In the middle part of the marina (Cala'n Bosc) is a place which has nice relaxed padded chairs to sit back and enjoy the entertainment.
out in the open air nice and relaxed, drinks are a little bit expensive ,but bearing in mind your getting entertainment too,is not bad.
service was good,the music is not to everyone's liking but we liked it.
I did try to upload a video on here but it wouldn't work,so Ive attached the video here.
Dress Code: No swimwear
Tropical Kiss is probably the best of Cala en Forcat's bars. It's nicely decorated with big comfy chairs and has a very chilled-out atmosphere. Drinks are pretty cheap (apart from the cocktails, of which there are loads - and bloody good they are too) and the service is friendly.
Just look towards the bar and pretend you're not in Cala en Forcat.
Dress Code: Casual is the order of the day.
This bar is set in caves in the cliffs just outside the resort of Cala en Porter. It's a rather steep 10 Euros to get in (includes one drink) but it's a fabulous place for a drink. They play ambient music as you watch the sun set over the sea. Highly recommended.
According the legend, this Cave is where an strange guy named Xoroi once lived. The story said that Xoroi appeared from the sea, from where no one knows, and took shelter in a cave. Local houses were often robbed and even a girl was abducted. When the locals finally found his shelter, he jumped to the sea and disappeared.
Today it is open to visitors during the day but turns into a club playing ambient music during the summer evenings, and later become a disco.
The club has several terraces over the cliffs, an the atmosphere of the disco inside the cave is really unique. Magic. Dancing while you see the sea below and the stars above!
Opening Hours: Cave visits 10.30 am-9 pm; club from 11pm
Most entertainment in Punta Prima is based in the few small hotels. For the casual visitor it seems like everything is done and dusted by 11pm which allows everyone to get up bright and early.
The one place I found open till late and had live music was a beach bar called Sebastian Place. At the weekends it's courtyard resembled a community centre dance hall as many older Menorcans flocked to the bar to dance the night away to Salvador, a singing organ playing gent.
Very friendly bar, pool table, air hockey for the kids, not at all rowdy and excellent food-better than the more expensive restaurant I tried on the sea front.
I often ended up here supping coctail before going to bed.
Dress Code: Casual
Coves d'En Xoroi
One word define this place: breathtaking. Its a cave perforated in the cliff stoneand pending over it.
during the day its a bar of frequent touristic visites but at evening it is a great disco with of course the most impressive sight that any other disco in the world have.
Dress Code: anyone
This is probably one of Europe's most extraordinary nightlife spots.
A fully equipped 'discoteca' in an ancient cave above the sea.
The club is open Fridays and Saturdays from 11pm.
At other times the cave can be visited, as well.
Entrance fee is 3€.