All the Sights and Attractions in and around Cala En Porter
Fun For Children
Kids - see photo tour and maps
For Teenagers there is a skate ramp, floodlit football/ Basket Ball area, plus cycling and watersports hire. Adventure activities - see below.
For young Children there are four public play areas ( climbing frames, slides ). In summer there is a play centre in the centre with a varierty of charged entertainments ( trampolines,bouncy castles,mini go karts ) and small bar so the children can loose their energy on bouncy castles while mums and dads look on while enjoying a drink or coffee.
Nearest is in Punta Prima ( Splash Sur ) - Taxi fare 17 Euro ( 20% discount if your present receipt )
The Bay views from Passeig Maritim viewing platforms and terrace of Club Menorca. Eastern Coastline from the sea (Kayaks,SUP or boat ) . Walk via Cami de Cavalls-- see resort map for our route ( children need strict supervision! )
Lots more Nearby below
Fun and Sport on Sea - Activity Ideas
Enough close by to explore by these slower motor boats. Hire in Cala en Porter (MenorcaAventura)
Motorboat hire ( hourly or day ) - no license required . Explore the coastline, snorkelling or visit other beaches and bays.
The pristine waters of Menorca are a real holiday memory. They are amazingly clear so even with just a simple snorkel you will see lots, not murky haze. And because the water is in such good condition you'll see lots of fish too. Many, many of the resort beaches have shallow sandy bottoms fringed with rocks, ideal for young snorkellers. Organised trips can take you to spectacular places by boat for extra special Snorkel.
This stretch of coast features wrecks and caverns.
With few currents, warm crystal clear waters, many underwater caves and coral-clad rock formations, Menorca is recognised as one of the most enjoyable dive sites in the western Mediterranean.
Cala En Porter Dive Centre - details
Basic Kayaks to hire from beach. Sleeker singles kayakjs and stable multi person to hire in Cala en Porter
A fun family activity, paddle around your resort . Or along Menorca's unspoilt coastline as part of a professional tour
Some really beautiful countryside around including coastal paths and bays.
Cycle Route Ideas
Like most of Menorca this is more Natural, so don't expect too many cycle lanes. Better to use the off road tracks and marked routes as the little roads that make up much of the country network have lots of blind corners.
Cala en Porter is surrounded by pristine countryside criss-crossed with a network of tiny paths ( including official signed routes) camis and of course the increasingly famous Cami de Cavalls cosatal path which runs through cala en Porter
TIP western direction of Cami de Cavalls towards Son bou is more negotitable with mountain bike than eastwards to Es Canutells.
MTB in the valley behind the beach follow cami de cavalls route but turn - right see our maps
Destination Ideas and route suggestions ( difficulty and terrain )
Cala en Porter - Near by 6 k.m ( By Road )
Calas Coves ( Calas Covas )
A beautiful picturesque spot, favoured by visiting yachts and dreamers. Best visited early mornings and evenings, where the light brings out the scenery. An exciting place for youngsters, dreamy of pirates as the local burial caves up in the limestone walls and rambling cove walks let their imaginations run free. Believed to be an ancient burial ground and was in fact the very first recognised port of Menorca as used by the Romans when they occupied the island. Can be reached on foot from Cala en Porter along various paths or park and walk at Son Vitamina (approx. 30 mins). Road down is NOT suitable for hire cars unless you want to pay for suspension damage! On the Cami di Cavalls route.
Cala en Porter - Near by 20 k.m ( car or Taxi Only )
Water Park - Spalsh Sur Punta PrimaNext to Hotel del Sur ( Biniancolla )
Water slides and splash pools, lazy river, jacuzzi and sun bathing areas. Large on site Bar-Cafeteria. note for environmental reasons this park uses filtered sea water.
Open daily to the public from 11:00 to 18:00 ADULTS: 20€ Children (under 12 years): 12€
minimum height on Adult slides 1.2m
Menorca Holiday Tips
Free shuttle bus within local area
Bus service No. 92 from Mahon via Punta Prima stops outside the park
Afterwards you can visit Cala Torret/Punta Prima for a sunset ice creams or drinks on the beach.
Cala en Porter - Near by 7.5 k.m ( Bus Route 31 )
San Climent ( Sant Climente )
Located on the main road (ME-12) from Mahon to Cala en Porter is well worth a visit if you are in the area. "Famous" for Es Casino Bar-Restaurant (some of the best tasting/value) Menu del Dias on the island. Great Music nights: Tuesday evening improv Jazz in backrooms of the Es Casino Bar-Restaurant. Last shop on the right of main street heading to Cala en Porter is a traditional bakers where you can experience tasty bread /pasteries made in traditional wood fired ovens.Hotels and Holiday accommodation
If you are an independent traveller and waiting to catch a flight then come here for for final drinks and meals in a more personal environment. Airport is just 5 mins drive away. Tabacs shop and cafes open at 6am too!
Cala en Porter - Near by 13 k.m
Lloc de Menorca Zoo
Has grown into a delightful place for young and old to get close to an expanding range of native and more exotic ( smaller ) animals in very pleasant surroundings. Features several walk through landscaped enclosures where animals roam free and small children can see easily. Enough to entertain children and adult animal lovers alike.
Open daily from 10:00-20:00
Located on the main road ME-1 9 km from Mahon and 3km from Alaior
Cala en Porter - Near by 10 k.m ( Bus Route 33 - peak summer )
Has a charming old town set on a hill for wandering early mornings or late evenings when the extreme heat of the summer sun has gone. The "third" capital of the island and a cultural centre. The old town is very pretty and makes a great change to the beach, with some delightful Cafes, Bars and Restaurants. A few several clothes and shoe boutiques offering original items not chain store repetition. Childrens playground on the pretty town square (next to ice cream cafes!). Alaior has a weekly market plus an evening market (weds june-sept ) with Artisan goods,jewellery , other handicrafts and small boutiques.
There is a late night bus to return from Alaior's evening market. Alaior is home to the Pons Quintana shoe factory shop. A brand relatively unknown in the UK because most of its high quality leather shoes are exported to France and Germany. The shop offers reduced prices on beautiful high quality shoes and leather goods.
Cala en Porter - Near by 12 k.m ( Bus Route 31 )
Mahon ( Mao or Maó )
Mahon has a great mediterranean charm around the centre and harbour. Busy pavement Cafes and Bars, superb fruit and fish markets and all enclosed in a maze of narrow streets with architecture and many reminders of it's Georgian past. In addition to the traditional the town offers a myriad of stylish shops and bars. Along the whole length of the harbour quayside (Moll de Llevant) there is an electic collection of Cafes, Bars and Restaurants for all pockets and styles. A spectacular setting above the huge natural harbour with ships and boats of every shape and sizes.Hotels and Holiday accommodation
Cala en Porter - Near by
Prehistorical and Cultural Sites : The South east area is rich with ancient history
Torralba Den Salford
Open Air history: Torralba Den Salford is a pre-historic settlement on the pretty country road between Alaior and Cala en Porter. Founded around 1000 BC the settlement is protected with a modest entrance fee and features a stunning Taula and a number of atmospheric underground dwellings.
Walks, Hiking and Trails around Cala En Porter
Destinations and Route Ideas - Get back to Nature! So much to discover inland and along the coastline including wild Tortoises crossing your path.
Excursions from Cala D'en Porter
Bus Network and short distances means you can do quite a bit DIY.