Menorca is a paradisiacal holiday destination, especially the north coast of the island, a natural jewel with some of Europe’s most spectacular beaches and inlets. Listed below you will find some that are worth a visit this summer:
Cala Pregonda is one of the most impressive beaches in the north coas of Menorca, with its crystal clear waters and golden sand. It is an unspoilt beach, so there are no tourist facilities; this makes the place even more special. If you have time, walk to the small island in the bay to enjoy panoramic views of the coastline.
Located at the eastern end of the Natural Park of S’Albufera des Grau, Cala Tortuga is an unspoilt and quiet beach that is perfect for those seeking a bit of privacy. The beach stretches for over 500 metres and is surrounded by dunes and pine trees, making it an ideal place to switch off.
Cala Viola is a small, quiet bay on the north coast of Menorca, close to the village of Es Mercadal. The crystal clear waters are perfect for diving and snorkelling, and the surrounding cliffs provide a stunning natural background.
Cala Pilar is an unspoilt and remote beach located on the north coast of Menorca. With its reddish sand and crystal clear waters, the beach is a popular spot for those looking to escape from mass tourism. The beach does not have any services, so it is important that you bring everything you need.
Located at the northern end of the island, Cala Morell is a small inlet surrounded by cliffs and caves. It is a popular spot for diving and snorkelling due to its crystal clear waters and the large amount of marine life that can be found there. There is also has a small bar and restaurant on the beach.
Don’t wait any longer to explore the most stunning beaches and bays on the north coast of Menorca, sharing your experience on social media using the hashtag #DiscoveryMenorca. We can’t wait to hear about your favourite beach or bay!
Also discover the Five southern coast beaches you must visit in Menorca.