An idyllic cove on the south western side of the Balearic Island of Menorca, Cala Macarella is covered in fine, powdery-white sand and lapped by calm turquoise waters. Surrounded by hills, this beach is so dramatic it will be hard to forget.
How to get there: 15 – 20 minute walk along a track to get to the beach from the car parks.
Where to eat: semi hidden in the wood, Susy’s Chiringuito serves an excellent selection of meat and fish with home grown salad and chips amongst other plates.
Tip: try to go there in Spring or early Fall, as Summers tend to be incredibly busy.