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
If you go to Menorca on holiday and want to do some outdoor activity do not miss what I consider the Top 10. In addition to having a list with many unspoilt beaches, you have dozens of outdoor plans.Read more
Cala Biniparratx is another of the “bini” coves of Menorca (bini- is a prefix of Arab origin that is equivalent to “Son of …”), located very close to Binisafúller and Binidalí. Biniparratx is south facing, so it has “face” sun for most of the day.
The beach is about 20 meters wide by 20 meters long, so it has room for quite a few swimmers on the sand. Biniparratx has as its main attraction the access to the beach, which runs through the center of the Ravine of Biniparratx.Read more
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
Cala en Forcat is a tiny beach located in the urbanization of Los Delfines, an urbanization very prepared for local and foreign tourists about 7 km from Ciutadella.
Its proximity to the Farragut hotel (can be reached on a 2-minute walk) makes it almost always quite frequented in high season. If you are looking for a seafront hotel with access to a small cove, it is possible that with the Farragut and this cove you have found what you were looking for.Read more