Cala Es Talaier

A little paradise in the South Coast of Menorca, a small and unfrequented cove with difficult access worth visiting.

woman swiming in turquois waters in Cala Talaier


Cala Es Talaier is a small unspoiled and secluded beach located south of Ciutadella. You’ll love its beautiful landscape featuring a small stretch of fine white sand, crystal clear turquoise waters highlighting the green of the forests that surround it. While it is true that the south of Menorca has many beautiful beaches, this is like a movie spot that you must include in your visit to the island.


Woman swiming in turquois and cristaline waters of Cala Talaier


The beach is about 50m long and 80m wide, which is a long stretch of sand even though this beach is small. One of the features of this cove is that its waters are very shallow, which makes it ideal for children or people who enjoy walking by the sea that can walk to the right or left of the cove where there are rock formations where you can climb up and take beautiful photos. On the beach there is no service, so if you decide to go there, you must go prepared with sunscreen and especially with water to avoid dehydration.
The beach is located between the popular beach Son Saura and Cala Turqueta. To access, park the car in one of the two beaches and walk about 10 or 15 minutes. Their inaccessibility makes it a little less crowded than the previous beach, but its beauty remains extraordinary.


Espectacular turquois and cristaline waters of Cala Talaier in Menorca


How to get to Cala Es Talaier?

This is one of the most remote beaches of this region and is accessed by parking the car in the neighboring beaches Turqueta and Son Saura and walking a bit.


Bicycle in Cala Talaier