Platges de Cavalleria


This stunning, reddish-golden double-crescent beach sits at the southwest end of far-northern Menorca's Cavalleria peninsula. It's around 500m (a five-minute walk) from the nearest car park, which is 4km south of the Cavalleria lighthouse.

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1. Cala Pregonda

1.93 MILES

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…

2. Far de Cavalleria

2.18 MILES

Standing guard atop abrupt cliffs on Menorca's northernmost tip, this 1857 lighthouse is Spain's oldest. It's signposted from a roundabout 4km south of…

3. Castell Sant Antoni

2.99 MILES

‘Castle’ is a grand word for this insensitively restored seaside fort, with its excess of crude concrete. It was built in the 17th century, but demolished…

4. Cala d'Algaiarens

8.24 MILES

Tucked between Cala Morell and Cala Carbó on the island's northwest coast, this crescent of powder-soft white sand is fringed by dunes, pines and azure…

5. Cala Mitjana

10.26 MILES

Ah, bliss! Pine-brushed cliffs enshroud this silky sugar-white cove, set deep into a headland 7km southwest of Ferreries. Park in the free car park just…

6. Cala Galdana

10.44 MILES

About 7km southwest of Ferreries, the beach resort of Cala Galdana sits snugly around a pine-fringed, white-tinged horseshoe-shaped bay, marred by three…

7. Cala Presili

10.52 MILES

This pretty, sandy east-coast beach is only reachable on foot: it's 1km southwest of the Favàritx lighthouse car park and signposted.

8. Naveta des Tudons

10.57 MILES

Six kilometres east of Ciutadella, Menorca's best-preserved stone burial chamber was constructed around 1000 BC. The remains of over 100 individuals were…