Carved into the landscape throughout the ages, walking is the best way of knowing both the coasts and the heart of Menorca. The possibilities are endless and the characteristics so varied that every walker will find a route practically made to measure. Along the north coast, for example, are some of the most beautiful and stunning journeys on the island. This is the case on the road that connects Punta Nati and Cala Morell, and can be continued until Cala Carbó. An authentic privilege for ramblers.
Wild, and no less beautiful are the coasts, which can be seen when covering the route through the Alocs, which goes from Muntanya Mala to Cala Pregonda. A path that spectacularly connects Cala Pregonda with Cap de Cavalleria.
If we move to the south of the island we will
notice that the landscape softens. The coves and secluded spots
are more abundant than cliffs, and these excursions are especially
recommended for those who are aesthetically sensitive and value
the harmony of the landscape. The path that connects Son Xoriguer
and Son Bou, for example, or serene corners worthy of being visited
such as Cala en Turqueta, Cala Mitjana or Binigaus.