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Es Canutell lies on the south east coast of Menorca fifteen kilometres from Mahon with a transfer time from the airport of twenty minutes. Es Canutell is a small unspoilt area situated on a hill above a tiny cove. Here you can relax in its tranquil atmosphere enjoying life lived in the slow lane. The small sand and pebble beach is washed by clear blue Mediterranean waters perfect for cooling down on a hot day. Accommodation includes all inclusive hotels, apartments and studios. There are a number of restaurants serving a variety of cuisine and shops for holiday essentials. An Es Canutell holiday offers complete relaxation in pretty surroundings close to the capital Mahon.
Es Canutell offers a guarantee of summer sun, relaxation on a tiny beach, a good range of accommodation and restaurants and sufficient shops for all your holiday needs. It also benefits from being only thirteen kilometres from Mahon.
An Es Canutell holiday is popular with a range of people from families to couples of all ages. The lack of a lively nightlife may deter the young singles market.
The holiday season in Es Canutell begins in April and lasts until late October with temperatures ranging from the twenties to the mid thirties.
Es Canutell, on the south east coast of Menorca, is a place that invites to lie back and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that pervades the air. Lying on a hill overlooking a tiny cove, it is an idyllic spot. With a small sand and pebble beach sheltered by rocky headlands, it is the ideal place to soak up the sun. If you decide to hire a car you will find many other small beaches nearby.
The accommodation in Es Canutell includes hotels offering all inclusive packages. These can be good value especially if you have children who are always thirsty and ice cream hungry. There are also many opportunities for self catering in apartments and studios.
Restaurants serve a variety of menus including fast foods, traditional fish dishes and international cuisine. There are shops for essential provisions as well as a number selling gifts and souvenirs.
Local buses run regularly to Mahon which is well worth a visit. There are many fine buildings and churches dotted among the narrow streets and the charming squares as well as exclusive boutiques and specialist shops.
Es Canutell nightlife is very low key reflecting the family nature of the resort. The larger hotels provide their own entertainment often with live shows.
Es Canutell shopping is limited to essential provisions and to tourist shops selling gifts and souvenirs. Serious shoppers can take a trip to nearby Mahon where there are many designer shops and boutiques. There are always a great number of people selling local crafts ideal for presents and holiday mementos. Popular purchases include leather goods, jewellery, ceramics and embroidered linens.
Es Canutell has restaurants proving a variety of cuisine. Fish, locally caught, is a major part of the island’s cuisine. There is an abundance of prawns, mussels, red mullet and sea bass. Tapas bars are available to fill the gap between lunch and dinner which, in Minorca, can be fairly late. Local wines are pleasant and inexpensive.
Children, held in great affection by the Spanish, are always given a warm welcome and their tastes and portion sizes are usually accommodated.