Temperature: 11-29 (°C)
Following a typical Mediterranean climate, you can expect cooler winters and dry long summer days. Temperatures climb as high as 29(°C) in the height of summer with minimal rain, perfect for making the most of the beach with the family. Spring and autumn are great times to visit if you prefer cooler temperatures and would like to take on the walking trails without breaking a sweat.
Language: The language spoken in Cala’n Forcat is Spanish.
Currency: The currency in Cala’n Forcat is Euro (€).
Local time: Cala'n Forcat is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.
Fly to: Mahon Airport. Transfers to Cala'n Forcat take 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Flight time from the UK: The Cala'n Forcat flight time is 2.5 hours.
Tourist information: Further Cala’n Forcat tourist information can be found at visitmenorca.com/en/home/.
Visa / health: Before you travel, visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday to Cala n Forcat.
Holiday destinations related to Cala n Forcat:
By bus: With a frequent service every 20 minutes, head to Ciutadella with ease, and connect with other services to take you around the island.
By car: Visit as many beaches and coves as you like when you hire a car.
By taxi: Reliable and friendly, you’ll have no problem getting a taxi. Prices are based on distance, so make sure you check with the driver first.
Fiesta of Sant Joan: Head to Ciutadella to join in the famous annual celebration of Saint Joan. Expect plenty of street parties, Medieval jousting, and horses riding through the streets, both day and night.
Ciutadella Summer Music Festival: Classical music lovers will enjoy this programme of concerts in the cloister of the Church of El Socorro. Past performers include flautist Claudio Arimany, Joan Pons, and Ainhoa Arteta.