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
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
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
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 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
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
Without exaggerating, Binidali cove on the southeast coast of Menorca near Binibécquer Vell is one of the most spectacular on the entire island.
The cove has just a sliver of sand and is set deep in the mountains. That means that
One of the most popular urban coves near Ciudadela, this beach is located 10km to the south of the city in the Cala en Bosc housing development.
The cove is located near a sports marina and is a blue-flag beach with fine white sand
Menorca is a magical island thanks to the contrast of blue sea and white villages.
There are many coves to see, but if you’re looking to disconnect, relax, and enjoy that peaceful seaside feeling, Cala Pudent is the best option.
Cala Tirant is a beautiful cove north of Menorca. The sunsets are fantastic, with impressive light contrast. These are photos from June 25, 2011. It is associated with an Italian resort, the beach carema.
The Menorca Island is one of the most visited paradise beachs in the Balearic Islands. If you know how you'll be able to find places where you're all alone even in the month of August. The favàritz cap is not one of them, as it is a