23rd June 2018
Menorca is blessed with stunning sandy beaches and crystal clear blue waters. There are more beaches on the island than Mallorca and Ibiza combined- with nearly 700 square kilometres of beach on the island and 216 kilometres of coastline, Menorca offers you a wide range of options of where to top up your tan!
Es Grau Beach
If you want a child-friendly beach but not be amongst the crowds, visit Es Grau located on the north-east coast of the island. This horseshoe-shaped beach offers beach goers very tranquil and calm waters and the sea stays shallow for a few hundred feet from the shore. There is also a village only a short stroll away where you can find a selection of family-friendly restaurants and shops
Photo Courtesy of ElevenRoute article on Menorca, Spain. Cala Macarelleta
Bring your cameras, you won’t regret it! The turquoise blue water is so crystal clear that yachts appear to be floating in space! Cala Macarelleta is also connected to Cala Macarella by trail with some amazing views, so we recommend bringing a good pair of shoes! Arrive by 10AM to guarantee a spot in high summer.
The fine white sand is an exception for the north of the island. It lies in a cove located in Grau Albufera Natural Park; you’ll follow a 1.2 km trail and be greeted to space and tranquillity. Appreciate the beautiful surroundings where silence is broken only by the sound of waves.
Photo Courtesy of Duantless Jaunter- The Balearic Island Lowdown. Cala Trebaluger