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.
To get to Cala Mitjaneta, you should first go to Cala Mitjana, and then go around a small road across cami de cavalls. It will take you about 5 or 10 minutes approximately. It's recommended to visit and would be great to use some sneakers and made a trip around the beach.
To go to Cala Mitjana, you must take the detour to Cala Galdana in Ferreries. Before arriving at the urbanization you will see ground parking on the left. From there, you must follow a nice path 10 minutes walking until reach the shore.
Without any doubt, this cove is in the top of the beaches on the island. Beach is pristine with soft white sand between your toes. But, what becomes this beach awesome is the landscapes. It has very high cliffs surrounded by huge forests. An unspoiled place in Menorca.
It can host max 20 bathers approximately, as this cove doesn't have much sand. It's recommended to go when there's no wind or at least this is North. Big waves become this beach even smaller.
It's 40 meters long and only has 2 meters height. Go early in the morning if you want to place your towel on the sand, it worth it!
Used to happen a lot that this beach is full of people. Don't worry, it has another zone not less attractive.
Ahead of the beach, there is a tiny stone's area where you can jump and take a dip. It's not as comfortable as the sand, but you can sunbathe anyway. There are two stairs to avoid climbing the rocks.