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Luxuriate in our hotel in Menorca

Luxuriate in our hotel in Menorca, one of the small, enchanting islands forming part of Spain's Balearic Islands and covering 701 km2. The destination lies amid the western Mediterranean Sea and has the third largest population of the islands. It is known as Minorca to contrast its size with the larger Mallorca.   

Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1993, Menorca offers visitors a wide variety of environments and nature, as well as a culture imprinted with 5,000 years of history, which make it very special.
Heavenly beaches of white sand and crystal-clear waters, cliffs and country paths leading to every corner, and where you can find magnificent archaeological remains, a tradition of horse-riding, and the most delicious cuisine, imbuing the island with a natural charm that makes it a very special destination.   

With 216 kilometres of of some of the best preserved coastline in the Mediterranean, the island has more than 70 beaches, which are certainly its main attraction, together with the hotels in Menorca. Most of the beaches have fine, light-coloured sand in the south, and coarser, reddish sand in the north, with the colour making a strong contrast with the clean, crystal-clear water.

It has become the ideal place for families wishing to relax in the hotels in Menorca, and combine cultural visits with some of the best beaches and coves. A place where nature and ecology live in perfect harmony with tourism and the hotels in Menorca.

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If you stay in our hotels in Minorca you should know: :


Citizens from all European Union countries can enter Spain without a visa and just need a current identity card or passport.

For stays of less than three months, citizens from the following countries only need a current passport: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Vatican City, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Panama, Paraguay, Republic of Korea, San Marino, Switzerland, Singapore, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Citizens of all other countries should check with the Spanish embassy in their country, or find the information on the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.

Travel insurance

There is public health care in Spain. EU citizens have the same right to health care as insured Spanish nationals if they present their European health insurance card.

It is recommended to take out travel insurance for faster attention.  


Menorca has a typically Mediterranean climate with an average annual temperature of 16.7ºC.

Health care

Health care can be obtained from:

  • Hospital Mateu Orfila (Menorca): Ronda de Malbúger, 1, 07703 Mahon-971 487 000

Useful telephone numbers:

  • Prefix for Spain: +34
  • Prefix for the Balearic Islands: 971
  • National police: 091
  • Municipal police: 092
  • Emergencies, fire service and civil protection: 112
  • Guardia Civil in Menorca: 971363297
  • Ambulances: 061

The official currency in Spain is the euro.


The official time in the Balearic Islands is the same as on mainland Spain, GMT+1.


Menorca has a population of 94,875.


Spanish and Catalan are the two official languages of Menorca.

What can you visit from hotels in Minorca

The island is a mix of unspoilt beaches and landscapes with fun tours you can take from your hotel in Menorca, to make your stay an endless flow of unique sensations.

The island has more than 70 beaches with crystal-clear waters that can be reached from your hotel in Menorca so that you can make the most of the greatest attraction on Menorca, which have 216 kilometres of some of the best preserved coast in the Mediterranean. Most of the beaches in the south have fine, white sand, in contrast to those of the north, which have coarser, reddish sand.


From your hotel in Menorca you can go the the southern beaches, such as Cala Turqueta, hidden amongst pine trees; Cala Macarella, between Cala Galdana and Cala Turqueta and next to Cala Macarelleta; Cala Galdana, one of the largest and with most amenities in the central part of Menorca; Cala Mitjana, next to Cala Galdana is easy to reach; Cala en Porter is set between huge cliffs.


While staying in your hotel in Menorca you can visit the beaches in the west of the island. These include Cala'n Bosch in the south-west and Cala Blanca, a delightful, small cove both near Ciudadela.


A place to go to spend a marvellous day near to your hotel en Menorca is on the reddish sand of Cala Pregonda, a very special cove in the north; La Vall is near Ciudadela on the north coast and very close to Cala Morell, whose necropolis is a good place to finish off a day on the beach.

To make the most of the most important places near your hotel in Menorca and find out more about the cultures that have formed the island's character, the best way is to visit museums, monuments and archaeological sites.

