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The best beaches of Menorca:

Minorca, an island located to the east of the Balearic islands, is the first place in Spain where the sun gives us its precious light and warmth. An idyllic island where dreams come true.

Menorca is an island where the virgin beaches are paradisiacal, its waters are clean and transparent and its sands have different tones depending on its geological location. 

In this blog, we are going to mention them to you and in the following articles we will talk about each one of them. How to get there, location and general characteristics of each one. For this we will use the popular names and when we talk specifically about each of them we will detail other "official" names. Menorca is an island which throughout its history has received visitors and settlers from all corners of the Mediterranean and Northern Europe. This makes it an island with a great cultural richness.


On the north coast:

Beaches of Algaiarens: Es Bot and Es tancats

Cala del El Pilar

Ets Alocs

Cala Moragues

Cala'n Calderer

Cala Barril

Calas de Pregonda, Pregondó and s'Escull de Pregonda

Cala Es Morts

Platja de Binimel.là 

Cala Mica

Platja de Cavalleria

Cala Viola de Ponent

Cala en Tosqueta

Cala Pudent

Cala des Sivinar de Mongofre

Cala de S'Enclusa

Cala Caldes


On the East coast:

Cala Presili

Platja del Capifort 

Cala d'En Tortuga

Cala de Morella Nou

Cala en Cavaller

Cala Sa Torreta

Cala Tamarells des Nord 

Platges de s'Illa d'en Colom: S'Arenal des Moro and Cala Tamarells

Cala En Vidrier

Es Grau


On the South Coast: 

Cala Biniparratx

Cales Coves

Cala de Sant Llorenç

Cala de Llucalari

Platja de Son Bou

Platja d'Atalis

Platja de Binigaus 

Cala Escorxada

Cala’n Fustam

Cala Trebaluger

Cala Mitjana

Cala Mitjaneta

Cala Macarella

Cala Macarelleta

Cala’n Turqueta

Cala des Talaier

Platges de Son Saura: Bellavista and Es Banyul 

Cala de Son Vell


Ca s’Arader is named after Menorca’s artisan carpenters that used the wood from the indigenous wild olive tree to make all kinds of farming tools. In the olden days it was an essential role for the islands economy that was passed on from fathers to sons. Today, the few artisan carpenters or araders that are left, mostly make gates, tables, benches or stalls amongst other items.