Menorca is the Balearic Island least exposed to tourism. But this does not mean to say that it is lacking in attractions to entice visitors. Quite the contrary, Menorca is filled with charming countryside and a singular beauty that makes it a natural paradise just waiting to be discovered.
Logically, the most seductive lure of an island is its maritime facade. In Menorca, this is irresistible. On both the north and south coasts of the Island, the land falls steeply and abruptly to the sea, along a coastline that allows no concession for possible coves. However, there are small indentations along the south coast, located at the mouth of some torrent or other where it meets the sea, with tiny shingle beaches with a very rare and special charm.
But the variety of Menorcan beaches is very wide and covers every possibility. From extensive sandy beaches such as Son Bou Beach to intimate and secluded ones, coastal settings in miniature like Cala Mitjaneta.