Ferreries is a 'white village' perched atop a hillside that overlooks the bay of Santa Galdana. Its beach is located on the estuary of the Algendar ravine and neighbours the Calderer and Moragues coves. Binibéquer is a little fishing village not far from the beaches of Binisafua, Binidali, Biniparratx and Cala de Torret.
A typical Menorcan tree© Lluis Real - age fotostock
Like in the north of the island, the south also features many coves, although these are less rocky.© Jurgen Babler - age fotostock
If you take a boat ride along the south coast, you will get a glimpse of the many little bays which are lovely for a quick stop-off.© Isidoro Ruiz - age fotostock
Menorca is a tourist destination that has become increasingly popular over the last couple of decades.© Alessio TIPS RF - age fotostock
A boat sailing along the Menorcan coast.© Florent Reclus / age fotostock