Holidays to Menorca are known for offering affordable luxury, fun activities, warm weather and relaxation. If this sounds like your idea of paradise, we strongly recommend a visit to the beautiful resort of Cala’n Forcat.
Cala’n Forcat sits between the popular resorts of Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines. The three resorts make up the island’s stunning west coast, where you’ll find numerous bars, restaurants, activity centres and a few of Menorca’s best beaches.
The town itself has a secluded feel about it, but Cala’n Forcat holidays are anything but exclusive. The town has a welcoming atmosphere and is suitable for both families and couples who are looking to get away from it all. We guarantee you’ll fall in love the second you arrive here. Book your dream holiday for 2020 or 2021 with Holiday Gems today.
Golden beaches, scenic landscapes, traditional tapas restaurants, quaint boutiques and year-round sunshine… what’s not to love about Cala’n Forcat?
If you’re tempted, we can’t blame you. For a slice of Menorcan paradise, that won’t cost you the earth, book dream getaway with Holiday Gems. Browse our fantastic selection of self catering apartments and villas or all inclusive hotels to find your perfect 2020 or 2021 holiday.
So what you can expect from the weather in Cala’n Forcat? The warm Mediterranean climate makes Cala’n Forcat a fantastic option for holidays, whatever the time year. To help you decide when to visit, we’ve penned an overview of the weather throughout the year.
In January and February, Cala’n Forcat enjoys cool temperatures of 12 degrees Celsius. While the UK shivers, Menorca stays nice and mild.
In March and April, Cala’n Forcat welcomes spring with temperatures increasing to the 15 mark on most days. Planning an early Easter holiday? We recommend booking way in advance to get a good deal.
In May, Cala’n Forcat’s temperature increases to around 18 degrees. The weather is noticeably warmer as we move into summer.
In June, there’s no question that summer is back in Cala’n Forcat. The temperature sits comfortably in the early to mid 20s, so pack your sunscreen, flip flops and a pair of shades.
July and August are undoubtedly Cala’n Forcat’s hottest months, with the temperature rarely dropping below 25. Sun-seekers will be encouraged to hear that the hottest days can reach 28-30.
In September, Cala’n Forcat’s hot weather shows no sign of stopping. It might as well still be summer in this part of Menorca with temperatures reaching the early 20s.
In October, Cala’n Forcat welcomes the Balearic autumn - if you can even call it that. There’s no need to pack an umbrella or winter coat, with average temperatures of 18 degrees.
You’d think even Cala’n Forcat would be a little cold in November and December. Fortunately it’s anything but, with temperatures averaging around 12-14.
One thing we love most about Cala’n Forcat is that there’s no pressure to do and see everything.
Sometimes the most rewarding days here are the ones spent relaxing by one of the region’s hidden coves, where you’ll find golden sands and warm waters. But that’s not to say Cala’n Forcat is without its share of activities. We’ve hand-picked our favourite things to do in Cala’n Forcat to help you prepare for your holiday.
Menorca’s beaches are renowned for their secluded and idyllic feel. There are plenty of options in Cala’n Forcat with not one, but three main beaches to choose from. Cala’n Forcat beach is right on your doorstep, but public transport links also provide easy access to the region’s neighbouring coastal resorts.
Who doesn’t love water sports? Jet skiing, parasailing, surfing… the list goes on and on. If you’re hoping to test your skills on the waves, you’ll want to head to the dive centre in nearby Cala’n Blanca.
Cala’n Forcat is a family holiday destination through and through, with plenty going on for visitors of all ages. If you’re travelling with children, treat them to a day at the resort’s fun-filled water park or jump straight into it on the trampolines. Fancy yourself as a bit of a Rory Mcllroy? Prove it on the mini golf course.
You can’t come to this part of Menorca without a trip to the nearby historic town of Ciutadella. The bustling Menorca tourist hotspot is just a short 20 minute bus ride from Cala’n Forcat and well worth the visit. Breathtaking Gothic architecture, traditional restaurants, quaint boutiques and a beautiful harbour are among the main sights here.