Cala Pregondó – S’Alairó – S’Embarcator

Cala Pregondó (also known as S’Alairó and S’Embarcador) is a small beach located next to its older sister Cala Pregonda.

It is a beach facing north but very well protected from the swell both by the pits of its right and by the Escull de Pregonda.

One of the curiosities of the sands of Pregonda and Pregondó is that they are part of the most fertile agricultural land of Menorca, known as Martinells. These lands are the ones that receive the most rainwater annually from all menorca.

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Caleta de s’Elisabet Beach

Caleta de s’Elisabet Beach (or Cala n’Elisabet) is a tiny red-sandy cove located in the eastern part of Binimel·la. This Cove is very small, only 10 meters long and with space for about 20 people comfortably. It is a beach that in summer can be a little crowded, since the whole area of Binimel·la and Pregonda receives hundreds of tourists who want to go to these beaches.

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Cala Pregonda

Cala Pregonda is one of the most known and appreciated in Menorca beaches. Located in the north, it is a slightly different and unique beach in comparison with the rest of the island. The color of the sand is gold or red, and there are micro islands in front of the beach that protect the sand from the waves, making this place a little paradise.

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