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Find information on Cala n Forcat in our Travel Guide covering sights, foods and nightlife plus more...
Cala n Forcat lies in the rocky west coast of Menorca, fifty kilometres from the capital Mahon and five kilometres west of the old capital Cuitadella. It has a transfer time from the airport of seventy to ninety minutes. Cala n Forcat and its near neighbours of Cala n Blanes and Los Delfines have almost merged into one resort and are considered to be the liveliest on the island. Cala n Forcat holidays are great for families and young people as bathing is safe and there is much to entertain them.
If you are looking for a guarantee of summer sunshine in an area of great natural beauty with a good number of recreational activities and lively evening entertainment, a Cala n Forcat holiday may be just the ticket.
A Cala n Forcat holiday is very popular with families, especially those with small children. The safe shallow waters of the sandy cove offer ideal conditions for children and less confident swimmers. It also attracts couples of all ages as well as groups of young adults drawn by the lively night spots.
The Cala n Forcat holiday season begins in April and ends at the end of October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Once a deserted headland on the western tip of Menorca, Cala n Forcat and its neighbours Cala n Blanes and Los Delfines were born in the eighties and are now very popular resorts, particularly with the British. Apart from one or two large hotel complexes, Cala n Forcat accommodation is many self-catering apartments. There are restaurants galore, many of them serving British fare for the less adventurous palate. Shopping is largely limited to groceries, beach items and holiday souvenirs. Since the old capital Cuitadella is only a short bus ride away, this matters little. Here you can enjoy the shops as well as the beauty of the architecture reflecting the glory of its past.
Holidays in Cala n Forcat are very child centred. The water park for instance is more suited to young children than those seeking heart-stopping thrills. The deep inlet sheltered by high rocks on one side and with bathing platforms on the other has very shallow, warm water, ideal for young paddlers and weak swimmers. Further out, conditions are perfect for snorkelling and diving.
A mini-train runs between Cala n Forcat and its neighbours which increases your choice of beaches and recreational activities.
Cala n Forcat holidays are all about sun, sea and relaxation.
Cala n Forcat nightlife is lively when compared with other Menorcan resorts, but it is on a different scale from that which is applied to resorts such as Magaluf. There are many bars and discos which provide vibrant evenings but there are no nightclubs.
Cala n Forcat shopping is ideal for groceries, beach goods and holiday souvenirs. For boutiques and a wider choice of goods, take the short bus trip to Cuitadella where you will find all you need. Popular purchases include leather goods, jewellery, ceramics and embroidered linens.
Cala n Forcat has a large number of restaurants, bars, cafes and fast food outlets which cater for even the most pernickety of palates. Eating is generally inexpensive and local wines are good value.