Cala Mitjana (Menorca, Balearic Islands)

Located in a natural environment that will knock your socks off.Cala Mitjana, south of Menorca, is wedged between cliffs of small height, surrounded by greenery and bathed by crystal clear turquoise waters that make this place one of the most beautiful corners of the island.

Turquois waters in Cala Mitjana in Menorca (3)


You will fall in love with Cala Mitjana and its fine white sand bathed by crystal clear turquoise waters contrasting with the deep green of the pine forest. It is a clear sign of the wild and natural beauty of the landscape of the south coast of Menorca.


Espectacular turquois waters in Cala Mitjana southern Menorca


Cala Mitjana is about 140m in length and is located within a protected area, in a Natural Area to protect the species. A paradise south of the island belonging to the municipality of Ferreries, near Cala Galdana, where we can also easily access other beaches like Cala Escorxada, Cala Fustam or Cala Trebaluger.

Its rocky environment surrounded by cliffs make this cove the perfect place to making jumps from the top. The most daring ones will enjoy doing the jumps and hops off these cliffs of about ten meters. Be aware that you must take all possible precautions during the jump as accidents for performing such practices can be serious.


Fanastic turquois waters in Cala Mitjana


From this beach, following the beautiful road of Cavalls you can make a nice excursion to the neighboring beaches of Cala Escorxada, Cala Fustam or Cala Trebaluger. It is surrounded by a beautiful nature trail enjoying an idyllic landscape. Remember to wear good shoes and carry some water.


Aereal view Cala Mitjana in Southern Menorca




How to get here:

To reach Cala Mitjana follow the signs leading to Cala Galdana and you have to turn left before arriving. It is a well-known and popular beach, so it is advisable to arrive a bit earlier to park the car in the parking lot. After parking the vehicle, you will have to walk about 15 minutes.