The Cova d’en Xoroi (Xoroi’s Cave) is a natural cave placed in Cala en Porter, the south coast of Menorca. The cave can be visited during the day as well as in the evening. The cave recieves the name of Xoroi due to a turkish pirate who lived sheltered in the cave during years and who survived stealing. The legend tells that when they discovered Xoroi in the cave, he jumped to the sea and nobody ever saw him again.Read more
Cala Macarella is another paradisiacal beach of Menorca. It’s in the south coast and is one of the most crowded virgin calas during summer vacation as it has many services and a close parking. The photo of Cala Macarella is at the fore of many postal cards of the island.
Para llegar solamente hace falta tomar el Camí de Sant Joan de Missa desde Ciudadela y seguir los carteles que se ven en la carretera. El trayecto desde Ciudadela hasta Macarella puede llevarte unos 20-25 minutos en coche, y algo más de 1 hora en bici.Read more
The Sanitja port or Sanisera is a natural port located next to the old roman town Sansiera. The port is in the Caballeria cape and it has an approximately lenght of 800 meters and very little depth which represent a perfect shelter against Tramuntana wind for boats.
The port isn’t very exploited and you can barely see few little wooden boats during high seasonRead more
In the old centre of Ciutadella, very close to Plaça Nova, you can find a little treasure: the Restaurant Curniola 35.Read more
We are working together with Laia from Mammaproof preparing a guide to travel to Menorca with kids. Laia is the mother of Emma (5) and Marti (2) and she’s an expert in travelling with the family to Menorca as she has been doing it since Emma was born 5 years ago.Read more