Hiking Trails Menorca – 1 day

We offer you different one day routes that will help you learn more about the island of Menorca: its beaches, forests, sea cliffs, canyons … Below are details of some of our routes.

• The price of the tour is 50 € per person. Groups consult for price.
• The price does not include food. The picnic is a supplement of 5 € (optional). Consult other food options .

The Menorca ravines route

The south central area of Menorca concentrates most of the ravines of the island. These have a unique microclimate and make one of the most important habitats of Menorca from an ecological point of view. During the tour we will walk through the interior of some of these ravines and visit several caves, some of which were occupied by man since his arrival on the island. A different route, imposing and impressive landscapes, to the delight of the more adventurous.

Start/End: Es Migjorn / Ferreries
Distance: 16.428 km
Estimated time: 8/9 Hours (includes stops at the most important places and to eat)
Difficulty: Average / High

The south coast of Ciutadella de Menorca

The south coast of Ciutadella is characterized by its variety of environments and its famous and beautiful beaches. The route passes through beautiful pine forests, low bush areas full of scents and colours, and the zone of rocky coastline that will let us enjoy a nice walk by the sea. In our hike we find pristine beaches as Macarella, Macarelleta, Cala en Turqueta, Es Talaier or Son Saura, some coastal caves, talayotic remains and defensive watchtowers. The terrain offers the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful views of the south coast of the island. A spectacular and varied route that gives us the opportunity to admire the beauty of the island, the sea and its nature.

Start/End: Cala Galdana / Son Xoriguer
Distance: 13’27 km
Estimated time: 8/9 Hours (incluye paradas en los lugares más emblemáticos y para comer)
Difficulty: Average

 

The unspoilt beaches
of the south

This route crosses the area more wild and inaccessible of the south of Menorca. Following the coastline or walking under forests of oak and pine, we will find many ravines that have created spectacular white sand beaches as Cala Fustam, Cala Escorxada or Trebalúger, and that we will discover as we passed. The proximity of the sea also allows us to access small nooks and natural pools of incalculable beauty. The variety of environments of this area offers us a rich and varies nature in plants, birds and other animals. A route to enjoy a beautiful natural scenery and a diverse and abundant nature.

Start/End: Son Bou / Cala Galdana
Distance: 13’5 km
Estimated time: 8/9 Hours (includes stops at the most important places and to eat)
Difficulty: Average

 

The natural park of s’albufera des Grau

This entire trail takes place in the natural park of s’albufera des Grau. We visit some areas of high ecological value as the Es Grau lagoon, Morella’s wetland or the Favàritx cape. This is one of the areas that best define the environmental wealth of the island. The way constantly presents us with beautiful countryside and small “cales” hidden. A route of great environmental diversity and surprising landscape that never ceases to amaze us by its natural value.

Start/ End: Es Grau / Addaia
Distance: 16.27 km
Estimated time: 8/9 Hours (includes stops at the most important places and to eat)
Difficulty: Average

 

A day on Tramuntana

On this route we will see one of the best preserved areas of the Menorcan coast, with a high geological value. Much of the route runs close to the sea, offering a spectacular view and scenery. On our way we will discover some of the most famous and beautiful beaches of the island as Cavalleria or Pregonda, and others completely unknown and inaccessible as Cala Mica or Cala en Calderé. A demanding hike which provides continuous rewards and represents the essence of the North coast of Menorca, the Tramuntana coast.

Start/End: Cavalleria / Ets Alocs
Distance: 11.865 km
Estimated time: 8/9 (includes stops at the most important places and to eat)
Difficulty: Average / High

 

The north of
Ciutadella de Menorca

On this route we begin to walk through one of the most wooded areas of Menorca, to finish in one of the driest places on the island. On our way we cross ancient oak forests, visit beautiful and wild beaches, pebble beaches, we will cross valleys and sandy areas, to end walking on the living stone in one of the driest and spectacular areas of the island. A route of contrasts and beautiful scenery that reveals the natural wealth of the island of Menorca.

Inició/End: Alfurí / Cala Morell
Distance: 13.60 km
Estimated time: 8/9 Hours (includes stops at the most important places and to eat)
Difficulty: Average