If you are planning a holiday in Santo Tomas, Menorca, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort and help you to select from our range of accommodation.
This long beach of pale golden sand is virtually a continuation of the beach at Son Bou, separated from it by a pair of low headlands. Once a quiet spot, it has grown into a major resort with large hotels, and apartments. In 1989 a freak storm blew away all the sand from the beach and what you see now has been imported in its place. A path at the western end of the beach leads to the quieter beaches of San Adeodato and Binigaus. Please take note of the flag system for safe swimming as the beach has dangerous currents.
San Adeodato is totally undeveloped and is of find sand and with safe swimming [however there are few facilities available]. A short walk on a sandy path behind the beach brings you to Binigaus [popular with nudists but with dangerous currents that make it unsafe for swimming].
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