Tranquility away from the hustle and bustle

Santo Tomas holidays are all about offering a tranquil and relaxed beach holiday base, away from any hustle and bustle, nestling quietly on the south coast of Menorca.

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Peaceful but with plenty to do

Its white sandy beaches slope gently into the calm blue waters of the Mediterranean, sheltered by soft sand dunes and pine filled forests, with stunning surrounding countryside. Holidays in Santo Tomas provide an idyllic base which is popular with couples and families alike as although it is peaceful there is plenty to do if you need it. The local equestrian centre offers riding lessons for all ages and abilities, there are tennis courts available, mini golf and play areas, the kids will never be bored. Water sports are on offer and there’s a handy beach bar for relaxing again once you are done.

Accommodation is very reasonable and definitely family friendly with half board, bed and breakfast or good value self catering options available.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Relax and watch the amazing sunsets

On an evening take a stroll along the pedestrianised walkway running the length of the beach and home to some lovely bars and restaurants, relax and watch the amazing sunsets. Much of the nightlife you will discover on your Santo Tomas holidays will be hotel based but there are some excellent bars to choose from if you fancy a change.

A day trip to the capital Mahon or the typically Spanish Ciudadela, will give you an enjoyable alternative to the beach and a chance to snap up those souvenirs, as will the markets at Mercadal on a Sunday or Migjorn Gran on a Wednesday. Just a 45 minute walk along the cliffs will take you to the popular resort of Son Bou with one of the largest beaches in Menorca, but be careful; you need to pass the infamous nudist beach to get there! Book last minute cheap holidays to Santo Tomas online here at

Places to Visit


– The capital of the island, Mahon claims (amongst others) to have the second largest natural harbour in the world. It also boasts a gin distillery, some wonderful craft markets and quaint little pavement cafes.

Cruise the Coast

– A great way to see some of the highlights of Menorca, visit places like Sant Patrici, where the renowned Menorcan cheese is made. Cruise around one of the world’s deepest natural harbours, you can admire spectacular views of the majestic buildings that line the port of Mahon.