Cala Pregonda


Swing west from the Cavalleria headland to reach this curvy gold-sand beauty, which is backed by dunes, part of a marine reserve and considered one of northern Menorca's top beaches. It's about one kilometre (20- to 30-minute walk) northwest from Binimel·là beach, where you can park. Bring a snorkel – the water is crystal clear.

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