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Half-Day Catamaran Trip in Menorca
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“red sand” (5 reviews)
“car park” (14 reviews)
“red earth” (3 reviews)
Menorca, Spain
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The road up to the carpark for this beach is very very rough and stony. We had to walk for ages to get here and when we arrived it was very busy. It was very beautiful but I'm not sure I would go back just...More

Thank Rebecca_D_12311
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

A beautiful and calm beach perfect to spend the afternoon at. It is a couple of minutes walk from the car park but once there it is all worth the walk. The view is stunning and the waters are lovely to cool of at. It...More

Thank Sophie J
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

I persuaded my family to visit this based on no1 on TA. We knew it was a walk from the car park and so set off. My wife was getting increasingly confident that this was a poor decision by me and keen to stop trekking....More

4  Thank PHJedi
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Cala Pregonda is a stunning beach on the north coast of Menorca, the golden sand gently shelves down into the sea. Swim out to the tiny island named by the locals (the submarine) because of its shape. Note that to get there you will have...More

Thank Deborah B
Reviewed 3 August 2017

Those who love a walk prior to arriving at such a spectacular beach,then this is the place to go if visiting Menorca. The beach is fantastic, the water is crystal clear (like all menorca), perfect rock formations for recreational divers, perfect beaches for kids and...More

Thank L4-Doha
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

Small beach, water is surrounded by the rocks. Water is rather deep and very salty, that makes easy to swim. Need some walk before the beach

Thank p0linix
Reviewed 20 July 2017

A beautiful beach, it's definitely worth the walk (approx. 30 mins) from the car park. You need to take lunch / refreshments as there are no facilities down there however there is a restaurant near the car park that you can stop at on the...More

Thank Boblet76
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

We visited the beach in the afternoon after spending the morning at Cala Cavalleria beach and stopping for lunch at the Binimel.la restaurant where we parked the car; we then headed towards Pregonda beach, about 30 minutes walk through spectacular red terrain that felt like...More

Thank adriana m
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

Without parking lot, car will be far away, about 2km on foot thorough paths and trails, however once you reach Pregonda beach you'll get an astonishing landscape view, blue turquoise sea and nice sand, water temperature was around 26 degrees Celsius thus was impossible to...More

2  Thank Valter_Cunha
Reviewed 19 June 2017

The beach is a 30 minute walk from the car park. There are no facilities, so grab a drink at the cafe before you start. Avoid the first 3 beaches that you pass and head for the beach with the white villa. Cala Oregonian shelves...More

2  Thank Pedroc-UK
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Response from L4-Doha | Reviewed this property |
All depends on wind and current, one area could have jelly fish, another area will not, just he luck of natures movements. Would not worry about it.