The other thing is there really isnt much for small children to do, yes there is trampolines across the road from the Siesta Mar but they were charging 3 euros for 20mins, the Fun House, a bit further down were offering 3 euros for the whole day, although they only had one tramploine, they did have 2 bouncy castles and 2 soft play areas, so we ended up there most nights as we have a 3 year old and a 7 year old. We did not find any childrens discos or that sort of entertainment suitable for young children in the resort. Most of the entertainment was tribute bands which started about 10pm and were very loud, my 3 year ...
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Also do not eat in the Salmandra - we choose it because it had a play area - thinking we could eat and the children could but there were so many hazards i.e big slide had two runs missing from it so small children cant get up it, swings would tip small children out, lots of trip hazards, uneven surface so you must be with them, so many parents would let the children play unsupervised and every time we were there we would see a child crying. We tried the resturant 3 times, just because all the other restuarnts did not have anywhere for the children to play and our 3 year old will not sit down for more than 10mins at a time, however we realsied they had overcharged us on our first visit and our third visit we left before our food arrived because we waited so long, it wasn\'t even the busiest part of the evening as we would always eat quite early.
the beach is lovely but does get very busy, yes there are quite a few steps but we used the road to go down and the steps to come back up so it wasn\'t that bad but I would try it with a buggy.
The resort is bigger than some I\'ve stayed at - yes I have been to menorca many many times with and without children but I was abit disappointed there wasn\'t more for younger children to do in the evening so i would return