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Cala Morell

07760 Ciutadella, Minorca, Spain
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Small beach; great swimming

The beach here is no great shakes, but access to the inlet from the sides is good and the water... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kayte M
West Mids, United Kingdom
Lovely little cove

If you get the bus it's a long steep walk (10-15 mins) from the bus stop to the water. There is a... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Stanley M
via mobile
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“small beach” (7 reviews)
“stunning bay” (2 reviews)
07760 Ciutadella, Minorca, Spain
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The beach here is no great shakes, but access to the inlet from the sides is good and the water just lovely. It wasn't too crowded despite the season and there's a friendly bar and restaurant.

1  Thank Kayte M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

If you get the bus it's a long steep walk (10-15 mins) from the bus stop to the water. There is a small beach but along the side of the water there is a man made shelf which you can sunbathe on. There is tones...More

Thank Stanley M
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Cala Morell was the much desired end of the long Cami de Cavalls walk(sections 10 and 9) from Ciutadella ;a long stoney strech without shade or beaches. The small restaurant selling fresh cold water and the small stoney beach were perfect to cool off.The architecture...More

Thank bas k
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Off the beaten track but worth the effort. A mgnificent secluded cove. Ancient burial caves nearby also worth a visit

1  Thank robertadixon
Reviewed 29 January 2017

So many beautiful Calas in Minorca, but all are different , Cala Morell is like a natural pool in a rocky landscape and a stunning view, a dream bay with nice view, you will be inspired by the natural white house of an architecture of...More

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 23 January 2017

A breathtaking view from the cliffs above the beach, with plenty of walking to be done. The houses are all painted white and look amazing amongst the backdrop of the best views I have ever seen

Thank Karan T
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Amazing cliffs, characteristic for Menorca white houses on the cliffs - one word - excellent! Could have spend there ages and just looking at the view: cliffs and waves. So quiet in October and small stones on the beach instead of sand which might hurt...More

Thank Katarzyna Ż
Reviewed 2 November 2016

We only stopped to look at the view. It is a lovely place and well worth travelling along the narrow cliff road to get there. The bay looked lovely and calm and the small beach was sandy. There is a small café at the top...More

Thank DoreenH_10
Reviewed 21 October 2016

Worth a short visit to view the inlet with its tiny beach. Visit the burial caves higher up the hill and get some lovely views. The walk around the tombs is rather rocky so take care.

Thank amazonflash
Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

A lovely cove you are able to swim or snorkel without any distractions. There is a small cafe above where Manwel (from faulty towers) is happy to serve you a drink, but don't expect a smile also!

Thank Qwertyv
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laura n
29 May 2017|
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Response from Karan T | Reviewed this property |
Cala morell is definitely quieter and more peaceful than forcat however, cafes etc are few and far between. I would go as far as saying take your own food and drink because there really isn't a lot there in that way... More