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  • Hotel Agamenon
    The Hotel Agamenon enjoys a magnificient position just on the water’s edge overlooking the bay in the quiet town of Es Castell. Its privileged location as well as its excellent views over the bay make it an ideal holiday spot to relax and take in the surrounding sights.
  • Discover Ciutadella
    Enjoy an included excursion to Ciutadella, located at the west end of the island, it is the second largest town in Minorca and was the capital of the island until the 18th century. Today it remains as the ecclesiastical capital, as the Cathedral of Minorca and the Minorca bishop's palace can be found here
  • Minorca's lighthouses
    Minorca’s lighthouses are important not only for their unquestionable function to illuminate the coastline around the island, but also for their place in history. The island’s lighthouses are located in particularly striking spots, standing guard over insurmountable limestone cliffs. All the lighthouses have their own architectural style and character providing a photography enthusiasts dream as well as the ideal destination for a walk combining peace with nature at its wildest.
  • Port of Mahon
    The port of Mahon is the second largest natural port in Europe and has everything needed to fascinate visitors, with calm waters and green shores dotted with houses, villas and chalets on the north coast and the city of Mahon on the south coast, offering breathtaking views of beautiful landscapes.
  • Es Castell
    Es Castell, previously named Villa Carlos, is full of history and charm, and is one of the best locations on the island for summer evenings and lunch time meals in the town's side streets or down in the delightful harbour. The town's fishing harbour, Calas Fonts, has become a little haven of restaurants and bars favoured by locals and tourists alike. Founded in Georgian times as a British military base, this influence can be seen in the town's architecture and layout.
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Hotel Agamenon Stay and Relax
Hotel Agamenon

The Hotel Agamenon enjoys a magnificient position just on the water’s edge overlooking the bay in the quiet town of Es Castell. Its privileged location as well as its excellent views over the bay make it an ideal holiday spot to relax and take in the surrounding sights.

Hotel Agamenon QQQQ

  • Travel insurance and additional
    cancellation cover
  • Return flights and transfer
  • Full board
  • Free bar open 12 hours a day
  • Welcome drink, cocktail party and
    Saga dinner
  • Resident Saga representative
  • Porterage at your hotel
  • Fruit and water in your room on arrival
  • Exclusive Saga lounge

7 nights
from
£549
per person


Hotel Agamenon QQQQ

Es Castell, Minorca

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Customer reviews

Enjoying an enviable location overlooking Es Castell’s pretty bay, the locally rated 4-star Hotel Agamenón is a haven for those seeking relaxation in the Minorcan sun. The hotel’s views stretch out across the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, while the cosy and friendly atmosphere created by the welcoming staff are sure to make your stay a pleasant one.

Out and about

You can stroll to the town centre of nearby Es Castell, which is 650 metres from the hotel. This quiet town has a rich British military history that is evident in the local architecture, such as the town’s central square which used to be the parade ground and where you’ll now find a museum in the former British barracks. There is also a local bus stop 500 metres from the hotel, which provides easy access to the island’s capital Mahón, three kilometres away.

During your stay, be sure to head down to the stylish Calas Fonts waterfront at least once. You’ll find an array of shops and bars here, and it’s an ideal place for a relaxing stroll in the evening, or you may like to join a boat tour around Port de Maó from here. Mahón airport is 15 minutes’ drive away.

Es Castell, Minorca

Es Castell is a lively town set at the mouth of the Port of Mahón and framed by two attractive coves. The town’s lovely plaza is lined with Georgian buildings, eateries and cafes, and the bay is a hub of activity both day and night. Markets are open twice weekly here and are popular for Minorcan ceramics and crafts.

What our customers say

The graph below shows you exactly what past customers thought — both good and bad. The percentages show how many customers rated the aspects excellent or good on their post‐holiday questionnaires between October 1, 2012 and September 30, 2013.

Holiday overall
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Location
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Food
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Value for money
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