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- Cala Galdana
Es Cuco, is a small complex of 9 apartments built just 100 meters from the beach of Cala Galdana. Surrounded by nature located next to one of the best known rivers in Menorca, next to the Algendar Nature Reserve Park. From our location we can reach the famous "Camí de Cavalls", and walk to the virgin southern beaches Cala Mitjana and Cala Mitjaneta, as well as other emblematic beaches such as Macarella, Macarelleta or Turqueta.
- Entire rental unit
- Cala Galdana
IMPORTANT: In response to COVID-19, this property has extended cleaning & disinfection measures & protocols to guarantee the safety of our guests. Casa Cris is a beautiful duplex with private pool that stands out for its amazing views and for being placed just one minute walk from the shopping area and the beach of Cala Galdana.
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Beautiful apartments located in one of the best beaches in Menorca, in the development of Cala Galdana (Serpentona). They are renovated and have all the necessary equipment to enjoy a well-deserved rest. Apartments ideal for families and without stairs. They have a very nice terrace and ideal for relaxing. They have air conditioning, WIFI and a laundry room with washing machine, iron and ironing board. They are located in a very quiet and central area.
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Your guide to Cala Galdana
All About Cala Galdana
Cala Galdana is an idyllic resort village located on the south coast of Menorca, part of Spain’s Balearic Islands. The main draw here is the spectacular beach. Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in Menorca, it forms a large crescent-shaped cove boasting silky white sands and clear, calm waters, offering safe swimming for all. The conditions are also ideal for water sports like kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and pedal boarding, with all the equipment you need available to rent. You can also rent sunbeds and umbrellas. When you need a break from the beach, you can browse the gift shops or enjoy a meal in a nearby restaurant serving authentic Menorcan cuisine, as well as more British-style menus.
Striking limestone cliffs surround Cala Galdana, and there are several scenic walking trails to nearby secluded beaches. You can also follow the path along the Algendar Gorge, where you’ll spot a variety of local birdlife and, during spring, you’ll be treated to an abundance of blooming wildflowers.
How do I get around Cala Galdana?
Menorca Airport (MAH) is in the town of Mahon, which is around a 45-minute drive from Cala Galdana. You can fly to Menorca from many UK cities. There is a direct bus service to take you to Cala Galdana from the airport, and there are also many taxis and private shuttle services available. You also have the option to rent a car at the airport, which will offer the convenience of travelling to nearby towns and beaches at your own pace. Once you arrive, the village is small and easy to explore on foot. There are buses and taxis available to take you to nearby towns like Ferreries and Ciutadella.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cala Galdana?
Cala Galdana experiences a Mediterranean climate, with warm sunshine almost year-round, perfect for enjoying your stay in the village. June through August are the hottest months, so ensure you pack plenty of sunscreen and a hat. In June, Menorca’s biggest event, the Festival of Sant Joan, takes place in nearby Ciutadella. Dating back to the 14th century, the festival is a spectacle of parades, performances, music, and food. The spring and autumn may be some of the most pleasant times to book your Cala Galdana villa, as you won’t get the stifling hot temperatures you see in summer, but you can still expect plenty of warm, sunny days to enjoy the beach. Wintertime is much quieter in Cala Galdana, and although it will be cooler, there will be plenty of sunshine and mild weather.
What are the top things to do in Cala Galdana?
An easy three-mile walk from the bridge in Cala Galdana brings you to Cala Macarella, offering spectacular views of the coastline. You will be led over the limestone cliffs and through a shady pine forest, with several lookout points to stop and take in panoramic ocean views. Once you reach Macarella, you can cool down with a swim or relax on the white sandy beach. There is also a beach bar, where you can enjoy a well-earned drink before you start the trip back.
A short drive to the west coast of Cala Galdana takes you to Ciutadella, arguably the most picturesque city on Menorca. Here you’ll find a charming port, beautiful old quarter, and stunning plazas, including Placa d’es Born and the Plaça Libertat — which also features a covered market. Once you’re done exploring, you can enjoy an authentic Menorcan meal in one of the city’s many restaurants.
Naveta d’Es Tudons
Just out of town, you’ll find the Naveta d’Es Tudons — a monument built over 3,000 years ago from only stones. The naveta, which means vessel in Spanish, was believed to have been used as a large funeral chamber. Local archaeologists are amazed the structure is still in such great condition, given its exposed location and age, proving it to be a truly remarkable feat of construction.