The prehistorical monuments on Menorca are the villages found all over the island: La Naveta des Tudons, Torralba d´en Salord, Torre den Gaumés and Cales Coves, Talatí de Dalt, the village of Trepucó, Torretrencada, Torrellafuda and the necropolis at Cala Morell, are just some of the ancient sites.

There are also numerous museums and galleries on the island, such as the Nature Museum in Ferreries; the Diocesan Museum and Municipal Museum in Bastió de Sa font in Ciutadella; the Menorca Museum and Hernandez-Sanz Museum in Mahon; and the Military Museum and Marlborough Fort in Es Castell.

There are plenty of excursions to make from your hotel in Menorca to awaken different senses in the midst of nature and visit grottos on land and underwater caves.    

The sea offers any number of attractions from swimming in the coves, to windsurfing, sailing, water-skiing, diving and fishing, which you can do from the many ports all along the coast near your hotel in Menorca: Mahón, Addaia, Fornells, Ciutadella and Cala en Bosc.

You can also enjoy the flora and fauna by taking a pleasant walk through the Albufera de Es Grau, Addaia, Son Saura and Son Bou nature reserves.

There are routes and excursions near to your hotels in Menorca for walking along the Camí de Cavalls, as well as cycling and horse-riding in some parts of the island, such as Mahon, Ferreries and Ciutadella.

Find out about the culture and leisure activities from your hotels in Menorca

A stay in our hotels in Menorca is an excellent choice for getting to know an island with the imprint of history left by the flow of civilisations that have settled there, from the French and British way back to the original Megalithic cultures, followed by Roman, Byzantine, Moorish and the Christian conquest in mediaeval times in 1287. All these influences have shaped Menorcan gastronomy, folklore and its spirit.
The culinary tradition in Menorca is based on mediaeval, Moorish and Catalan cooking, with inspiration from imaginative French cuisine, which has given rise to delicious fare handed down by ancestors, with the best-known being Caldereta de langosta lobster stew, Pastissets biscuits, Formatjades meat pies, Almond Carquiñols, Amargos almond biscuits, Crespells, which are biscuits usually made at Easter, Ensaimadas buns, Rice with spider crab and Pomada, a drink of local gin and lemonade, and the exquisite cheese from Mahon with its own denomination of origin and sobrassada. You can try all these delicacies in the bars and restaurants or hotels in Menorca, where they also serve the most popular gin from Menorca and the internationally famous gin from Mahon.
Menorca holds some of its biggest cultural events throughout the year in various parts of the island. These include the International Opera Week in Mahon, the Summer Music Festival and Capella Davídica choir concerts in Ciudadela; the international organ festival in Santa María, Mahon and the cathedral in Ciudadela. Recently, jazz concerts have also started up it has become more popular.
During the festivals in honour of the patron saints of towns on the island, the stars of the show are the famous Menorca horses, loved worldwide for their beauty and elegance. This age-old tradition has been held in Ciudadela since the 14th century in honour of its patron saint, St. John. 
There is a wide variety of hotels in Menorca, plus a lot of bars and areas with lively night life and a true Menorcan atmosphere. Some of the busiest zones with plenty of bars, taverns, restaurants, cafés and terraces are found in Mahon, the capital of Menorca, in the Anden Poniente and Muelle de Levante districts; at the port of Ciutadella, where there are venues with live music, discos, terraces, bars, restaurants and cafés to relax to the sound of the sea; also in Cala Fonts in Villacarlos.

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Our hotel in Menorca


Fiesta Hotel Castell Playa

We have a four-star hotel in Menorca, the Fiesta Hotel Castell Playa with all the facilities and services for a dream holiday, where you can enjoy various types of cuisine with show-cooking, a fantastic swimming-pool, chill-out zone, some great entertainment and much more. The hotel 264 fully renovated rooms with splendid views over D'Arenal d'en Castell bay and is just 8 kilometres away from the Son Parc golf club.

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