The Villa itself is lovely, a little dated but homely. There was everything you could need to make it a home from Home stay. There is a hob and oven, plates, bowls, cuttlery, saucepans, frying pans and a microwave. Outside there is a BBQ, decent sized pool, although this is 1.
The garden is a fair size. My only flaw with outside is, you have glorious weather and a washing machine, however there was a tiny drying rack provided so proved challenging to dry clothes. There is ample space around the back of each villa to accommodate a washing line and think this would be a positive addition to each villa. Our only flaw inside was the beds. They were like sleeping on hardboard. We managed but woke up each morning feeling bruised where we have layed.
We were in No 10 and the views were superb. The area of Cala Galdana itself was very touristy. The beach is a cove and does get very packed. The in resort supermarket charges extortionate prices. But there is a Lidl and Marcadona supermarkets in Citudella, where we did a weeks shop for 70 euros. We then only used in resort for bits we ran out of, but did prove very costly. The buses are coaches and the taxis only take 4 people. There is one taxi company on the Island!
So we did spend a lot of transport. We also attempted the cliff walk from Cala Galdana to Marcella. It took us about an hour of walking over very rocky terrain to get to the next cove to see there was vertical steps down!! We turned round and came back.
Not one to attempt with young children as we did. Overall we had a great holiday, but our fun was in the villa and not the local area. Another thing to note is the villas are accessed by a very steep drive or by steps, not to be booked if you have mobility issues. There is no information when you arrive regarding cleaning schedules. From what we gathered cleaner comes every 2 days. This we did feel was quite rude.
Ashford, United Kingdom 22 contributions 6 helpful votes. Villa Number This is our 3rd stay at these villas, number 2, number 5 and now number Number 10 has by far the biggest garden out of all the villas we have stayed in. Number 10 is at the bottom on the end of the row of villas and is not overlooked by nearby hotels. The villa is clean and comfortable with most things you will need.
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It did have free WIFI but it was a weak signal. There was a welcome bottle of water, shampoo, soap, washing up liquid, sponge and tea towels. We did take our own BBQ tools and can opener because these were not supplied. We arrived at The maid came in every other day to change towels, sheets and clean the villa. We used Menorca supermarket online and ordered a lot of food and drink that they delivered to our villa and paid on arrival, we did this 3 months before our holiday, We also hired a stair gate from the same site.
We went to the beach on 3 occasions, which is a 10 minute slow walk away.
As always the beach is beautiful and blue, we did eat lunch at the furthest restaurant along the seafront, it is called "Chiringuito Toni", very nice food but it got very busy. We ate out 3 evenings, once at Oasis big white building unfortunately the food here was bad, we should have realised this because hardly anyone was eating there. The next two times we ate at E'scopinya, across the road from Oasis.
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