The lighthouse of Cavalleria is one of the most peculiar lighthouses in Menorca. This lighthouse is located at the northernmost point of the island, Cape Cavalleria, and can be reached by car via a narrow road. It is possible to park the car a few meters away. Most people who visit the lighthouse do so by day, but it is also possible to do it at night, or to watch the sunset.Read more
The Punta Nati Lighthouse is the closest lighthouse to Ciutadella (excluding Sa Farola). For me is one of the best places in Menorca to watch the sunset. This lighthouse was built in 1912 in order to avoid the continuous shipwrecks of the north coast of Ciutadella.
Se puede llegar por una carretera espectacular tanto en coche como en bici. El camino es de dos direcciones pero increíblemente estrecho y con dos carriles bici en un tramo bastante largo. Si circulas con tu vehículo debes ir con mucho cuidado ya que es muy fácil encontrarse con un ciclista en cualquier curva.Read more
The Far de l’illa de l’Aire is the most difficult lighthouse to access in Menorca. Being located on an island in front of Punta Prima, it can only be reached by sea. In the past three “torrers” and their families lived there. Imagine how hard it could be sharing such a small space!Read more
Isolated from civilization and in the midst of s’Albufera des Grau we find the Cape of Favàritx. The Cape of Favàritx is located in the Tramontana area of the island (the northern area) and is geologically very ancient, specifically from the primary era, also known as Paleozoic.
In the same cape of Favaritx we can find the Favaritx Lighthouse. The Lighthouse of Favaritx is surrounded by low cliffs of black and grayish slate, forming a style that many define as lunar or even infernal. When you head towards the lighthouse you will have the feeling that you are in another island, that it is not Menorca at all.Read more
One of the representative characteristics of Menorca are the magnificent lighthouses on the top of amazing cliffs. There are 7 well known lighthouses spread along the coast of the island.Read more