Ses Olles is a very nice beach in the South of Menorca, there's no sand and it's formed by huge stones and small hills. The turquoise waters and the fish abundance made this beach a perfect place for diving in Menorca.
Cala Ses Olles or Cala Fondó is one of the most secrets but by the way accessible beaches of Menorca. It's very near to Binibeca Beach. It's a highly recommended place to practise snorkel because it's full of fish. We also recommended to take a scuba camera to bring home the experience. Also don't miss a diving goggles.
Sea bottom is mostly conformed by sand, except the coaster areas which are more rocky, with some black algae typical of Menorca, called Posidonia. The huge amount of sand and the sunlights becomes this cala an amazing sea contrast, with very turquoise waters. This is a unique cala in Menorca.
Video recorded in 2019, Ses Olles
Cala Fondó or Ses Olles doesn't have sand. It's a fully rocky cala, although it's not the most uncomfortable of Menorca. It has some flat platforms where you can relax and take a dip. It has a bathing ladder that mades easier to go out the water. From the point of view on kids, it's very recommended cause Ses Olles has some buoys that avoid boats get closer to bathers, so we can swim quiet.
Sky view Ses Olles
To arrive to Ses Olles, we should go from Sant Lluis - Mahón to Binibéquer. Once we are in Binibequer we should go to the 'Pueblo de Pescadores' or fisher village direction to Binisafuller. Turn left on third detour on Passeig del Mar Street. On the left side we will see Cala ses Olles.
Binibeca Beach is one of the best beaches in Menorca to go with children and family. It's in Sant Lluis, in the Southeast of the island. It has fine white sand that will impress you.