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Cala Presili (also called Capifort) is the first beach where you arrive from the Favàritx lighthouse through the route of Camí de Cavalls. It doesn’t look like the beaches in north of Menorca. Its sand is white and fine and doesn’t have the characteristic red color of other beaches such as Cavalleria or Pregonda.
Restaurants & GastronomyView All
When you travel anywhere, what are you looking for? In addition to sightseeing, I like to try to live like the people who live there.
We have asked friends and acquaintances who live there all year round to recommend their favorite Menorcan restaurants, those who go with their family or their partner when they want to eat out. Restaurants recommended by the Menorquines themselves and that will not disappoint you.
Getting AroundView All
Although it is possible to get around by public transportation, bike or taxi in Menorca, the car is definitely the option that offers more freedom of movement. Not everyone can or wants to reach the island by boat, so in summer there are thousands of people who need to rent a car. If you are planning to visit the best beaches and to move around the island, you should defiinetly rent a car.
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Informatin & CultureView All
In November 2009, the Consell Insular de Menorca presented the first Camí de Cavalls Guide in Menorca. The Guide of the Camí is intended to be a tool that helps residents and tourists interested in knowing the roads surrounding the island of Menorca.
The Guide of the Camí de Cavalls has 180 pages and 14 chapters in which everything related to the Camí de Cavalls and its heritage and landscape value is explained in detail. In the last two chapters you can find information about the routes of the camí, the difficulties of each route, the peculiarities, etc.