Menorca Beaches & Beautiful Coves

The Menorca beaches and coves are the top attraction of this locations. Stunning turquoise waters await visitors to this wonderful Balearic island.

Playas de Menorca

Like a small child thumbing their nose at their older sister. Menorca, although smaller boasts more beaches than neighbouring Majorca. Getting to some of the more remote Menorca beaches though, can be an adventure in itself.

Top beaches in Menorca

Menorca’s more affluent visitors use motorboats and yachts of course. For he average Joe, it’s sometimes a bit of a foot slog. If you don’t have a yacht handy then a SUP (stand up paddle boards) will help. Kayaks will also get you to some of the most stunning beaches in Spain. You could also make like Indiana Jones and blaze your own trail through the forest. Rest assured, whichever of the Menorca beaches you choose, fun in the sun assured.

Serpentona & Cala Galdena

Cala Galdena, Menorca

If secluded bays and crystal clear waters backed by lush green forests is your thing. You could head to the little resort area of Serpentona. Here you will find some of the most picturesque bays and coves on the island. Cala Galdena is the largest and right in front of the resort. Being the resort’s main bay there are good facilities here and a sprinkling of lively beach bars. There is also a scuba diving operation and further excellent water sports.

Cala Mitjana

Cala Mitjana

Now the adventure begins, so bring along plenty of water and a picnic as there are no amenities where we’re heading. About a kilometres east is Cala Mitjana that can be reached on foot through the forest. Here it’s all about enjoying the tranquillity. Snorkell ing the coves and walking the forest and clifftop nature trails.

Cala Trebalúger

Cala Trebalúger

Those fit enough can swim, hike and rock climb their way further east along the coastline to Cala Trebalúger. There is a more direct nature trail connecting the coves. Here you will find one of the most beautiful of the Menorca beaches. With a small river running into it and forested cliffs on either side. The more adventurous spirit will be in paradise.

The Menorca beaches are not conducive to wild parties. They also do not have promenades packed with bars and clubs. If you want to enjoy a holiday on the island where you can find beaches and bays. Some hip cool and trendy places to party, head to the beaches around Cituadella de Menorca. Los Delfines and Cala Blanes are two good examples.

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