It was hot and we thought we’d go in to Cala Bona to have a coffee but I must confess I had the most delicious Sangria at midday. How naughty is that. Another day we returned and sat in a delightful café on the waterfront, out on the promenade and just before midday I ordered a coffee and rum! Drinking in the morning is a bit of a worry but not in Cala Bona. It was just the right thing to do. The promenade has plenty of seating, trees and other ways to spend time relaxing but we just loved sitting at the café we chose and I took many photos of nearby, colourful attractions like a cart full of pumpkins, gourds and other strange things from that same family of vegetables, doors and flower-bedecked window boxes keep the camera busy. There were piles of beach chairs stacked up beside the beach so I guess if you wanted to spend your Cala Bona promenade time by lying beside the promenade, on the sand, you would be well pleased if sunbathing is your thing. Cala Bona is clean, bright, colourful and you can stay in a variety of accommodation, right beside the sea, listening to the waves ... heaven in Majorca for sure.
Palma in Majorca has a great old town. Walking down lovely quaint streets you are often met with explosions of colour from flowers, food, sunsets and more
Cala Santandria in Menorca is an idyllic bay with calm water, a pristine beach and discrete whitewashed accommodation that speaks of peace, tranquility and quite contemplation
Cala Santandria was a little slice of heaven, no a BIG slice of heaven. In fact it's a big slice of heaven in between two pieces of awesome sour-dough bread, with angel mustard, served with your choice of wonderful chips!
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