With the largest and what's considered by many to be the best beach in Menorca, holidays in Son Bou almost sell themselves.
Son Bou holidays are ideal for families due to the abundance of facilities and family-friendly hotels, but couples also flock here to make the most of the gloriously uncrowded beach, the range of watersports, including scuba diving, and the lively bars.
Nature lovers will appreciate the rugged countryside surrounding the resort, and the protected sand dunes and marshland that fringe the beach – the bird population thrives here. History buffs can explore the Cap de Penyes headland, where they'll find the remains of a fortified village and an early Christian basilica, which would have been the focal point of the village in the 4th and 5th centuries.
Thomson has a range of accommodation for your summer holidays to Son Bou. The San Jaime Complex is perfect for self catering holidays in Son Bou. Made up of pretty Menorcan-style apartments, it's set in beautifully tended grounds and appeals to those who like beach based holidays in peaceful surroundings. Or there's the Sol Milanos Pinguinos, a firm favourite with families looking for a lively, fun-filled break. Wherever you choose to stay, you'll find this modern yet attractive purpose-built resort has a lot going for it…
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Based on 14 reviews
Written on 01/06/2010, Anonymous said...
Recently returned from fifth consecutive family holiday at the ( now called )Son Bou Gardens (two "forty some things" with daughters aged seven and twelve) as ever complex very well run(staff were all excelent) , resort very clean great... more on this review
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