Self catering holiday rentals in Addaia
This area of Northern Menorca is much quieter than the other tourist hot spots and is mainly for holidaymakers looking for a place of relaxation rather than excitement. Although Port Addaia does not have its own beach, there are a few within a short distance and easily accessible by foot or car. These include Cala Pregonda, a sandy beach well out of the way, enclosed by rocky cliffs and also Cavalleria, a beach formed from sand dunes which is a nice quiet place to relax. Kayak hire is available from the Port of Addaia at a fairly low cost and tourists can enjoy the sights such as the Mongofre beaches, the S'Albufera des Grau Natural Park and the islets of Addaia. There is also an 18 hole gold course in the proximity, which is the only one on Menorca. The seaside village of Na Macaret is close by offering a quaint atmosphere and tranquil setting to anyone who visits.
Holiday homes for your short break
Our holiday villas in Port Addaia offer families a great chance to relax and unwind. All of them have moderate to large swimming pools and offer great views of the ocean or countryside. All of them are conveniently situated near the beaches, shops and bars. Our holiday apartments in Addaia are smaller than most of the villas and are perfect for couples wishing to spend a long weekend together. With patios and great views over the harbour, couples can relax in this tranquil place and watch the sun set during the evening. Many of them have air conditioning throughout and are equipped with sky TV as well as Wifi. All our holiday homes start at great prices and are all fully equipped with self catering facilities such as fully fitted kitchens and comfortable living areas.
Best time to enjoy a break in Addaia
Menorca is mainly a summer island and this time of year is the busiest. The many bars and restaurants here are in full swing and there is a good selection of both English and Spanish outlets on the island. Water sports are very popular here and during the summer, families can indulge themselves in a range of exciting activities from snorkeling to wake boarding. Many people try their hands at sailing with multiple organisations running sailing courses and for people who prefer to stay a little dryer, horse riding is available in the Mediterranean countryside. Although this island is much busier during the summer, spring and autumn are both fairly popular with tourists as well. Much of the island is quieter during these seasons but most of the bars and shops remain open for business.