Cala Morell is a sea inlet which is characterized by a L-shape, it is a talus boulders and fine sand between steep cliffs that give it a wild appearance. This beautiful beach is 80m long and about 50m wide, with calm waters and a gentle slope, it is a good beach for lovers of rugged landscapes, but bear in mind that the sand area is very small; its main attraction lies in its landscapes.
This Cala is located north of Ciutadella, 11 km from the city, but is not of the busiest beaches on the island. Above it, on the urbanization of the same name, it is where you can find all services since the beach only offers a few amenities, but has a bar and restaurant a few meters away.
One of the big attractions of this beach is a few meters away: 15 caves Iron Age belonging to the Necropolis talayónica de Cala Morell were discovered, one of the most important of Menorca, a fantastic set of prehistoric caves dug by men in rock canyons. Some of the caves even feature architectural elements such as columns and holes to let in the light, which may surprise a lot because they are funerary constructions of thousands of years ago.
How to get to Cala Morell?
You can go to the Necropolis by car or bicycle. If you depart from Ciutadella , you go directe towards the urbanization of Cala Morell and follow the signs to the Necropolis once there. To get there from Maó, you should take the main road to Ciutadella , and look for signs Cala Morell when you find yourself near Ciutadella (more details on the map ) .