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The laid-back resort of Cala Blanca is based around a small, pretty cove and golden sand beach – surrounded by pine trees. The beach boasts fine sand and crystal clear water, perfect for bathing, with several restaurants and bars and low-key evening entertainment overlooking the bay. Our villas are set in a quiet residential area of the resort, but the commercial centre is within walking distance, offering a pedestrianised shopping centre. Within Cala Blanca you will find souvenir shops, restaurants and a mini market. The resort is also just a short drive from the historic town of Ciutadella with its picturesque harbour and traditional architecture.
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Seafood is always great in the Balearic islands, it will always be fresh when you are by the sea. Menorca is particularly known for its ‘caldereta de llagosta’, a traditional lobster stew. The capital of Mahon is the origin of Menorca’s famous cheese, a distinctive square shape with an oily rind, with a creamy mild flavour made from cow’s milk. Of course, being in Spain, traditional tapas is widely available and popular as well.
Cala Blanca offers a more relaxing atmosphere, but there are also a good selection of pubs, clubs and live music bars. For an all-night dancing, head to nearby Ciutadella or Mahon.
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This lively and much anticipated annual Mahon fiesta heralds the end of the summer and is the last of the fiesta season that opens in june with the Fiestas of Sant Joan in Ciutadella.
Its time for the locals to let their hair down and relax after a busy tourist season and the onset of cool relief from the summer heat and is celebrated with gusto!
The ubiquitous black Arabian horses are ridden through the narrow streets performing "jaleos" - rearing on their hind legs whilst intrepid (or foolhardy?) locals try to touch their chests for luck!
The Fiestas end with spectacular fireworks, music and dancing and last long into the night.
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