On the south coast we find this beautiful corner of Menorca, it is a stopover that must be made with our Olaf, we are talking about a sea inlet that has a small beach about 50 meters long and about 40 wide.
It is a quiet area frequented mainly by the island's native people, a stretch of sea flanked by cliffs of different heights that provide a large bathing area with calm waters.
What makes it an experience to remember is both the arrival to it from the sea, where our clients will be able to discover some of the oldest caves found on the Menorcan coast, old shelters where fishermen kept their gear, despite that they are currently abandoned. Of all of them, the cave of s'Olivarda stands out, a unique place to stop to take a dip in its crystal clear waters.
Once we reach the cove itself we can see that we are not talking about a large beach, it is rather small, but its charm lies in the tranquility that we offer when anchoring in it.
As we mentioned before, it is full of caves, some of them are underwater, so it is possible to observe them while snorkeling, always respecting their depths and rich marine fauna, taking all the necessary precautions.
It is a perfect stop if we need to buy an item at your supermarket, the landing is easily accessible with our assistant.
Also by having a restaurant it is possible to get freshly made quality food, it is worth visiting and tasting some typical dishes or a snack.