Once past the cliffs of Canutells and Llucalari, we arrive at the longest beach in Menorca. Son Bou.
With 2.4 kilometers long and 120m wide, it has an urbanization, hotels and restaurants and at the end of it a wild and totally virgin area called Atalis.
Son Bou has European quality certifications and therefore the Blue Flag.
The bottom is white sand making the water turquoise, small rocky areas and meadows of posidonia oceanica.
We normally anchor with our llaut very close to the cliffs of Llucalari, making them protect us from the waves. From there, you can reach the shore of the beach swimming or directly with the south paddle without problem.
For the more adventurous, once you reach the shore and have passed the Roman basilica, you can walk and reach the cliff of Llucalari where from there you can appreciate the immensity of the beach.
Another smaller and much more exclusive beach is Cala de Llucalari. This small cove is anchored between cliffs and offers very interesting areas for diving and exploring underwater caves.