As promised I leave here the best beaches and calas of Menorca!
Cala en Porter
it’s a fantastic spot on the island that you really must visit! This white sandy beach with turquoise blue water makes Cala en Porter a true paradise! The quality of this beach has led to urbanization practically springing up around it. Here you can visit one of the best spots on the island:
Cova d’en Xoroi – At the tip of the hill is situated the famous Cova d’en Xoroi – a wonderful bar inside the cliff caves. It is a very relaxed and inspiring place, especially at sunset. It has live music and an absolutely unforgettable view of the island of Menorca. It’s a perfect spot to end your day in an incredible atmosphere with ambient music (live), stunning views, and sunset never seen before! It is simply perfect. Enjoy the place, dance, relax and take lots of photos!
Son Bou Beach
This beach is the longest on the coast. It has a long carpet of fine white area, great for strolling along the seafront. It is also a prime spot for water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, and snorkeling.
If you’re looking for what to visit in Menorca, this is one of the island’s key spots. Blessed Cala Galdana region!
It is in this area where the best beaches in Menorca are concentrated. There is no doubt that this island is an inspiring idyllic place! Cala Galdana is all about breathtaking beaches. They are the best and most famous on the island of Menorca.
- Cala Escorxada Beach
- Cala Fustam Beach
- Cala Trebalúger Beach
- Cala Mitjana Beach
- Cala Galdana Beach
- Cala Macarella Beach
- Macarelleta Beach
- Cala en Turquesa Beach
All these beaches are formed by small coves with turquoise blue waters! The clarity and temperature of the sea are unbelievable. If you like physical activity, know that there are small trails that you can walk to the nearest beaches of Cala Galdana. The route is all through the middle of nature, so it couldn’t be more relaxing and enjoyable. If you’re staying at Cala Galdana these trails are perfect!
Punta Prima is located in the southeast of the island 10 km from Maó. As the island is small you can quickly get around all the beautiful spots. In the center of the area, there are many restaurants, bars, and outdoor play areas for children. Although it is small, it is worth visiting.
Things to do in Punta Prima:
Punta Prima beach – if you arrive in Menorca via Maó, at Punta Prima you will start to get to know a little of the idyllic beaches around here. The clear turquoise blue waters are a real delight and will be sorely missed!
Cala’n Bosch is one of the closest calas of Ciutadella and is located southwest of Menorca. It is fully urbanized, but the sand and its crystal clear waters are incredible. It is a very beautiful cala and a good area for those who spend a few days in Menorca.