The resort it\'self is again very well presented and tidy. There is really one main street where all the gift shops and retaurants are, but would say the main attraction is the beach which is excellent.
There are 192 steps to the beach with resting places, and 192 steps from the beach to the apartments but by the end of your stay you will have a butt like Kylie Minoge!
There is a mini train that you can take to the beach if you have kids and buggies, which come by every 15 min approx which is a relief.
The other attraction for us was the caves with outstanding views also with bars you can sit at inside or outside ...
the caves. Definitely a must see!! Read More
If you haven't got the little devils with you, you will probably find yourself hiring a car which is quite cheap to explore the island which is only 45 min approx from one side of the island to another.
We would say our main attractions for us exploring the island were.. Mahon(Mao) where you can take a glass bottom boat around the harbour and also see where Richard Brandson stays when he visits the island.
Son Bou was another place for us, which is the longest beach on the island also a good spot to see the sun setting.
Citudella is also very nice.
I would say I would visit Cala n Porter again for the beach, but would not stay at the resort again. For me it would be the other resorts that I\'ve mentioned.