The town of Addaia is located on the north coast of the Balearic Island of Menorca. This falls under the administration of the country of Spain. If you choose to spend your holidays in Addaia, you will be able to enjoy a quieter part of Menorca which still provides easy access to all of the main tourist favourites in the island. What’s more, the beaches in this part of Menorca are just as good as in any other part of the island. The self catering accommodation in Addaia should come in the form of a luxurious and well-furnished villa, with many properties boasting the use of their own swimming pool.
There are plenty of activities to keep you and the members of your travelling party out of mischief for the duration of your holidays in Addaia. For a start, head to the beaches of northern Menorca to get involved in activities such as family-safe swimming, jet skiing, paddle boats, snorkelling, wind sailing, scuba diving and sailing. There are also opportunities within this part of the world to enjoy tennis, fishing, golf, horse riding and cycling. You may well be surprised to discover how green and lush the island of Menorca is compared with the Balearics and this is perfect for long nature walks and hikes.
Your holidays in Addaia will be spent in a part of Menorca that is conveniently central for the main towns and attractions on the island. For a start, you should definitely drive south-east to the main capital of Menorca, Mahon. Here you can enjoy some great shopping opportunities, along with ample bars, cafés and restaurants. You might also like to think about visiting the old capital of Menorca, Ciutadella. This is much the most attractive of the towns on the island and the quaint cobbled streets lined with shops and historic architecture is well worth the journey to the far west of the island. For lunch or dinner, it is strongly recommended for you to head to the main harbour area.
The weather for your holidays in Addaia will be influenced by a beautiful Mediterranean climate. This means that it is lovely and mild during the winter and quite hot in summer. Average temperatures in January and February are likely to be around 14 degrees Celsius; in July and August this is going to be between 28 and 29 degrees. There are just under 24 inches of precipitation in Menorca per year.
All main holiday airlines and most scheduled airlines operate services between the UK and Mahon Airport (MAH), which is conveniently close to the capital of the island of Menorca. Flights during the summer months will be even better than during the winter, but you should never struggle to find a flight from a nearby UK airport.