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Cala Blanca

Perhaps it's the white sandy beaches or year-long sunshine that makes Cala Blanca holidays so popular with visitors to Menorca. It could be the resort’s relaxed atmosphere or the fantastic selection of family-friendly hotels and activities. Whatever it is, Cala Blanca is a Balearic paradise that’s just waiting to be discovered.

Situated on the island’s sun-soaked west coast, this sublime part of the Mediterranean has long been a favoured by families and couples and it’s little wonder why. There’s something for all ages here, from scenic walks and quaint boutiques to water sports and night time entertainment.

We’ve no doubt you’ll love Cala Blanca and all it has to offer. If you’re looking for the perfect holiday to Menorca, you’re guaranteed to find it here in this magnificent resort. We’ve a superb selection of self catering and all inclusive Cala Blanca hotels, villas and apartments. Book your dream holiday for 2019 or 2020 today.

In the meantime, read on to find out more information about the weather in Cala Blanca. Scorching summers and mild winters make this Mediterranean hotspot a must, whatever the time of year.

  • In January and February, mild temperatures of around 12 degrees Celsius and a cool sea breeze make Cala Blanca an attractive prospect. Escape the UK’s big winter chill for a relaxing winter sun break.

  • In March and April, Cala Blanca begins to warm up with the introduction of spring. Holidaymakers can expect pleasant temperatures of around 15 degrees.

  • In May, Cala Blanca enjoys longer days and a greater amount of sunshine. The temperature usually remains around the 18 mark but certain days can hit 20.

  • In June, Cala Blanca enjoys much hotter weather with temperatures sitting comfortably in the early 20s. June is the perfect time to bag an early summer deal before the schools close.

  • There’s a reason why Cala Blanca is so busy in July and August. Menorca’s hottest months enjoy scorching temperatures of 25 upwards.

  • In September, summer certainly isn’t over. Cala Blanca still remains hot with temperatures still averaging around the low to mid 20s.

  • In October, Cala Blanca begins to cool down ever so slightly. But don’t expect blustery winds. Autumn in the Balearics enjoys warm temperatures of around 18.

  • In November and December, Cala Blanca is cooler and more mild. 12 - 15 degrees is common around this time, but the sun still shines brightly.

Cala Blanca holidays are a taste of Balearic paradise

There's no doubting Cala Blanca's credentials as one of Menorca's most sought after holiday destinations. It's little wonder why so many couples and families come back year after year. Inspired? Book your dream 2019 or 2020 holiday to this stellar Menorca resort today. Browse our selection of all inclusive and self catering hotels to find your perfect break. 

USEFUL INFORMATION
Currency: Euro
Language: Catalan and Spanish
Local Time: GMT+2
Flight time: Approx. 3 Hour flight from UK

Sagitario Playa

Cala Blanca


General Description: Sagitario Playa in Cala Blanca/Santandria has 72 rooms, spread over 2 floors. The staff in this 2 storey hotel speaks English, German, Italian and Spanish. For guests who wish to be mobile, bicycle rental can be arranged. Sunshades an...
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Activities

Menorca holidays are much more relaxed than the other two Balearic islands, but that’s exactly what we love about it. Cala Blanca is the same and offers holidaymakers the best of both worlds. There’s plenty going on, but there’s no pressure to do it all. We’ve listed some of our favourite things to do in Cala Blanca to help you prepare for your break.

Spend a day, or night, in Santandria

There’s no need to stay in one place during your holiday. Cala Blanca boasts excellent transport links to all of Menorca’s main resorts, including neighbouring Santandria. The town is slightly bigger than Cala Blanca, with a wide selection of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Scuba diving and snorkelling

The Mediterranean Sea’s clear blue waters are perfect for diving and snorkelling. You don’t have to be a professional, just head to Cala Blanca’s main dive centre. After learning the basics of diving, you’ll be able to head out on an underwater exploration.

Discover authentic Spanish cuisine in Cala Blanca’s tapas bars

You’ll find sumptuous Spanish cuisine in Cala Blanca’s many fantastic tapas bars and restaurants. Accompany your small plates with a local beer or wine for the authentic Mediterranean experience.

Sunbathe on Cala Blanca’s white sandy beach

Menorca beaches are idyllic and relaxed. In Cala Blanca, soft white sands and clear azure waters are backed by verdant greenery - it’s paradise found. Sit back, relax and watch the world go by.

Kids’ clubs

Most Cala Blanca hotels offer a kids’ club or fun selection of activities for your little one to enjoy. Join in the fun or sit back and relax while they play with trained childcare staff in a safe and colourful environment.


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