Menorca • Santa Ponsa, Spain
Santa Ponsa’s gardens resemble those of the Arabian Nights. Architecturally, although Menorcan elements prevail, Spanish and Moor influences are everywhere. 6 minutes by car from Son Bou Beach and 7 minutes from Megalith Taula de Torralba.
Minorca Mahon MAH: 15 mn
1h30 direct flight from Paris (from April to October)
30 minutes flight from Palma de Mallorca
35 minutes flight from Barcelona
Port Mahon: 20 mn
Ciutadella: 30 min
Ferry connections from Barcelona, Mallorca, Ibiza, Toulon
The hotel offers 22 rooms and suites which are located in the main house, former barns and separate buildings in the gardens. The decoration of the house reflects the owner’s penchant for travel at the time : colonial architecture, rattan furniture and a beautiful conservatory.
Santa Ponsa Classique (20 sqm) - direct access to the gardens
Superior Deluxe (~30 sqm) - private terrace and garden view
Suite Prestige (42 sqm) - 2 terraces of 50 sqm each
Suite Signature Duplex (50 sqm) - 2 bedrooms, private 27 sqm terrace and view on gardens
Suite Signature Casita (50 sqm) - in the gardens and private terrace of 20 sqm
- Swimming pools: 1 in historic cistern, 1 outdoor
- Spa in 18th century cisterns (swimming pool, water course, hammam, sauna, Nordic baths, massage rooms) with organic products from their own plantations.
- Meditation or yoga session on the cliff
- Sporting courses in the nature
- Exploration of the Santa Ponsa caves
- Walks & hikes in "Cami de Cavalls".
- Horse riding
- Electric bikes available
- Boat trips to discover hidden beaches
The Catalan Chef Albert Riera proposes a contemporary, tangy and lively Spanish cuisine, centered on the product. It is fed 80% by the organic vegetable garden of more than 5000 square meters, in the southern part of the terraces of Santa Ponsa. It offers healthy, quality and seasonal products.
On sunny days, the restaurant's terrace overlooks the Santa Ponsa gardens, under the holm oaks.
A meeting room is available (maximum 20 persons).
This old iconic palace of the 18th century, its lush gardens in terraces.