Santo Tomas Menorca this quiet, relaxing resort is mostly visited by older couples and families looking for a low key holiday spot. It offers two small shopping centres, a small range of water sports and a stunning white sandy beach. Most of the entertainment here is hotel based making evenings a relaxed, low-key affair. Transfer time – approx 50 mins
Due to the large volume of visitors, Santo Tomas is well-practised at catering for a wide range of customer needs. The resort features traditional Menorcan cuisine alongside British restaurants, with a good variety of international cuisine mixed in as well. You won't find nightclubs here, but there are plenty of bars and cafes for those looking for a peaceful evening vibe.
Santo Tomas is home to the island's longest stretch of beach, and many visitors never leave it! However there are plenty of watersports to tempt you off the sand and into the water, including windsurfing, water-skiing and scuba diving. The town is pretty small, so shopaholics should head to nearby Mahon, Menorca's capital, where you will be able to indulge in some serious retail therapy. The town also has plenty of monuments and restaurants that could give you more than one reason to return.