Cala Rata is a tiny beach within the Port of Mahón. It is in an area of piers and little boats.
Cala Rata or Cala Ratolí is one of the few beaches you will find within the port of Mahón. It is on the opposite side of the promenade and is reached by the Sa Mesquida road, taking a detour to the right by the Cala Rata street.
The beach is beautiful; however, the boats stir the sea, and the water is unclear. Nevertheless, you can go because there are spectacular views of Mahón and its port. The sunset is stunning!
If you are looking for a quiet and typical island cove, keep reading. Es Murtar is your cove! Located very close to Sa Mesquida, it is a place frequented only by people from Menorca.
The islands of Addaia are tiny islands that are in front of the homonymous town. They are visible from all its coastline and has easy access by kayak.