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.Read more
Cala Tortuga is an unspoiled beach on the north coast of Menorca. Next to the Favartix lighthouse and close to the also well known Cala Presili (or Cala Capifort). It’s also know as Arenal de Morella but in all the guides, maps and road signs appears as Cala Tortuga.Read more
The tiny beach of Arenalet de s’Enclusa is a little cala located in the north zone of Menorca next to the beach of Savinar de Mongofra.
It’s a beach with difficult access that is usually pretty empty even during the peak season. The beach is 40 meters long and has large amounts of vegetable remains because of the wind.Read more
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.Read more
Sa Mesquida is an espectacular beach in the north zone of Menorca, located very near of Maó. The sand of Sa Mesquida is pretty white and fine, very similar to the beaches of the south. During summer, and specially in August, it’s a very frequented beach although not as much as the south beaches. The beach is 300 meters long and there is wide space for bathers so there’s usually a lot of space in the sand. That’s also because the parking has limited places.Read more