San Bou - a luxury campsite in the Balearics
At the heart of Menorca, one the loveliest in the archipelago of the Balearics, the 4-star campsite San Bou is located. As a member of the chain of open-air top-of-the-range hotels in the Yelloh! Village group, this establishment proves perfect for anyone wishing to discover this island and the magnificent landscapes which comprise it.
The loveliest campsite in Menorca...
There is no doubt, San Bou is the loveliest campsite in Menorca. Located in the seaside resort of the same name, 5 minutes from the beach and at the heart of a magnificently maintained 7-hectare green pine forest, this establishment can simply take your breath away.
Halfway between Minorca and Port Mahon, the two major towns of the second largest of the Balearic Islands, San Bou has a geographical location, which could not be more pleasant. The setting and the surroundings into which these fit could not be more delightful. Surrounded by the forest, shaded to the extent you desire, this Balearic campsite is a perfect holiday resort to indulge in idleness.
Underneath maritime pines, olive trees and cork oaks, scattered over the campsite, nestle a multitude of pitches and holiday rentals. Plots intended to accommodate campers and their tent, caravan or camper van extend over a surface area ranging from an average 70 m² to 80 m². They are equipped with an electrical connection and are perfectly delimited.
The holiday rentals are split up into 9 different ranges. Various types of furnished tents and chalets, including walls constructed of timber are located there. Their materials enable them to perfectly fit in with the forest environment surrounding them.
Verdant grounds just a stone’s throw from the seaside...
Lovers of out-of-the-ordinary stays will be delighted to learn that this top-of-the range campsite has out-of-the-ordinary chalets with an area of 21 m², as well as Safari lodge tents put in for the beginning of the 2018 season.
On site, various services are offered so as to make holidaymakers’ stays easier. Amongst these a grocery, open throughout the season, enables you to do your shopping, without leaving the campsite. The San Bou campsite has a restaurant, a snack bar – pizzeria – takeaway, a bar and a launderette. It also has a tourist information service, a concierge service and Wi-Fi coverage across the entire campsite.
Although located 5 minutes from the nearest beach, in addition this campsite has an aquatic park. This brings together a swimming pool and a children’s paddling pool. Over an area of 450 m², this oasis of coolness and mildness benefits children as much as adults. A multitude of sunbeds and parasols have been set up around the pools.
It is worth noting that there is a paddle tennis court, a multi-sports ground, an area for playing boules as well as a games room, which completes the range of leisure facilities in San Bou.
Exploring the most beautiful island in the Balearics...
During the high season, the entertainment team at the campsite offers holidaymakers the chance to take part in a multitude of activities: from sports tournaments to family quizzes, also taking in musical evenings. There is something for every taste. It is also worth stressing that San Bou has a kids club open to children aged 5 to 7, as well as a juniors club, open to those 8 to 12.
Menorca - an island bathed in sunshine. An island abounding in wild inlets and sandy beaches. An island where swimming takes place within hot and turquoise waters. In short, Menorca is a little piece heaven on earth, just off the coast of Spain and a few hours by plane from the main European capitals. It is worth noting that it is equally possible to reach this island by ferry from the ports of Valencia and Barcelona.
A stay within the San Bou campsite, is to treat yourself to the chance to discover this magnificent Mediterranean island, the most beautiful island in the Balearics. A multitude of activities are offered around the campsite, such as scuba diving, sea kayaking, boat trips, and other activities. Moreover, it is highly advised to go to the small village of Fornells, the charm of which makes it one of the most symbolic locations in the archipelago…