Menorca, favorite "cale"

Menorca is an incredible place, it is a little island in the south of the Spain. Where weather, food and beaches are incredibile.

Talking about beaches, you can visited all the "cale" (cave) in three days and here are my suggestions:


CALA DE BINIDALI

It's really similar to Point Dume in Malibu (CA). It's small, but the view and the sea are spectacular. Many people just pass by to take photos, but I highly suggest to spend few hours to relax in one of the less crowded beach of Menorca.

 

CALA'N PORTER

This Cala is more crowded from the one above, but it's worth it a visit.  There, it's perfect to have a relaxing family day while playing sport or doing water activities. Also there are two shops for everyone who is shopaholic or just want to buy some gadgets.  Plus, the city offers many restaurants and bars, but the most famous one is Cova d'en Xeroi (if you want to enter for sure, it's better to book on their website); perfect to take sunset pictures to post online. 

This Cala is more crowded from the one above, but it's worth it a visit. 

There, it's perfect to have a relaxing family day while playing sport or doing water activities. Also there are two shops for everyone who is shopaholic or just want to buy some gadgets. 

Plus, the city offers many restaurants and bars, but the most famous one is Cova d'en Xeroi (if you want to enter for sure, it's better to book on their website); perfect to take sunset pictures to post online. 

 

CALA GALDANA

Cala Galdana is the biggest one that I visited and obviously the most crowded. Behind all the trees there is a little village full of hotels, restaurants and shops. So you can't be bored! The sea is really clear, with my surprise because the presence of all those people. I would say this cala is better for families with young children or people who like to have a little bit of mess around.

Cala Galdana is the biggest one that I visited and obviously the most crowded. Behind all the trees there is a little village full of hotels, restaurants and shops. So you can't be bored!

The sea is really clear, with my surprise because the presence of all those people. I would say this cala is better for families with young children or people who like to have a little bit of mess around.

 

In case you want to see more about Menorca's beaches, nature and cities I did a sort of vlog, so enjoy it!