Hotel Artiem Audax

This hotel, beautifully set on a cliff top, is very nicely located just on the sea front overlooking the beach of Cala Galdana on the south coast of the island of Minorca, a renowned area for its protected ecosystem.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal . Boasting an excellent location in the pretty resort of Cala Galdana, the Hotel Artiem Audax has all the resort amenities on its doorstep, as well as a white sandy beach. The large, curvaceous pool overlooks the sea and white sands, and is the perfect spot for relaxing days in the Balearic sunshine. The hotel is home to the biggest and most complete day spa in Menorca, so it’s the perfect place to indulge in a little pampering for a truly rejuvenating and relaxing holiday. Some evenings in the spa there is a DJ by candle light, ideal for a romantic evening! If you’re the sporty type this hotel has everything you need with a great gym and spin studio, they also organise cycling excursions, a great way to see the island on two wheels. Travel Now Pay Later Hotel Artiem Audax Menorca. Add this to two unique restaurants offering delectable menus that are centered around the freshest quality local ingredients and this hotel will definitely tick all the right boxes.

Facilities

  • Adult Only
  • Bike Hire
  • Close to the Beach
  • Entertainment
  • Free WiFi
  • Gym
  • Modern style
  • Outdoor fresh water pool
  • Outdoor Sports
  • Perfect for couples
  • Spa
  • Spacious rooms
  • Sun Loungers
  • Watersports

Flight & Transfer Information

Flight duration approx. 2 hours 15 mins, transfer to resort around 50 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.

Rooms

Various room types available; premium double rooms and premium suites with jacuzzi and sea views.

Premium room with sea view

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 2
Room facilities:
Flat screen television
Wi-fi
Safety deposit box
Coffee making facilities
Kettle
Balcony or terrace
Hairdryer
Mini bar
Bathroom containing a shower.
Air conditioning (between 01 May and 31 Oct).
Daily room cleaning service
Linen changes and towel change on request

Premium suite with jacuzzi

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 2
Room facilities:
Flat screen television
Wi-fi
Safety deposit box
Coffee making facilities
Balcony or terrace
Mini bar
Bathroom containing a whirlpool bath and shower.
Air conditioning.
Daily room cleaning service
Linen changes and towel change on request

Food & Drink

Board options, half board and bed & breakfast

Main Restaurant

Restaurante Galadana - Buffet. Serves breakfast and dinner with show cooking (open between 20 Mar and 31 Oct, depending on occupancy). Please note that the hotel requests that beach wear is not worn and that gentlemen wear long trousers.

Restaurant Oliva Buffet. Serves (open between 20 Mar and 31 Oct, depending on occupancy) Please note that the hotel requests that beach wear is not worn and that gentlemen wear long trousers.

Blue Café Lounge bar (open between 20 Mar and 31 Oct, between 10.00am and 1.00am, depending on occupancy).

The View Snack bar located on the poolside (open between 20 Mar and 31 Oct, between 12.00pm and 4.00pm, depending on occupancy).

Local Attractions

Menorca, with its strategic position at the heart of the western Mediterranean has been at a pivotal point of the development of trade and the growth of civilisation ever since the first settlers from mainland Spain came here in the early Bronze Age.

Menorca is the most laid-back and traditional of the major Balearic Islands. Compared to its neighbours Majorca and Ibiza, it’s been relatively unchanged by tourism, with resorts balanced by stunning natural beauty, secret beaches and historic architecture. On Menorca holidays there’s plenty to do, with two cities and miles of coastline to explore.

There are countless reasons that make Menorca a destination to visit. Menorca has some of the best beaches in the world with nearly 200 small coves to explore. The whole island can be explored by foot, horseback or bicycle. Travelling through the island you will often spot piles of stones and primitive structures that date back thousands of years. Menorca is rapidly developing as a centre for watersports. With strong prevailing winds, Fornells is one of the best resorts to enjoy windsurfing, sailing and kite surfing. With its lush climate and fertile ground, Menorca is dotted with vineyards that produce some great local wines. Surrounded by the waters of the Mediterranean, the island’s seafood is naturally excellent. Look out for the local lobster stew caldereta de llagosta which is Menorca’s most celebrated traditional dish. Aquarock Waterpark in the resort of Cala’n Bosch is not huge but there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained. Castilla Menorca is an outlet shopping centre that also has an adventure playground with zip wires, sand pits, climbing frames, swings and trampolines, as well as a large swimming pool with slides and a separate toddler pool.