Cala en Brut

Location: On the north western coast of Menorca , just north of Ciutadella. It is one of four small picturesque coves that surround the Los Delfines tourist urbanization.

 

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Cala Brut


Description:
Cala en Brut is a stunning deep turquoise blue cove, with mostly calm sea. Menorca’s own blue lagoon is distinguished by it’s lack of sandy beach, striking clear blue water, surrounded by rocky cliffs and sunbathing platforms on both sides. Access in and out of the water is via ladders. It’s a big natural swimming pool!

Perfect for: Competent swimmers and the adventurous that enjoy jumping from the platforms into the sea and exiting via the ladders. Also perfect for sunbathing, floating for hours in the water or snorkeling. It’s deep, no sand and arrival is via steps only. Even if you don’t swim it’s a must see photo opportunity. Simply Divine.

Access Level: Concrete paths with steps down to the platforms at the water’s edge.  No Wheelchairs and strollers access unfortunately.

Parking: Free street parking is available next to the cove at both access points.
Bus: Bus Stops next 5 – 10min walk from the main road Avinguda Símón de Olivar. Get off at the Talaiots Apartments and walk down the road behind the supermarket called Ses Sivines and then turn right at the first intersection.
Toilets: No public toilets. 10min walk back to main road with shops and restaurants.
Lifeguard: No
Kiosk/ Café: No. Restaurant currently closed. Supermarket on the street, less than 5mins walk.
Unbrellas & Sunbeds: No
Water Activities: No
Boat Access: No ramp or drop off access.
Rubbish & Recycling Bins: Next door on the street plus small bins on bathing platforms

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Driving Directions: Follow the signs to Ciutadella, then pass round the series of roundabouts heading north. Follow the signs that say ‘port’. Turn right at the roundabout with the ‘SYP’ supermarket and petrol station onthe right hand side and follow the road to another round about with a stone T in the middle. Turn right here passing a Eurocar office and Churchill’s Pub. Turn immediately left into Carrer Torre de S’Aigua and drive to the end passing a set of shops on your right. At the stop there are 4 roads from which to choose. Take the road in front which is second from the left and third from the right.  It’s called Ronda de Sa Punta.  Drive along take the next right which is Avinguda Cala En Brut. Follow this road along, you will notice a small supermarket on your left, this is the closest shop.  After the next cross street or in this street park where ever you can. The street is one way so if you go past the Cala you will have to do a long loop around to come back again.

Access 1: From the street level of Avinguda Cala En Brut via steps. Level of difficulty: MEDIUM. (1min)

Access 2: From the main road with the shops turn down the street Calle de Nerbion which is near the Blue Arch between Plaza Domingo and Aqua Park. With the Hotel Los Delfines in front veer left or straight ahead into Paseo de Maritim de Los Delfines. Head along futher this road passing the Hotel Los Delfines complex on your right and then after ANOTHER apartment complex on right until arriving at a zebra crossing., There is a public pathway through to the next street on the right and on the left some steps down to a path covered in a tunnel like style by trees to the cala. Park on the street where you can. Level of difficulty: MEDIUM. (2mins)

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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