Northern Beaches

A hypnotic untamed landscape, with reddish sands and aqua-marine waters that envelop everything. The beaches of Menorca’s north coast are truly unique, a far cry from their sisters in the south. Menorca’s unique geology has created rock formations of slate and red clay, characteristic of the island’s northern coastline. Menorca’s geology dates back over 400 million years, and the oldest materials are precisely on the north of the island.

The constant buffeting of the northern winds has hewn the northern face of the island into spectacular landscapes and rock formations, creating an almost lunar landscape at times. The unique character and personality of these coves will make your visit a truly unforgettable experience.

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