Coastal Towns and Villages
Take the next short road trip into some of the coastal towns and villages.
Cala En Forcat
Has a small cove with wide sandy beach and the town area is made up of hotels, restaurants, bars and souvenir shops, being the biggest and busiest resort.
A little in land with a thriving cheese and leather industry located next to Na Macaret another coastal village with the cove and sandy beach.
A one street village with the finest beach in Menorca one of the smallest and quietest resorts.
Es Migjorn Gran
A rural town ringed by pine trees with narrow streets and fully preserved traditional architecture of its original centre featuring the many coloured houses mainly white, blue and sandy.
Travel the south-eastern coast visiting fishing villages, coves and beaches which are all small the whitewashed traditional architecture and quiet coves most of the beaten track. They are in the order visited, Salgar, Punta San Ganxo, Biniancolla, Cala En Porter, Son Buu and San Jaine.
Travel the northeast and east coast more the same as the south eastern coast traveling to Cap De Caualleria, Cala Morrell, and Cala En Brut. Next going on the east coast visit Cap De Favaritx a coved area with a lighthouse, Es Grau with a long thin beach into the cove.
Finally visit Mao a Port with the dock area containing many large cruise ships and with a small market to explore.