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
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
Cala Morell is an urban cove in the north of Menorca that is very well protected by its shape and by the cliffs that surround it. It is in the urbanization of Cala Morell and very close to the famous necropolis of Cala Morell.
Cala Morell has a small sandy area about 50 meters long, and lots of small bathing areas with platforms where you can leave the towel and other things.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 Pilar is an unspoilt beach in the north of Menorca. It is a really difficult to reach beach located between Ferreries and Ciutadella. The sand of Cala Pilar, as in most of the north beaches, has a very curious red color. The water is crystal clear when wind conditions are favourable.Read more