The calm, clear waters of Cala Mitjana make it an ideal spot for those looking to escape the crowds. This beachfront location is accessible and scenic at once - you'll never need another destination after coming here!
Cala Mitjaneta is considerably smaller than its maturer sister. Now, it is an authentic beauty surrounded by forests in the south of Menorca. The sea is of a turquoise colour that invites all who visit it to bathe.
It is in the north of Menorca. Cavallería stands out for its large size and being close to one of the most spectacular lighthouses on the island. The access is simple; even the parking is ample. Anyway, better to go early on summer days.
Santo Tomás and its urbanization are one of the most touristic places on the island. Good restaurants and hotels are just a step away from Binigaus, an unspoilt beach. It's perfect for couples and families.
The pristine waters of Arenal d'en Castell invite you to take a dip. This urbanization has all kinds of services and is one of the most beautiful beaches on Menorca, with spectacular views from its cliffs as well!
If you visit the Ciutadella area and look for a virgin beach, Es Talaier beach is the cove you are looking for here. It is within an area of rocks and small holm oaks that combines with spectacular turquoise waters.
If you are looking for beaches with barely any people in Menorca, Cala Morts would be a great alternative. But, practically, only local people know about it since it is on an isolated cliff in Arenal d'en Castell.
Think of Menorca and what comes to mind? Beaches, right? Cala Morell is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. The small, secluded coves and crystal-clear waters make it a favourite spot for swimming, snorkelling and much more.
If you are looking for peace, this beach is for you. Very little known by tourism and with landscapes and an ideal sea for diving. Easy to get to and close from many other amazing beaches in the north.