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Cala Presili (also called Capifort) is the first beach where you arrive from the Favàritx lighthouse through the route of Camí de Cavalls. It doesn’t look like the beaches in north of Menorca. Its sand is white and fine and doesn’t have the characteristic red color of other beaches such as Cavalleria or Pregonda.
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Ecological protection means that the virgin beaches are really virgin. This means that there are no services, no bars or restaurants. This doesn’t mean that there are no bars on Menorca but they are not on the “postcard beaches” you can see in the publicity. If what you want is enjoying the beautiful beaches and good chiringuitos you have several options.
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Although it is possible to get around by public transportation, bike or taxi in Menorca, the car is definitely the option that offers more freedom of movement. Not everyone can or wants to reach the island by boat, so in summer there are thousands of people who need to rent a car. If you are planning to visit the best beaches and to move around the island, you should defiinetly rent a car.
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The celebrations of Sant Joan in Ciutadella are unique and spectacular . For a few days the city of Ciutadella is transformed into a place where more and more people celebrate a very fun and family centered parties. Sant Joan dates have become over the years an increasingly popular tourist attraction, so people from all over Europe and especially Catalonia travel to Ciutadella in late June .