A small-pebbled beach found on the south coast of Menorca that offers excellent snorkeling and diving. Although Cala Coves is more of a tourist attraction due to the steep rocky cliffs that contain more than 100 burial caves cut into the limestone.
The caves date back to the pre-talaiotic period and some of which can be explored on foot. There are no facilities here so come with plenty of water and a picnic. The Romans used this as the first harbour in Menorca.
Type of beach
- No access for wheelchairs
- Exploring caves
- Car park available, 15 min walk to beach.