Cales Coves, 10 kilometres from Alaior, features 91 burial caves.
These caves had been "taken over" by hippies from Spain and other European countries during many years.
Since this necropolis ("city of the dead") is a historical heritage, the caves were finally closed with metal doors.
When leaving the village of Sant Climent, leaving behind Son Vitamina, and following a narrow bumpy country road, you get to one of the strangest sites on Menorca.
The Bronze-age caves are carved into the cliffs looking out to a sheltered bay. Most of them are man-made and had been used since the 9th century before Christ.
The (nudist) beach only is 80 metres long and 20 metres wide.
It is pebbly and there are no facilities.