Menorca is an island that I’m passionate about.
I don’t think twice about spending a part of my summer there (if I have the time) and spend hours in the incredible coves. Macarella is one of the most beautiful, as well as
I really admire the earth’s magnetic forces and those “special” places where strange things happen. One of them is the Triángulo del Silencio (The Silence Triangle). Its vertexes, three high tips surrounded by water, the rock of Ifach
Located in the resort of Roche, it is known for its flamboyant and excellent chalets, it lies between El Puerco beach and Cala Encendida. It is more than 2 km long and about 40 m wide, the sand is soft and golden. It is a very quiet
I’d recommend Comte Cove if you’re tired of Ibiza’s nightclub-hotel-tourist-beach circuit and are looking for something a little less touristy. Head west from San Antonio, following signs for Cala Bassa, and you’ll see signs for Cala
Cala Pregonda is found on the north coast of Menorca. It’s an almost virgin cove; there are only two or three homes in the area and to access the cove you need to either go by boat or a half-hour hike.
It has smooth red sand, clear
The San Pedro cove is one of the few redoubts hippies left in Spain. Many people, not only hippies, camp there for an indeterminate period of time.
The beach has crystalline water, surrounded by a small mountain 45 minutes away
Cala Mitjana is a small virgin cove in the south of Menorca. Its blue waters and central location make it a recommendable and easily-accessible location for everyone. To get to Cala Mitjana, you take the same road to go to Cala
Located on the island of Menorca, this is an urban beach that you can easily reach by car. It’s the quintessential Menorcan cove.
The large beach forms a perfect semicircle of white sand and clear water that’s protected from the
Cala Luna is the most popular beach on the Gulf of Orosei, mainly for being the closest to the main town, Cala Gonone, but also for being a simply amazing beach.
The beach is long and pebbly and the entrance isn't too steep so it's
Sardinia is the best beach destination in all of Italy, but the coves in the Gulf of Orosei definitely take the cake. We're not talking about long, sandy beaches here, but rather small coves (many of them with pebble beaches) hidden
Cala Turqueta was the first cove we visited in Menorca and it was astounding. Fine white sand and blue transparent waters; it’s like a hidden paradise away from the rest of the world.
It’s located about 10km from Ciutadella very
After taking a bus for a long time that took us away from the heart of Marseille, and led us to the university, we walked for an hour through paths surrounded by trees and between tiny mountains, up to one view that I will always
It’s a five minute drive from the town of Benitachel. Make sure to ask for “la cumbre del sol” and everyone will know which direction to point you towards. It’s another one of the many gorgeous coves that lie along the white coast in
This tiny natural cove with crystal-clear water located to the south of Cape Noa and in front of it emerges the impressive Descubridor island you can enjoy a swim all to yourself. You can scuba dive between the lush ivy grasslands
The best of Cala Saona is definitely experienced from the sea. Watching the sunset from the sea and spending the night, then waking up in paradise is an unforgettable experience. If you have the chance to go there by boat it's worth
If you want to live a magical moment, I recommend heading to the Calas Coves. It’s one of the most beautiful places to enjoy the sea: it’s a series of over 100 artificial caves that were used in the 9th century as a burial ground and
When you jump from the rocks and you dive into the water in order to try an get cool ... you will be stunned to discover that you are in the middle of a fabulous natural aquarium. Fabulous?? Yes it seems that schools of fish of
The Calanques are a series of coves in the south of France. There are in a large natural park called Parc Naturel des Calanques, which covers more than 20 miles of pristine coastline between Marseille and Cassis. You can go from
At this site, you can take a spectacular walk of about 40 minutes which will take you to the edge of the sea . Here, you will enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific and the islands of the Coromandel Peninsula, descending to a beach
The Costa Brava is famous as a tourist destination but it still hides some lonely stretches of coast which are accessible by foot and have great beauty. One of these places spreads from Joncols Cove to the top of Sa Figuera, in the
It is a small cove that is only accessible by a dirt road but it is very protected from the wind and currents. It has almost no waves so it is nice to go with kids. It has a snack bar that serves food and has a sweet shop. Many people
For me this is one of the best beaches on the Costa Brava. I love to go in winter, there is nobody and I can completely unwind and recharge. One of the small pleasures of life is to enjoy reading a good book surrounded by spectacular
It has the same splendid color that you’ll find in the rest of Mallorca, however, the Migjorn Mediterranean has a special character and beauty about it.
Es Trenc is found on the famous beach, where lovers of wild, untamed places