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Camping Les Baléares - Son Bou Port Mahon, Minorca

« A sun-drenched island, with wild coves, turquoise water and fine sandy beaches »

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Sports, entertainment and activities at the camping Les Baléares “Son Bou”

Your camping holiday at Les Baléares – Son Bou will give you the chance to enjoy many new and familiar activities. Water sports, hiking, exploring or relaxing on the beach: there's something for everyone...

On the premises

Low season High season Extra charge payable
Beach volleyball
Gym/stretch / aerobics / fitness
Paddle tennis
Games room
Group sports
Water polo
Football pitch
Pétanque area
Tennis court
Volleyball pitch
Multi-sports ground


Distance Low season High season Extra charge payable
Kayaking / canoeing 18 km
Hot air balloon rides
Diving lessons 3 km
Standup paddleboarding lessons 6 km
Riding / horse or pony riding 3 km
Equestrian centre
Sailing club 18 km
Golf 15 km
Weight-training room / gym

Fornells watersports activity centre

Fornells is a charming little village on the north coast of Minorca, a must see stop! Its pretty little harbour, white houses and wide variety of watersports activities available (diving, kayaking, boat trips and more) are sure to win you over.


Minorca's inland region and coasts are magnificent, with oak forests and olive groves, gentle hills, wide beaches and little inlets surrounded by cliffs. Come and spend the whole day or just a few hours exploring these landscapes; there are all sorts of hiking routes around the island.

The entertainment team

From morning ‘til evening, our qualified entertainment team arranges all sorts of activities for you, with kids' clubs, sports tournaments, theme-based evening events, family quizzes and more. Our organisers are there to make your holiday even more fun!

An extreme sports island

On the water, beneath the water or on dry land, Minorca is a paradise for extreme sports and adrenaline rushes! The island's turquoise, clear water, the wonderful flora and fauna in the sea and, for the more daring, its shipwrecks, draw divers from all over the world. Canoeing and kayaking are also great ways to explore the sea, and navigating your way along the beaches and inlets will give you access to some little beaches out in the wilderness. There are also all sorts of hiking routes on dry land, which are great opportunities for a spot of horse riding or mountain biking.

Boat trips

Minorca is a wonderful place for sailing and boat trips. You could hire a kayak, a small sailing dinghy or windsurfer to go and explore the beaches in the area. And people who enjoy the seabed could enjoy a trip aboard a glass-bottomed catamaran leaving from Port Mao. You'll take home some unforgettable memories of your experience!

A wide choice of evening entertainment

In the centre of the Yelloh! Village, between the swimming pool, restaurant, bar and reception, the stage will be the focus of attention for your wonderful evenings. You'll have a fantastic view over the swimming pool and enjoy some great shows whilst enjoying a Minorcan speciality with your family or friends.