Cala en Porter

The beach of Cala en Porter is a small cove in the resort of the same name, less than 20 minutes from the airport.

It is a resort beach, protected by the cliffs overlooking the bay and it slopes very gently out to the Mediterranean sea which makes it very safe for small children.

There are facilities for wheel-chair users with their own toilets and access to the sea.

To get back from the beach you‘ll have to walk quite a number of steps.

One of Menorcas' most popular attractions, the Cova d'en Xoroi is nearby.

These caves are located on a cliff edge providing stunning views by day.

The entrance fee includes one drink on the various terrace bars.

It is used as a music club by night.

Getting there

You will probably collect a car or take a taxi at the airport.

Turn left out of the airport. You will then come to a roundabout with an obelisk in the middle.

There, turn left and follow the road for about 10 to 15 minutes, going through Sant Climent.

Just follow the road to the end; it leads you right into the resort.

Walking to Es Canutells:

Duration: about 1 hour.

This is another section of the former perimetral look-out bridleway, the Camí de Cavalls.

It is quite easy, although the pathways can be uneven and rocky.

Start at Calan Porter at the end of a street called "Carrer d'en Dalt", near a football ground.
Head east along the marked trail that leads you down into the ravine, then up the other side, passing through a gate.

On your left, as you reach another iron gate, you will pass a new wooden gate in the wall.

The path then follows through this gate and is descending slowly at first. It is getting steeper as you go down to the Calescoves road.

Cross this road and turn left. The path snakes its way up again and then levels out.

You will have to pass a couple of gates until you decend into Es Canutells.



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