Beaches and coves – Menorca

The island of Minorca It has 216 kilometers of coastline where beaches and coves they happen tirelessly in a very wide variety. The only common factor they all share is the quality of their transparent and clean waters. From beaches and coves with all the services and amenities to spend long stays by the sea, to virgin beaches and without services that are not very difficult to reach on foot or by car. And, thanks to its ecological wealth, Menorca was declared UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Cala Torrent in Binibeca

The entire coast offers visitors magnificent possibilities to perform sports, especially nautical. Whether immense sand or small coves of rock, the entire seabed of Menorca is one of the favorites for scuba divers.

Cala in Menorca

The coasts differ greatly due to their location. The sector located with north orientation It has steeper shores, with redder and darker sands, like the famous Pregonda cove. The vegetation is not so lush or high. All because it is under the influence of the Tramontana wind, which can sometimes be very strong.

The coasts of south, or MigjornThey have white sands and many of them are surrounded by magnificent pine trees that give shelter and hide from the eyes. Also the relief is much softer in this area. Here we can find the well-known coves Galdana, Mitjana, Macarella and Turqueta or beaches that admit nudism such as Macarelleta.

Cala Porter of Menorca

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