Situated on Menorca’s rugged yet beautiful southeast coastline, Cala Binidalí is only a 20-minute drive from the island’s airport. Sitting at the landward end of a curving inlet of the Mediterranean, its soft sands are surrounded by sheer cliffs of bedrock and native flora clinging on where it can. As a result, the crystal clear waters off Cala Binidali are very well sheltered, and offer good opportunities for those looking to spend some time snorkelling. On land, the area is a popular choice for ramblers looking to explore on foot.
Though relatively deep, Cala Binidali is only a narrow beach, meaning it gets full very quickly during the summer months. Accessed via a series of steps from the designated car park, it’s not ideal for those with pushchairs or wheelchairs, though both the beaches of Binisafua and Binibeca provide good alternatives a short drive further along this spectacular stretch of coastline.
Cala Binidali is also wonderful to experience from the sea, with small yachts often laying anchor here for a couple of hours before moving on to the next serene cove.
- Diving & snorkelling
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