Introducing the wonderful town of Ciutadella located on the western shore of Menorca, one of the two main cities on this island. Established by the Carthaginians around the 4th century, this town has lived under the rule of several leaders and became an important trading hub during the Middle Ages. Although this city is no longer the capital of Menorca, it remains the religious centre as the Bishop wished to remain here. The island of Menorca enjoys a very warm climate and between the months of June and September, temperatures can reach the high twenties. The festival of Saint John, the patron saint of Ciutadella, occurs annually on the 23rd and 24th of June. With a myriad of historical sights to explore and numerous stylish restaurants serving the finest local catches, a trip to Ciutadella promises to open your eyes to a small droplet of Mediterranean culture.
Dozens of hotels are based in Ciutadella and between them, will accommodate for many preferences. Port Ciutadella is a hotel based right on the beach and is conveniently located less than a mile from the town centre. If you are looking for a hotel or apartment suitable for families, the Hotel Apartmentos Princesa Playa is a brilliant starting point. The staff are friendly and the maid service is exceptional, what's more, these apartments are located around 150 metres away from one of the finest beaches in Menorca. The Maribel Apartments are conveniently situated within range of numerous excellent restaurants and the bus stop outside means you can access most of the island directly. The Menorca Sea Club is situated in a position which comfortably looks out to sea and this hotel is great value for money.
Finding a hotel or apartment in Ciutadella will not disappoint you as there is plenty to explore. Visit the beaches of Cala en Bosch, Macarella and Cala en Turqueta, or take a stroll into the city of Ciutadella end enjoy some of the fabulous cuisine on offer. The trotting races are held in Ciutadella every weekend and for golf, trampolining and other attractions, visit Aquarock Menorca.