Binibeca is another sub-urban beach in the south of Menorca. Extremely clean and nearby to the fishing village of Binibéquer, one of the most beautiful points on the island.
Binibeca Beach, or, correctly Binibèquer it's located in Sant Lluis, in the SouthEast of Minorca. It's situated in a village with the same name, and split into two areas:
The beach seems virgin because a leafy forest surrounds it; you have to cross to access it. It measures 80 meters long and about 15 meters in height. It has a lot of sand, although it's a bit rocky on the extremes. You will be hurried for taking a dip in that turquoise water.
The sand is fine and clear. A recommended beach for families and children, as it has not much deep water. Also, it has easy access and good public parking.
Sunbeds and umbrellas are on rent if you want to be more comfortable than in the sand. Highly recommended in summer as the sun used to burn.
The parking is excellent! You won't have to worry about parking your car on Binibeca beach. Furthermore, the beach offers sun loungers and umbrellas rental; this is flawless on hot days. However, it does not have showers, the only negative thing about this cove.
The coastline of Binibeca is excellent for diving; its marine wildlife makes it one of the best spots for snorkelling on the island. Indeed, a 3-hour kayaking and snorkelling excursion is a grand plan for your kids, with the safety provided by a local guide.
It's something you need to visit in Cala Binibèquer. The preservation of the village is exceptional; it has white painted houses. It's a place you have to see on the island as it has a unique charm.
You will find bars, restaurants, and souvenir shops in the same village to return home with a memory.
Binibeca has one of the best sunsets in Menorca. You can see it from the same harbour as Fisher's Town. Seeing how the sun goes down in that place is fantastic.
On the left side of the beach, you have a nice Chiringuito called Bucaneros Binibeca. You will control your kids from there, cause the beach is just in front, a very positive point.
If you're bringing food from home, there's a natural picnic area with chairs and tables. It's between the parking and the beach. It has some tree shadows, which is interesting at midday.
It's between Binibeca beach and Binibeca Vell; it's a Chillout that opened in 2019. It's recommended for dinner or take a drink, with spectacular sea views. Unfortunately, it's only open during the summer.
Paupa Bar is an excellent place to enjoy some tapas and some beers. Their tapas are delicious and has reasonable prices. Unquestionably, the views are a strong point of this place. Watching the sunset accompanied by some good spicy chips is a great plan to end the day in Binibeca.
Paupa organizes nightly parties with DJs on full moon nights, a superb plan for everybody.
If you are passionate about cheese and paté, this is your restaurant. As in other good restaurants in the area, booking in advance is essential.
Ca Na Rosa restaurant offers a wide assortment of products (and also local ones). We highlight the Campagna Paté with foie and Na Rosa goat cream.
Sa Musclera of Binibeca is one of the best restaurants near the beach. Its value for money is exceptional; it offers delicious tapas, dishes and fresh products from Menorca, such as sobrasada and fish.
It is crucial to go early or book a table in advance. In July and August, it is full of people. Don't rush at the last minute if you want to eat at Sa Musclera!
The urbanization is entirely touristic and second residences oriented. You will find from hotels to villas. The location is excellent, as it's only 20 minutes away from Menorca Airport.
You can park behind the beach; there's free parking, and all around is an excellent place to park also. Although if you go in the entire summer, it may be tricky.
If you want to go by bus, you can take it every hour from Mahón Bus Station or Sant Lluis Bus Stop.