Kayaking tour to Illa d’en Colom Island

The kayak tour to the illa d’en Colom is a short, simple and fun route suitable for all audiences of any age. This route is ideal from May to October and as long as not much north wind blows.

During the months of July and August the area between Es Grau and Illa d’en Colom has quite a lot of motor boat and sailing traffic, so it is advisable to go with a little more care to avoid any scare in the sea.

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Cala Tamarells South

The beach of Tamarells des Sud is a small unspoilt beach halfway between es Grau and the lighthouse of Favàritx, on the north coast of Menorca. It is a sandy beach actually formed by two beaches (Tamarells des Sud I and Tamarells des Sud II).

Both beaches are facing east and quite protected by the Illa d’en Colom island. Although in summer season there are usually people, it is not a very busy beach since you have to walk a good stretch to reach it.

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Menorca in Couple in 5 Days

If you are going to be in Menorca with your partner for 5 days, this is the guide of the best activities, beaches and restaurants that you can enjoy during your getaway as a couple. Shall we start?

The guide has been made for days, but plans can be exchanged and combined as you prefer.

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Arenal d’en Moro

The beach of Arenal den Moro is located on the Illa den Colom, an island very close to the village of Es Grau (and the beach of Es Grau). The illa d’en Colom island has 2 beaches, and the Arenal d’en Moro is smaller but more frequented for having more sandy surface where to put the towel.

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Cala en Vidrier Beach

Cala en Vidrier is a small beach in the area of Es Grau. Despite being part of the north of Menorca, the beach is south-facing. Thanks to its orientation, you can enjoy many hours of sun overlooking the village of es Grau.

The beach is less than 50 meters wide and is quite protected from the north wind, so when tramuntana (north wind) winds blow it is a good option to shelter.

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