There\'s nothing to the resort, other than two bars, a bike hire shop, two restaurants, a supermarket and a Chinese restaurant (don\'t even go there, it\'s not worth it!).
The Ocean restaurant - we went there the first night - I had the lamb shoulder, which was excellent. We found it a bit pricy, but the food was worth it. Also, there\'s a bouncy castle and swimming pool for the kids, which is a nice touch.
We returned two nights later when I had the lamb again, as did my partner. However, before ordering, we had a couple of drinks which we paid for in cash to someone at the bar. However, somehow, when we got our food bill, it seemed ...
that the drinks had been duplicated (strange to see how this could happen, bearing in mind the fact we moved tables and the fact we had a different waiter). When I challenged them, they readily admitted their \'error\', but, perhaps cynically, I think they did this deliberately. We didn\'t go there again, although I have no complaints about the food.Read More
We got the regular bus to Citudella on a few occasions. There are lots of restaurants there and you\'ll be surprised at the difference in price. Also, it\'s where the real Menorcans live and so they don\'t rip you off there. It\'s good to see how the Spanish live, rather than in the English-y resorts, where they charge over the odds.
I have to say (based on the beaches I SAW) that the beaches in Menorca aren\'t to the same standard as I\'ve seen on Mallorca.