Cala Trebalúguer (Trebalúger)
Cala Trebalúguer is another of Menorca’s south coast hidden gems. Much like nearby Cala Escorxada this little cove is so far off the beaten track (or nearest parking) that few visitors to Menorca ever make it here.
The beach is set in a small rocky bay surrounded by pine forest. Here white sand meets crystal-clear turquoise water creating one of the prettiest beaches on the island.
There are no facilities to speak of at Cala Trebalúguer so you will need to bring your own food and water. But this seems a fair trade off to be able to enjoy such a pristine and unspoilt place.
To get to Cala Trebalúguer the most direct route is to walk around the coast from Cala Mitjana. The hike takes about half and hour (if you’re fit!) and it is quite hard going in places.
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