You will fall in love with its fine white sand, hidden among lush vegetation of pines and native trees that stand out from the turquoise blue crystal clear waters, creating this little paradise south of the island. When you get to the beach you realize why it receives the name of “Turqueta”: its turquoise waters will leave you speechless. It is a true marvel of nature.
It is just 14 km from Ciutadella de Menorca and is situated close to Cala Macarella, which is another one of the essential beaches of the island. It is well-known and visited by families and tourists on holiday in Menorca. You’d better arrive early in the morning to avoid parking problems. Cala Turqueta is a lovely beach, though it has absolutely no facilities, so bring food and drinks yourself. It is a stunning, natural, white-sand beach, protected by the local Menorcan authorities – and pristine as a result
How to get to Cala Turqueta?
From Sant Joan de Missa, follow the road to the southern beaches, and when you get to Hermita de Sant Joan de Misa take the road of Cala Turqueta. Then go ahead about 4km to find parking and walk about 10 minutes to get to this paradise that is Cala Turqueta. During the summer months we recommend going early in the morning as being a well-known and popular beach is very difficult to park.