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The Best Beaches in Menorca - Balearic Islands

Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic Islands of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea. The island has been classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1993, and it is easy to understand why: paradisiacal sceneries, breathtaking blue waters and a climate that makes us want to never return to our starting point.

Did you know that, on average, Menorca has 300 days of sun a year? Discover now the best beaches in Menorca!

Cala Turqueta

No, it's not in the Caribbean. The Cala Turqueta is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular beaches in Menorca. White rocks and pine trees surround this beautiful, crystalline sea. The perfect place to rest and feel that you are in true paradise! At 5 minutes from this beautiful "Cala", we find Macarella, which we present below.

Cala Macarella

Probably the best-known beach in Menorca. The turquoise blue of the water is so crystalline that the boats that sail there almost seem to be flying. Cala Macarella is one of the most fascinating bays on the island, presenting very exotic and heavenly features.   

Cala Trebaluger

This beach has a secret: it is the nudists' favorite beach. If you are looking for a place to sunbathe without any clothing, the Cala Trebaluger is ideal, since there is a habit of practicing nudism. However, everyone is most welcome to this secluded beach. There is no bar or terrace, so we advise you to bring your kettle and soft drinks from home.

Cala Escorxada

More unknown, and then less touristyCala Escorxada becomes a challenge that is well worth it. Because it is difficult to reach, having to complete a trail to get here, it is one of the great pearls of Menorca, since it is almost deserted. Have you ever imagined having a beautiful beach like this almost exclusively for you?

Cala Sa Mesquida

Cala Sa Mesquida has fine white sand, which contrasts very well with the incredible tones of the sea (it is impossible to escape the turquoise blue of Menorca, right?). It is the perfect beach for those who love to swim and ideal for snorkeling enthusiasts.

We've already told you about the 300 days of sunshine a year... What if we tell you now that the average is 12 hours of sunshine in the summer? We believe that the pictures speak for themselves: Menorca is a true Paradise on Earth! And there are lots of Menorca activities for the whole family for a well-spent day on the island.

Now that you know the best beaches in Menorca, grab your sunscreen, towel, and sunglasses and get ready for an unforgettable vacation!

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