Beaches of Menorca 

The jewel of the Balearic Islands 

Below is just a sample of the variety and beauty that Menorca has to offer, there are many more stunningly attractive locations to visit, some of which are only possible by boat – so come and explore the “jewel of the Balearic Islands”.

Punta Prima

A large beach of fine white sand, very rocky at the eastern end. It can be dangerous with strong currents when the wind blows from a certain direction. Situated in a small but growing resort with a good selection of accommodation, with ample bars and shops, easy parking right on the beach, sun beds, water sports etc

Binibeca

Small sandy cove in the resort of Binibeca. With Binibeca Vell to the west & Cala Torret to the east with a selection of bars and restaurants in each. Binibeca is all self catering villas and apartments, not a hotel in sight. Beach bar (renowned the world over) sun beds, water sports, easy parking.

Cales Coves

Has a small coarse beach reached by a short walk down a steep sided, limestone gorge. There are many caves high up in the walls of the gorge, making the exploration of this area very exciting for children and their dads as well.

Cala en Porter

All the facilities of an established holiday resort, quite large and lively by Menorcan standards beach bars and easy parking. The beach is reached from the resort by steps, lots of steps, although there is a regular shuttle from the center, to the beach. Good beach with everything one needs, beach bars sun beds water sports, etc.

Son Bou

The longest beach on Menorca. A good choice of accommodation, although some are a good walk or drive from the beach. Bars and restaurants in the nearby commercial centre. Three modern beach bars with telephones, all connected by a lovely wooden path. A red cross hut with lifeguards, sun beds, wind surfing, water slides and plenty of space for relaxing and beach games.

Santo Tomas

At the western end of Son Bou. A long narrow strip of soft white sand backed by hills. A very quiet resort with beach bars, water sports and parking facilities.

Cala Trebaluger

Typical of the Menorca coastline. An absolutely amazing beach, and one seen on many Menorcan postcards.

Cala Mitjana

Situated down a small rocky track off the road from Ferreries to Galdana, on the left hand side just before Cala Galdana but at the end, lies a idyllic south facing cove, bounded by wooded cliffs. Easy to park, but no facilities, bring a picnic.

Cala Galdana

Known as the “Queen of the calas” it is a beautiful pine clad bay. Wide open-mouth bay, but sheltered from any winds, all facilities including hotels, villas, bars, restaurants and water sports.

Son Parc

Medium size resort with small commercial center, featuring a large white sandy beach. It’s ideal for children, as it’s very shallow for the first 20-30 meters. Good parking near the beach, beach bar and water sports of all kinds.

Son Saura

Follow a sign posted minor road from the southern ring road at Ciutadella. There are many gates to open, but the track is unmistakable and leads to a beautiful sheltered bay, with gently shelving pure white sand. No bar, No restaurants, No people or facilities, except parking.

Son Xoriguer

Two smallish beaches of white sand. Small resort with a hotel and a nice center around a marina, easy access, ample parking, beach bars and restaurants. Water sports are a specialty.

Arenal d'en Castell

With two large hotels and lots of villas and apartments, the beach is an almost perfect circular cove, with fine sand that gently slopes into the water. This is a good family resort with beach bars, restaurants and all types of water sports available.

Cala Mesquida

A lovely unspoiled cove with plenty of new parking areas, close to the beach. This beach is popular with the locals on a weekend, but is less busy throughout the week. This is probably the closest beach to Mahon by road, its about a 7 minute drive.

Cala Macarella

An extremely picturesque pine-fringed cove. Approachable by car from the outer ring-road at Ciutadella, or by foot from Cala Galdana . Beach bar and sun beds, etc, for hire. Taking a 5 minute walk around the cliff to Macarelleta is well worth it. Don’t take anything with you then swim back.

Cala Macarelleta

Part of the picturesque pine fringed cove above.

Cala Blanca

Small picturesque resort beaches with all the facilities you need, like sun beds, pedalos and a choice of beach bars serving hot and cold food and drinks.

Agaiarens

Classified as an area of special interest. Beautiful unspoiled beach with dunes. Walks with panoramic views and picnic areas. Also a land train will take visitors down to the beach. Toilets and car parking provided. An outdoor Museum is 2 km away towards the lighthouse, where there are also toilets and a small bar.

Cala Pregonda

Access is by a 20 minute walk from Binimella This beach is outstandingly beautiful. A sandy beach surrounded by unusual rock formations, pines and tamarisk. No facilities. Its a popular Menorca postcard image.

Cala Turqueta

Well worth a visit. No facilities. Take a boat. Again, this is one of the usual postcard images of Menorca. A stunning bay.

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