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Situated on Menorca's west coast to the south of Ciutadella

Friendly and unhurried, this attractive resort lies on the islands' west coast

Holidays to Sa Caleta are just the thing if you’re dreaming of a relaxing family holiday in the Mediterranean sunshine.

Set on the west coast of Menorca this small picturesque resort has all the ingredients for an utterly amazing holiday. Set within a stunning bay, the powdery soft sands of the petite beach are just perfect for lazing around or playing with the children and the calm sapphire waters are safe for little feet to cool off.

Within the centre of the resort there are a handful of souvenir shops and minimarkets to pick up everything you need on your holidays in Sa Caleta. Evenings are pretty relaxed in this resort; with a selection of rustic tavernas serving delicious cuisines and low-key nightlife it makes the perfect end to a tranquil day.

Quick Sa Caleta Tips

The currency you'll need for your holidays to Sa Caleta is the Euro

Transfer times from Menorca airport (MAH) to Sa Caleta take approximately 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes

Perhaps the best known seafood dish is the “caldereta de llagosta”, a delicious and succulent lobster stew served on fine slices of toast.

Laid-back holidays are what Sa Caleta is all about.

If you’re looking for a change of scenery on your Sa Caleta holidays then head to nearby Cuidadela, just 2km away. The winding back streets of this vibrant resort are lined with chic boutiques and there’s a fabulous weekly market to pick up some great bargains. Nightlife in Cuidadela is much livelier than its neighbour with a wider selection of restaurants and bars to choose from.

If lazy days on the beach surrounded by breathtaking scenery and dazzling sunshine appeal to you, don’t delay book your holidays to Sa Caleta here at today.

Top Places to visit

Wander the cobbled streets of the islands old capital marvelling at the medieval architecture and Moorish designs. Gothic churches and the Town Hall Square sit among lavish palaces and taking a guided tour is a good way of making sure you don’t miss a thing.