Cala Blanca is a lovely, quiet resort. It seems to be mainly residential/holiday homes with a few hotels and apartment blocks. Don\'t choose this resort if you are after evening entertainment/night clubs etc!
The beaches of C.Blanca and Santandria are both nice, small, gently shelving sandy bays. They were quite sea weedy when we visited though (May/June 09), which put the kids off a bit! There were no sun beds out on C Blanca beach, but there were on Santandria beach (don\'t know the cost though).
There is a kids playground right next to C Blanca beach and a shaded picnic area. Both beaches had portaloos and a shower. The water slides near the C Blanca beach cost E5 for ...
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Meals out cost us around E35-40 for 2 adults, 2 kids including drinks. That was just a main meal each or a main meal plus ice creams for the kids. Kids meals were generally around E4 each. Drink prices in bars/restaurants were pretty similar throughout the resort. Around E1.50-2.00 for a soft drink, E2 for a small beer, E3 for a large beer, E9-10 for a litre of sangria, E8-10 for a bottle of wine. Ice creams were quite pricy, even in the shops (E1.50-2.00 each).
Most places have some sort of kids facilities like table football, air hockey, little ride ons etc, all for E1 a go. There was also a small arcade in the centre which would suit older kids/teens. Maribel have a free soft play area for under 10\'s.
The 2 larger supermarkets in the centre (Julia\'s and Cala Blanca) were cheaper than the smaller supermarket near the Blancala apts. They sell fresh bread and cakes, fruit and veg plus all the essentials.