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Location of Villa Carlar
Great Things to Do Near Villa Carlar
...from the upstairs terrace. Watch the yachts sail over the horizon during the day, picture-postcard sunsets in the evening and the reflections of the stars and moon on the sea at night.
Wander down to the beach
Relax at the water's edge, sunbathe and catch up on a good book. The clear water makes Cala Morell an ideal spot for snorkelling.
Forget the time and soak up the atmosphere. Enjoy stunning views of the harbour from the Plaça des Born and take time to visit the Cathedral. Wander around the narrow streets in the old quarter where you will find some interesting boutiques and friendly bars.
Walk along the Cami de Cavalls
to the Punta Nati lighthouse and enjoy spectacular cliff top views all the way. Look out for the monument remembering General Chanzy - a ship that sank of he coast on 1910. Once at Punta Nati, explore the remains of the battlements and ammunition stores used during the Civil War.
is just a 15 minute drive from the villa. This area of natural beauty has two beaches which are great for swimming and snorkelling and various nature trails through the pine forest. Follow the sign to the `mirador` from the car park for spectacular views.
Visit the necropolis
which is just a few minutes walk from the villa and is fascinating. The site is made up of 14 different caves, some with carvings, pillars and intricately decorated doorways.
Shop for local products in Ciutadella
El Paladar, Jamoneria & Delicatessen, has a huge selection of Menorcan cured meats, wine and cheese, as well as items imported from the Mainland. There is also a market in the centre that sells locally produced vegetables, meat and fish.
is the highest point on the Island and home to a charming Sanctuary as well as an excellent café,selling locally produced biscuits. The panoramic views are breathtaking and on a clear day it is possible to see as far as Mallorca.
Take a boat trip
See the coast from a different vantage point by taking a half day cruise from Cala en Bosc or Ciutadella. It is a good way to see some of the less accessible coves. Alternatively, hire a small motor boat yourself in Cala en Bosc.
Try the tapas
at the Restaurante Troglodita which is just a few minutes walk from the villa.
Hire a bike
and cycle along the Cami de Cavalls where you are sure to find a quiet cove for a refreshing swim. Alternatively, cycle into to Ciutadella instead of taking the car.
Ciutadella celebrates its main festival in honour of its Patron Saint, Sant Joan, on the 23 and 24 June. Over the two days, following Menorcan tradition, the town's streets and squares are filled with horses, music, religious ceremonies, hustle and bustle, merry-making and people. Enjoy the lively atmosphere, enjoy a `pomada` or two, dance in the streets and celebrate along with the locals
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