It is one of the most idyllic and little crowded places south of Menorca but difficult to access. In Cala Trebaluger you will find a beautiful unspoiled beach of fine white sand bathed by deep turquoise waters and surrounded by a natural environment that will knock your socks.
Its inaccessibility enhances its beauty, featuring a sand tongue of just 50m long and a fleet of small boats surrounded by small cliffs with lush pine forests which make the place a movie image. In Cala Trebalúger it’s easy to find a spot where to put the towell, even during the highs season because of the difficult access to the beach.
How to get to Cala Trebaluguer ?
To get here you have to leave the car in the car park of Cala Mitjana (remember to arrive early to avoid running out of room). From here, take the signs indicating Camí de Cavalls, after that it starts a path of medium difficulty to reach the top, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Cala Mitjana that will leave you speechless. From there begins the descent to Cala Trebaluger, an approximate distance of 40 minutes depending on the time you take to stop and admire the scenery. Remember to always wear proper footwear as the trail runs along a rocky path, sometimes steep, which augments its difficulty; you must also always carry enough water because in this wild and natural environment there is no restaurant or place to stock up.
For those who are not so fond of hiking, there is also the possibility of renting a boat that costs € 50 to visit this fantastic place.