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Santo Tomas is the ideal location for you or your family to visit if you are looking for the perfect Spanish vacation without all of the frills of some of the larger resort towns. Santo Tomas is relatively small, and because of that, it has a more relaxed atmosphere than most places along the south coast of Menorca.
The compact design of this small town is ideal for tourists, as a lot of the best restaurants and bars are continently located either directly on, or just off of the main street. However, do not let the town's size fool you when it comes to the fun you will be able to have when visiting Santo Tomas.
For starters, once you have fully explored the bars and restaurants on the main drag, you can catch some gorgeous Spanish sunshine while relaxing on the towns beautiful and clean 3km stretch of beach (which is the longest run of sand in Menorca.) The beach runs straight into crisp, and brilliantly clear water that is perfect for family fun. If safety is a concern for you, fear not, as the beach is manned by lifeguards at all times, as well as a flag system which communicates the condition of the currents for your knowledge and safety. You can also rent sunbeds and parasols to make your beach time more enjoyable.
After spending your day on the beach or in the crisp, clear water you can take advantage of the calm, and chill evenings Santo Tomas offers. If the low-key night out that the bars and restaurants can offer is not what you want every night of your trip, you can easily take a 20 minute stroll and visit the neighbouring Son Bou, which will provide more bars, restaurants and shops with a much more livelier atmosphere for you and your friends, family or loved one to enjoy. Another option is Menorca's capital Mahon. The island's capital is less than an hour’s trip away and provides many tourist attractions for you to delve into. You can take in a recital at the Santa Maria Cathedral (if you make it to Mahon before 11 a.m.), or spend your time exploring the Placa de S'Esplanada for some top-quality people watching and coffee. There is also the Xoriguer Gin Distillery, which was first opened in the 18th century, that is an amazing site to explore before taking in a nice harbour-side lunch.
Because Santo Tomas plays by the typical Mediterranean climate most of Spain has, you will notice the temperatures really heating up around the beginning of May when your thermostat will reach high-20s. However, the peak-heat in Santo Tomas comes in July and August where high-30s is your norm - perfect for sitting on the beach and enjoying an adult beverage before cooling off in the crisp, clear and scenic water. And, do not worry about rain. It is very unlikely that you will get enough rainfall throughout your visit to Santo Tomas to really put a damper on the trip.