Tosqueta is a lost cove in the North of Menorca. A beach that only knows residents that are trekking addicts, as it has difficult access.
It's a very tiny beach, it's not more than 50 meters long. It used to have boats from Fornells port as it's near it. They used to anchor in the surroundings.
It's located between Punta d'es Corrals and the Cap Negre. Both capes protect it from almost all wind directions, Tramontana included (North wind).
Illa d'en Tosqueta or Tosqueta Island is nearby the cove. It's a small islet that adds wind coverage from East and SouthEast winds.
If you go by boat, you must be worried. There are a lot of hidden rocks. It is recommended to check the nautical chart and be cautious to avoid marine accidents.
It's weird that this cove is crowded. However, if this is the case, you can go to the homonym beach on the south. It's called Macar d'en Tosqueta.
It doesn't have sand, instead, it has small dark flat stones. They are known as macs in Menorca.
The seabed of Cala en Tosqueta is awesome. A rocky area, with many oceanic posidonia meadows. This helps it to be teeming with fish and other marine species. Don't miss some diving goggles to do some snorkeling.
The distance is approximately five kilometres. Don't forget to take some water and food if you want to spend the day there. It's a very natural place, and it doesn't offer any kind of services.
Cala Pudent is an amazing beach in the North of the Island, close to Son Parc. It's a very good alternative to the main beach if it's full of people and we want to enjoy a lonely beach in Menorca.