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.Read more
The beach of Arenal de Son Saura (also known as Arenal de S’Olla de Son Saura, Arenal de s’Olla, Son Saura del Norte, or Playa de Son Parc) is an urban beach in the north of Menorca located very close to the urbanization of Son Parc, and very close to Es Mercadal and Alaior.
In the right area of the beach there are some apartments and in the left area of the beach there is a bar-restaurant. As it is easy to reach this beach by car, during the summer season it is very frequented by both tourists and locals.Read more
Cala Rafalet is a unique cove with a difficult description. This very narrow cove is very close to Maó and has the peculiarity that to take a dip you have to go over some rocks, from the sand it seems that the sea is hiding.Read more
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.Read more
If you want to quickly see photos of all the beaches of Menorca you are in luck. Here you have photos of almost all the beaches you can go to in Menorca.Read more