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How long does it take to get to S’Algar?

Our private taxi transfers from Menorca airport take just 25 minutes to get to S’algar and our low cost shuttles will get you there in 55 minutes. We also offer private minibuses, wheelchair-adapted vehicles and a premier service with a luxury car to get you quickly and comfortably to your hotel.

Why visit S’Algar

Holidays to S’Algar are popular for those looking for a relaxing time in a laid-back town, without all the hustle and bustle of bigger resorts. A former fishing village with pretty, whitewashed houses that has retained its authentic charm, it offers a natural, palmed fringed beach and some amazing spots for diving and snorkelling.

Things to do

Anyone going to S’Algar is looking to spend a lot of time relaxing at the beach, trying out the available watersports and spending a chilled out evening watching the sun set over cocktails. Behind the beach, in a little plaza, there are a few shops where holidaymakers can buy some souvenirs and postcards, as well as a fantastic bakery.

For day trip, the capital of Mahon is a 20-minute drive away. Here you’ll find lots of shopping opportunities, a gin distillery, restaurants and museums to explore. Or you could pay a visit to Es Castell, just south of Mahon, where you can visit the former barracks and museum.

Scuba diving in Salgar

S’Algar is a fantastic location for scuba diving and snorkelling, thanks to its amazingly clear water which offer visibility of up to 50 metres. The diving school here offers starter tuition, as well as pool practice, or you can take a guided snorkelling trip of the coast.

Top restaurants

This small resort doesn’t offer a lot of choice when it comes to restaurants, you’ll have to visit Mahon if you want a wider selection of places to eat out, however the laid-back eateries here serve up some good food. Try La Reina Isabel for a good old English breakfast or a curry or sample a delicious wood fired pizza at Las Palmeras.

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September 12th, 2018

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