The route between Cala Pilar i Algaiarens can be done both on foot and by bike. As said above, one of the problems of this section is that Cala Pilar is not well connected, so if you decide to do so you will have need support, or otherwise make the way back and forth the same day.Read more
The tiny beach of Arenalet de s’Enclusa is a little cala located in the north zone of Menorca next to the beach of Savinar de Mongofra.
It’s a beach with difficult access that is usually pretty empty even during the peak season. The beach is 40 meters long and has large amounts of vegetable remains because of the wind.Read more
Cala Roja or Cala Rotja is the little sister of Cavalleria. It’s a small and isolated beach that even the most crowded summer days is pretty empty. It not unusal as it’s located next to Cavalleria, one of the stars of the north coast of Menorca, with plenty of sand where to place the towel and the umbrella.Read more
Cala Fustam is a virgin beach in the south of Menorca completely isolated from the world. It’s probably the most hidden and lost beach of the south coast, especially due to its difficult access both by walking or by bike. It’s placed in the ANEI Me 13 (Natural Area of Special Interest).Read more
It is a stage of about 10km of medium difficulty, that can be traveled in 3h both on foot and by bike. It can be done on foot without any problem and also by bike although in some sections you should get off the bike.Read more