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We drove to Son Saura beach which had plenty of parking. From there it is a short hike to Cala Es Talaier. Either you take a shortcut across the peninsula from Son Saura beach or you follow Cami Cavalls trail which is longer. It takes...More
Liked how well organized the parking is for Son Saura and this Cala. From the parking you walk 20 mins to son Saura which is already nice, but a further 25 mins brings you to Talaier. The walk through the rocks has great views and...More
Walked here with our family of 4 after visiting other easier to reach beaches. It is a pretty good walk but you are rewarded with a small quaint beach in a beautiful area. Early morning or late afternoon would be best. Check the tides. If...More
It tales you 30 minutes from the car park to reach the beach. There is no infrastructure at the beach, but the beach is very beautiful. There are trees on the side, so you have some shadow, if you need to avoid the sun.
Park your car at the Son Saura carpark and walk to Cala Es Talaier. It takes a bit to walk there but it is worth it. You can walk along the coast, but you can also cross over the punta, which saves you more than...More
It needs lot of walking from car parking , about 30-40 min on sun but worth it! Sand is white with touch of pink, water is cleaner than in other beaches. There is plenty shadow places on the beach and not so crowded. Menorca's best!
This is the most beautiful beach I've seen in Menorca, 15 minutes walk after Don Saura, it's literally a little paradise. Go early in the morning before the ferries arrive, best in May or end of September as less crowded and more parking available, always...More
I would not be able to give you a straight answer on that, others might. I was there in the season and you are lucky if you get as long as to the parking. It is often full and you'll be stopped at some point before you even... More
I would not be able to give you a straight answer on that, others might. I was there in the season and you are lucky if you get as long as to the parking. It is often full and you'll be stopped at some point before you even get close to the coast. I have to warn you though: me experience with using Google Maps in Menorca is that you are often stopped by a gate somewhere in the middle of nowwhere and you'll have to turn around.