CalesPiques is a very small urban beach within the Urbanization Calan Blanes/Los Delfines. It is a very narrow and westRead more
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.Read more
The beach of Sa Platjola is a tiny cove located inside the port of Maò next to the grandiose Fortress of La Mola. Just in front of sa Platjola you can see the walls of the Lazaretto of Maò.
Sa Platjola isn’t usually very crowded, even during summer. The beach is very quiet and shallow, and usually has quite posidonia all over the seabed, which makes the feeling when walking in thw water somewhat unpleasant (if you don’t like to step on this plants).
In front of Sa Platjola and En Miou there are dozens of boats anchored, as this small “bay” is very protected from the winds and adverse conditions of the sea.Read more
If you are looking for deserted beaches in summer in Menorca you will have already noticed that it is difficult. Menorca is a very popular destination in summer and there are hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit the beaches every year.
In this article you will discover which beaches you have to go to in summer (June to August) to find the most empty beaches. As you probably already imagine, to go to the beaches with fewer people you will have to walk and enough.Read more
Cavalleria Beach is located in the north of Menorca. It is far from the developments and is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. In summer it gets very busy, but you can always park relatively close and for free. It has over 500 meters in length and a width that despite progressively being reduced by the erosion, remains more than sufficient to lay the towel and enjoy.Read more