Holidays to Menorca are steeped in luxury and the stunning resort of Cala’n Blanes is no exception. Situated on the island’s rugged west coast, this picturesque destination is both vibrant and lively with plenty for holidaymakers of all ages. Book your dream stay with Holiday Gems for an unforgettable 2024 or 2025 Menorca holiday.
Cala’n Blanes is a paradise, with several wonderful beaches, a wide selection of bars and restaurants and numerous activities for the kids to enjoy. The resort’s unrivalled location means you’re just a short distance from all the action with nearby Los Delfines and Cala’n Forcat also worth a visit.
When the sun goes down, Cala’n Forcat comes alive. The nightlife in Menorca is often a low-key affair compared to the other two main Balearic islands but there’s plenty to enjoy in the evening with a fine selection of bars and restaurants.
As for the weather, Cala’n Blanes is not dissimilar to any other Menorca resort, meaning scorching hot summers and mild winters for winter sun seekers.
Read on for a more detailed overview of the weather in Cala’n Blanes throughout the year:
In January and February, Cala’n Blanes is popular with those looking for winter sun and an escape from the UK’s freezing cold weather. The temperature often falls around 12 degrees Celsius and is pleasantly mild.
In March and April, the temperature increases to around 15 degrees giving the place a mild to warm feeling. Sunny days are common during this time, making Cala’n Blanes ideal for Easter holiday breaks.
In May, Cala’n Blanes the first signs of summer can be felt with the temperature averaging about 18 degrees. This is a great time to get a cheap holiday deal before the schools break up for the holidays.
Cala’n Blanes in June sees the temperature break into the early 20s. The sun is out, the sea is warm and the beach is the only place to be.
July and August in Cala’n Blanes are by far the region’s hottest months. During this time, temperatures soar to the mid to high 20s and stay there. The hottest days - and there are many - have been known to reach 30.
Cala’n Blanes in September is still fairly hot for anyone hoping for a very late summer break. Most days still enjoy temperatures in between the early to mid 20s.
Things start to cool down ever so slightly in October. It may be time to don your winter coat in the UK, but not in Cala’n Blanes. Expect the sun to shine with temperatures of around 18 degrees.
Compared to the UK, winter in Menorca is pleasant - as far as the weather is concerned anyway. In November and December, Cala’n Blanes’ temperature drops to a mild 12 degrees.
Cala’n Blanes holidays are perfect for families, groups, couples and solo travellers. The resort’s enviable location means you’re just a short distance from all of the island’s best sights, including the nearby historic city of Ciutadella - a must-see during any Menorca break.
You’ll find everything you could possibly need for the perfect break around Cala’n Blanes, including a fine selection of restaurants, beautiful beaches, family-friendly activities and excellent transport links.
If you’re looking for a lesser known alternative to Majorca or Ibiza, a 2024/2025 holiday to Cala’n Blanes in Menorca could be for you. We’ve a fine selection of holidays, with numerous cheap flight options, all inclusive hotels and self catering apartments. Don’t delay, book the holiday of a lifetime with Holiday Gems.
You set the pace on a holiday to Cala’n Blanes; take it easy or enjoy an action-packed stay that’s filled with activities. We’ve listed some of our favourite activities and things to do in Cala’n Blanes to help you prepare for your break.
A trip to the beach is essential for anyone going on holiday to Cala’n Blanes. Backed by beautiful palm trees and served by a quaint bar, the picturesque bay will leave you breathless. Want to make most of your day out? Hire a pedalo and explore the Mediterranean’s turquoise waters.
Want to get out and explore more of Menorca? Ciutadella is just a 20 minute bus ride away from Cala’n Blanes and is well worth a visit for its stunning harbour, Gothic architecture and winding cobbled streets where you’ll find traditional shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants.
Thrillseekers, why not test your skills on the waves by taking part in one of the many water sports activities on offer in Cala’n Blanes. From kiteboarding to jet skiing, there’s plenty of fun to be had here.
Want to explore a world underneath the sea? There are a number of dive centres in Cala’n Blanes and the surrounding areas to help you scuba dive.
Nothing beats a night out abroad! You’ll find a number of great bars and nightclubs dotted around Cala’n Blanes for a fantastic night out.
Looking for something a little different? Head to the Hipodrom Torre del Ram race course for a spot of horse racing! It’s a traditional Spanish pastime and a fantastic day out for the whole family.