Cala Escorxada

Location: In the central southern side of the island in between Cala Fustam and Binigaus. One of Menorca’s first class virgin beaches, Cala Escorxada is an idyllic cove with completely natural surroundings.

Cala Escorxada


Description: Medium sized white sandy beach with shallow calm waters and few people.

Perfect For: Anyone wanting a  peaceful virgin beach and clear turquoise sea away from all civilization

Access Level: Difficult. Access by walking or by sea in boat, kayak or jet ski.

Parking: None. No car access.
Bus: No
Toilets: No
Lifeguard: No
Food & Drink: No
Beach Rental: No
Water Activities: No
Rubbish & Recycling: No. Remember your take away rubbish bag!

Access for most people is a long walk via the coastal horse path around Menorca called the ‘Camí de Cavalls’. Its for comfortable walkers with an adventurous spirit!

Access 1 – In car on the road to Cala Galdana, turn off and park in the parking for Cala Mitjana. From Cala Mitjana it’s approximately a 1 ½ hour walk; 40 minutes to Trebelúger then 40 minutes to Cala Fustam and another 10 minutes to Cala Escorxada.

Access 2 – In car head for the car park of Sant Tomás then walk towards Binigaus. From Binigaus is approximately an hour’s walk again via the ‘Camí de Cavalls’. It is the next beach along.

Access 3 – Via the sea. If possible the best access is via boat, kayak or jet ski.

The restricted access is what makes Cala Escorxada so privileged and pristine.
Well worth the effort it takes to get there

IMPORTANT:  Please help us maintain Menorca’s natural beauty  

Dispose of your rubbish, cigarette butts included! There are garbage and recycling bins in the car parks and every street. Reuse plastic bags to take your waste to the closest bin.
Take some beautiful photos…. but also take all your rubbish with you. GRACIAS!


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Cala Escorxada

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