Villas in Mahon Resort

If you like shopping on holiday it’s well worth navigating the maze of narrow streets in the historic centre of Mahon lined with stylish boutiques and designer stores as well as interesting independent shops selling leather and pottery. If you love markets, don’t miss the Mercat Claustre del Carme, just off Plaça d'Espanya. The cloisters of a former convent have been imaginatively converted into a market and shopping centre where the locals shop for fruit and vegetables, clothes for the whole family, meat and ceramics, flowers and lingerie, sheet music and chocolate - you name it! The Fish Market also in Plaça Espanya is fascinating and can be challenging if you are planning a fish supper at the villa! When you are all shopped out cakes and ice cream at one of the many pavement cafes are highly recommended.

Exploring Mahon On Villa Holidays

Mahon is one of the world’s few natural deep-water ports. It extends several miles inland and splits the place in two – the south side houses the shops and historic old quarter, while the north is mainly residential. The port is lined with majestic historic buildings, opulent whitewashed villas and stone merchants’ houses. The port itself is relaxing by day and buzzing by night. It is a fascinating place to just sit back and soak up the atmosphere, watch the vessels come and go - including massive cruise ships - and admire the view from one of the many bars and restaurants that come to life when the sun goes down.

At the entrance to Mahon’s harbour is Fortalleza de La Mola, a huge 19th-century fort. This Fortress of Isabel II was built between 1848 and 1875 to keep the British from returning to the island, using it as a base in their struggle against the French for naval control of the Mediterranean. The fort is in good shape and worth a look round - there are great views from the defensive walls. You can have a guided tour on Sundays from June until October, but you will need proper shoes rather than flip flops for this!

Mahon has it all - except a beach. However, on a villa holiday in Menorca, you are never far from a gorgeous beach – there are 99 of them, apparently! Head south and the beautiful long white sandy beach of Punta Prima is only a 15 minute drive away. It’s a great place for paddling, snorkelling, windsurfing and sailing, not to mention swimming in the sparkling crystal-clear sea. There are plenty of beachfront bars and restaurants to help you recover from your exertions. Ten minutes in the opposite direction brings you to the unspoilt cove of Mesquida.

There is a splendid Sports Centre in Mahon. The Malburger Centro Deportivo offers a huge range of sporting activities for the whole family, including tennis, padel, a nine hole pitch and putt golf course, driving range, indoor heated swimming pool, fully equipped gym and football pitches.

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