3 Ways to Embrace the Beautiful Blue Waters of Menorca

3 Ways to Embrace the Beautiful Blue Waters of Menorca

There is no doubt about it, the crystal clear blue waters of Menorca are mesmerizing and jaw dropping beautiful.

If you're heading to Menorca you're going to have to spend some time on the water, or you've never really been to Menorca.

 

If the photos don't tempt you enough, here are 3 fantastic ways to embrace the beautiful blue waters of Menorca:

Boating

While it is possible to hike your way around the entire island in less than a couple of weeks, if you're on a short holiday, the boat is the best way to see it all. There are plenty of boat options you can choose from between sailing, motor boats and luxury yachts that will take you to the hidden beaches of Menorca as you soar across the crystal waters.

If you’re looking for one that departs from Cala Galdana, check out Menorca en Barco, a private and small boat tour business run by skipper Nano.

 

Kayaking

If you're looking for a little more adventure, the kayaks will take you into secret caves and holes along the coast that the boat can't fit into. Hire a local guide and allow them to amaze you of the stories and myths that bring these caves to life and learn all about the Turkish pirates who may have forgotten some treasure in the reefs of Menorca.

Departing from Cala Galdana and offering various trip options is Artiem Audax Sports & Nature. A great way to explore the waters!

 

Beaching 

There's absolutely nothing wrong about simply vegging out on the beach of your choice. You have more than 130 beaches to choose from, there is no doubt you'll have more than enough to explore while visiting. Some of the more popular beaches are accessible by car, other more secluded beaches require a little more of a hike. Depending on what you enjoy, the north and south coast of the island boasts very different sceneries, red soil rocky coves or clear blue sandy beaches?

Have you been to Menorca before? What beaches and coves would you recommend exploring?

 

Travel tip shared by Jenna for Travel Dudes.