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
Cales Coves is a set of coves and caves protected by spectacular cliffs. In the municipality of Alaior, this small paradise is a perfect place to anchor for all kinds of boats.
Although the sandy areas are very small, Cales Coves is very famous among tourists and locals because of how quiet the sea is in this area (it looks like a swimming pool), especially when north wind blows.Read more
The prehistoric village of Torretrencada is located a few kilometers from Ciutadella. Torretrencada remained until the end of the Roman era and in its interior are preserved many archaeological remains of interest. In addition to the Taula de Torretrencada, the main rest of the village, there are also hypostile rooms, a talayot and artificial caves carved by its inhabitants directly in the rock subsoil.Read more