The waters could not be cleaner in this enclave of Menorca. Small stones and rocks build this tiny beach in the island's south, a very picturesque spot.
Cala Torret is a small beach in a small bay between Binibéquer Beach, Es Caló de Sa Cabra and Biniancolla. This trendy cove belongs to Sant Lluís town and is quickly accessible by bus and car.
The Cala Torret dock has several boats, some private and some from rental companies. An excellent option to explore the area is renting a kayak and take a guided excursion. The turquoise waters and the views are truly spectacular.
Diving is also a great option at this spot. Numerous rocks hide a lot of marine fauna. Remember to check that there are no jellyfish; There is no lifeguard in this cove!
El Faro de Cala Torret is undoubtedly the best restaurant in the area. And above, it is 10 meters from Cala Torret, so its views are exceptional.
It offers all kinds of dishes, but it is worth mentioning the fresh products of the sea. Highlight the lobster stew, the Gallo de San Pedro and the grilled goat, among others. If there is something to mention about this restaurant, its products are fresh and excellent quality.