Most popular Villas in Son Bou
Highlights in Son Bou
- Stunning and pristine beaches
- Succulent gastronomy
- Fun under the sun
- Ancient and cultural sites
- Pleasant strolls along the coastline
Most popular amenities for Villas in Son Bou
Villas in Son Bou
Renting a villa in Menorca revolves around the swimming pool, fantastic beaches, having a bite to eat and relaxing. Menorca is a small island with quiet sandy coves and beaches and fantastic outdoors with a beautiful scenery. Mahon, the capital is a town with Georgian mansions and great rentals around the port. Some other areas to stay include Golf Son Parc, Cala Mitjana and Port Fornells.Wonderful fully equipped villas
The best time to book a villa in Son Bou and the surrounding areas is from June to late August when the climate is ideal for swimming and enjoying the outdoors as well as the villas. Most of them come with the standard amenities such as Wi-Fi, concierge and AC. Depending on the villa, you can find added features including private tended gardens and fully staffed properties for long stays. Some villas can offer stunning views overlooking the Mediterranean. Enjoy a family holiday, a romantic getaway or a friends gathering in one of the prettiest Balearic islands.
Travellers and activities
Fantastic coves and long stretches of sandy beaches are the best attributes of Menorca and its coastal resorts. Stunning and popular beaches such as La Macarella, Beach of Binigaus, Cala Galdana and Cala En Porter are well known by holidaymakers looking for pristine and turquoise waters. Son Bou enjoys the most family friendly beach in Menorca that holds a Blue Flag for its quality. A few metres in, you will find large prairies of oceanic Posidonia. Great facilities and lifeguards full time will make your stay easier than ever. Hire some motorboats, rowboats, kayaks or pedalos. Get on the banana boat and enjoy a hilarious ride with the whole family.Son Bou for outdoor lovers
Son Bou is well known for its beaches and the stunning views. Take in the scenery and look for some adventure in the great outdoors surrounding the area. Some of the noteworthy natural features not to miss are those of Monte Toro, Cala Escorxada or Cala Fustam. Take a pleasant walk in the morning, afternoon or in the evening. Behind the prehistoric small bay of Cala Llucalari there is also a little path known as Camí de Cavalls. The whole way is around 100 miles in 20 different stages. Get on your toes and get ready to explore the island.
Son Bou is the area that boasts one of the most important zones with pre-historic monuments.
Top 7 travel tips in Son Bou
When the night comes, during the summer months, the sounds of the waves and the music blend in as you enjoy a nice cocktail or take the dancefloor. Son Bou features a few bars such as Buddha Bar to enjoy a quiet night out or the fantastic Coves d’en Xoroi in Cala En Porter. This is a unique nightclub perched on a cliff with magnificent views of the sea. Watch the sun go down and dance the night away as the night arrives.2. Try the Balearic flavours
The Mediterranean cuisine and its flavours are well known all over the world. The area features several restaurants with British and Chinese influences but still keeping the traditional recipes that keep the essence of the island such as caldereta, flaó, sobrassada, cuixot, Mahón cheese and finish your meal with a tiny sip of Pomada and Xoriguer Gin. Savoury pastries, fish and shellfish are also widely used as part of their gastronomy. Raise your tastebuds with all these mouthwatering bites.3. Get some fun under the sun
Spend a fun day in a waterpark. Club San Jaime is a fantastic one where to enjoy the slides, swimming pools or the large grassed areas with loungers where you can lay down, relax and bask in the sun. Have a go at the two chutes. After a day of fun grab a bite at the bar or the restaurant, attend a live act and some other events in the evenings.4. Enjoy some open air history
Visit the pre-historic settlement of Torre d’en Gaumes. Located just outside Son Bou, you can access it and enjoy the natural beauty of the countryside, some ancient defensive walls, the stone watch towers known as talaiots, pillared naves and an old temple made out of stone.5. Ride and enjoy the views
Another way of sightseeing around Son Bou is riding on a horse. You can go to Son Bou Rutas a Caballo, close to the village and Santo Tomas. Explore the beach or the countryside riding your own horse. You do not have to be an expert rider, the staff of the farm will help you out to make the most of it. “Giddyup” time!6. Visit the charming village of Alaior
This old town set on top of a hill is a great location to spend the day wandering the streets and taking in the culture flair in the atmosphere. A very pretty village where you can get lost in its old town and stop for a nice cuppa at any of the cosy cafes, bars and restaurants. Browse the little shops and find unique gifts and original items nobody else has. During the summer the evening and morning markets are a good meeting point for locals and tourists alike where to buy some jewellery and artisan goods.7. Fantastic hikings and trails
As we have said, the great outdoors give the traveller so many options during the holidays. Son Bou sits on the dramatic and stunning coastline of Menorca. Walking and hiking trails on the western side of the island, you can reach the plateau top near Cap des Ses Penyes. Walk through valleys, hills and the marshlands of Torrent de Son Boter. There are some posted paths to Atalis beach, located halfway between Son Bou and Santo Tomas.