Located on Menorca’s northern coast in a sheltered bay, Cala Pregonda has a relatively shallow draft into the sea, and golden sands that will have children entertained for hours.
Older children and adults in the group might like to swim lazily to one of the tiny islands just offshore that help to ensure Cala Pregonda remains protected from heavy Mediterranean waves. Alternatively, they might like to snorkel in the clear waters on the lookout for fish and other marine creatures, including jellyfish, which are fascinating creatures to observe so long as you don’t get in the way of their stinging tendrils.
Cala Pregonda has no facilities to offer visitors, and the nearest car park is roughly half an hour away on foot. Just east of Pregonda visitors will find the smaller and quieter Pregondo beach.
- Diving & snorkelling
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