macaret beach menorca

Na Macaret Beach, in Menorca

Cala Macaret is a familiar beach in the Addaia spot, an area without the tourist bustle and a local atmosphere. It is a haven of peace within a bay shielded from all winds.

Macaret is a peaceful beach

In the North of Menorca, you will find Cala Macaret, within Addaia Bay and very close to Arenal d'en Castell town. However, it is much quieter than this last one.

Unlike other beaches, Macaret has a lot of wave protection, and the sea is always flat because it has many islets surrounding it. Therefore, it is an excellent cove to go with kids in Menorca.

macaret beach menorca

In addition, please note that it is in a tranquil and picturesque town, where many locals have their second residence in summer.

It is traditional to see older people sitting in the shadow with their neighbours and friends, like in the seventies.

Visit Sa Punta viewpoint

If you go straight on when you arrive at Na Macaret, you will come to a dead-end roundabout with spectacular views; It is the path that goes to Mirador de Sa Punta viewpoint.

Once there, you will find another rocky cove between precipices with incredibly turquoise water called sa Caleta d'en Racó.

mirador de sa punta caleta den raco viewpoint menorca

It has bars and restaurants

Despite being a quiet and peaceful place, you can also lunch in one of its restaurants next to the beach.

Acuario de Macaret restaurant offers exquisite dishes of local products such as Cuttlefish, Mussels or good meats.

Note that it is only 2 minutes from the beach, so shortly, you will be able to enjoy the afternoon in the sand with your children again.

How to get to Macaret

To get to Macaret beach, you must take the Mahón-Fornells road and turn off halfway at the roundabout that goes to Arenal d'en Castell (ME-9).

Once on the ninth road, you must go straight on without turning off until you reach the urbanization.

You can also go by bus!

During the summer (June to September), there is a regular bus that makes the Alaior - Macaret route; it is line 44.

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