Things to do Cala'n Forcat
Cala’n Forcat has blended with neighbouring resorts Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines making it a huge resort. There are more sandy coves than beaches in this area although Cala’n Blanes does have its own fine sand beach lined with palm trees. Sandy beaches can also be found at nearby Calas Piques and Cala Brut.
Ranked number one as the liveliest resort in Menorca, there is an abundance of nightlife options in Cala’n Forcat. Discos, pubs, live music bars and karaoke bars are all busy well into the small hours. Whether it’s a cocktail bar, a British theme pub or simply a quiet tavern you will find much to choose from when it comes to nightlife in Cala’n Forcat.
There is no shortage of restaurants, cafes and snack bars in Cala’n Forcat. Holidaymakers will be spoilt for choice by the amount of eating options in Cala’n Forcat, Cala’n Blanes and Los Delfines. For a taste of real Menorcan cuisine, head to nearby Ciudadela with its traditional tapas bars and lively Spanish restaurants.
Menorca is home to over 1000 prehistoric monuments and the settlement near Ciudadela is a must visit. There are nearly 100 amazing caves that were thought to have been originally used as burial chambers at Cales Coves. Check out the cave that has been turned into a nightclub with the dance floor looking out over the sea. The light displays from the disco into the night sky are spectacular.
There are plenty of sports activities to do here - try your hand at tennis, water polo, sailing and water skiing. Scuba diving is another popular option and there is a dive centre where equipment can be hired to take advantage of the perfect diving conditions around the coast.
The Aqua Center Water Park is not as big as those on Majorca but it still has lots to offer for children and adults alike, and is nearby, in Cala’n Blanes. There’s a children’s area with three smaller waterslides, while older kids and adults will enjoy the larger pool with its giant waterslide, adventure river, kamikaze shute, and ‘black hole’ waterslide.