Platja de Binigaus Beach
The attractive red rocks that back onto Platja de Binigaus make this beach’s colourless sands all the more surprising. A long ribbon of elegant white between a warm turquoise sea, the orange-red rocks, and a rich green woodland beyond make Platja de Binigaus as attractive from the sea as it is on land.
Located a short distance almost immediately south of Ferreries, on Menorca’s southern coast, it lies just west of the beach at Saint Tomás, where visitors will find parking at two locations, one free and one requiring payment. A short path then leads from the low cliffs to the beach, which currently lacks services such as a restaurant.
However, Platja de Binigaus is known for its scuba diving possibilities, and is also on the map when it comes to nudist beaches in Menorca. Pets are also allowed, meaning the whole family can enjoy a day a Platja de Binigaus.
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