An authentic paradise. This is the Menorcan coast. On some 216 kilometres of coastline, the island has more than seventy beaches which are, without doubt, the island’s most attractive feature. Most are sandy, fine and with a white tone in the south and redder and more coarse to the north, contrasting with the clear waters which set them off beautifully.
This beach located on the west coast of the municipality, awarded with the Blue Flag, is located just 2 km from the centre. The beach totally is adapted for handicapped people disposing of a solarium, changing room, adapted showers and toilets, amphibious chair, a zone marked out with buoys, monitor, ramp access and parking
This beach is located in the Cala Blanca urbanisation has fine white sands and has been awarded the Blue Flag. In the back part of the beach, the remains of an old naveta chamber tomb dating to the talayótica time can be found.