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 Galdana.
Take the detour towards Santa Galdana just before you get to Ferrerías from Ciudadela heading towards Mahón. After a few minutes, you’ll see a sign indicating the direction to the cove.
Here’s a good activity to prove that Menorca is much more than just beaches. Doing a route on horseback through the interior of Menorca is a fantastic experience and shows a new side of Menorca’s ecosystem.
For those who (like me) aren't so used to riding horses (in fact, it was my first time), it’s a good place to start. The horses are incredibly tame and you feel perfectly comfortable during the ride. It’s very relaxing and highly recommended.
Located as part of the Artiem Audax Hotel in Cala Galdana, this multi-adventure centre has a variety of leisure options like hiking, kayaking, and mountain biking. We chose the latter and went on a route that a guide recommended us through the interior. The most popular option is the Camin de Cavalls trail but he told us that it could be a bit tough if you weren't adequately prepared. The one through the interior, on the other hand, was mostly flat and we really enjoyed it.
Our guide was a walking encyclopedia of local flora and fauna; he explained the plants and animals we passed on the way (for instance, herons and owls). He even showed a hidden cave to give us an idea of all the hidden gems you could find on the island.