Menorca majesty

Rising regally over Menorca’s Port Ciutadella, the Hotel Can Faustino is one of the most beautiful luxury establishments on the Balearic Islands. It is also designed to feel like a family home, where guests are met with warm, down-to-earth hospitality.

Menorca majesty

Turquoise panorama between Cala Galdana and Cala Macarellata, in Menorca.

Rising regally over Menorca’s Port Ciutadella, the Hotel Can Faustino is one of the most beautiful luxury establishments on the Balearic Islands. It is also designed to feel like a family home, where guests are met with warm, down-to-earth hospitality.

Left: Stairway to heaven. Also known as Can Faustino's spa.
Right: Can Faustino exudes the atmosphere of a family home from the moment you are welcomed into its lobby.

Left: Breakfast under the olive trees. With the sun warming our skin and a soft breeze rustling through the leaves, we looked forward to beginning each day right here.
Right: If Dubrovnik's Buža Bar and Positano's Music on the Rocks had a baby, it would look a lot like Cova d'en Xoroi. We stopped in for a family-friendly sunset drink before its transformation into a club by night.

Left: A peek into the window of 3 Unces, a favorite local shop for a midnight snack.
Right: Pomada is the perfect drink for a hot summer's night in Spain – local Mahon gin mixed with lemonade. There are bottles available in plenty of local shops, or try the frozen version from Ciutadella favorite Sa Gelateria.
Left: The hike out to Cala Pilarbegan with a bunch of piglets and ended with this red rock beach.
Right: The three amigos.
Left: Cala Mitjaneta is reason enough to visit Menorca. The bluest blues, and the most blissful place to spend a day.
Left: Sunbaked and salty on Can Faustino's beautiful Heloise.
Right: Back from our day at sea.
Left: Looking down on the port of Ciutadella. We loved this little city and how it remained bustling and lively  all night. By 10pm, the streets below were packed with people waiting for tables and eating helado all along the water. Us included.
Right: The green waters of Cala Macaralleta.
Left: Can Faustino's courtyard, the perfect place to relax.
Right: Takeaway coladas by the port. An easy walk from the center of Ciutadella, with plenty of rocks to jump from or Platja Gran to laze on. 

Pictures: © Lauren Wells

 

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