Guided Walks

The team of RutasMenorca.com has selected seven hiking routes that, in their opinion, best represent the great variety of scenery in Minorca. They follow in most parts the historical “bridle path” Camí de Cavalls, recognised as the GR Footpath 223.
Mapa Caminades guiades

Cala Pregonda 1 Els Alocs – Binimel·là
Grey, black and white stones, golden sands and reddish rocks: see images in incredible colours on the short stretch of coast we walk along the “bridle path” Camí de Cavalls.
12,1 km
difficulty:*
average-high
details
Barranc de Llucalari 2 Son Bou – Canutells
This is one of the most varied walks of the south. It combines small coves, white sandy beaches, shaded gullies, fruit orchards and funeral caves from an enigmatic culture.
13,8 km
difficulty:*
easy-average
details
Cala Pilar 3 Cala Morell – El Pilar
There is a great variety of landscapes typical of the northern coast along this walk: steep cliffs, gentle valleys, leafy pine woods, luxuriant meadows, coves with the best beaches of northeastern Minorca, culminating in the ‘reddish’ Cala Pilar beach.
14,5 km
difficulty:*
average
details
Cala Macarella 4 Son Xoriguer – Cala Galdana
The most emblematic coves of the southern coast, famous for their fine white sand and crystal clear turquoise water.
14,5 km
difficulty:*
average
details
Cap de Favàritx 5 S´Albufera Nature Reserve: Favàritx – Es Grau
This beautiful hike goes through the Nature Reserve, nucleus of the Biosphere Reserve, and the area of Minorca that is most protected, stretching from Cape de Favàritx to the fishing village of Es Grau.
12,4 km
difficulty:*
average
details
Cala Mitjana 6 Es Migjorn – Binigaus – Cala Galdana
On this ramble we discover: an inland village, the verdant ravine of Binigaus with the huge spectacular Cova dels Colom, and part of Minorca’s south coast with six unspoiled beaches of fine white sand and transparent turquoise water.
12,3 km
difficulty:*
average-high
details
Torre Alcalfar 7 Punta Prima – Port of Mahón
On this ramble we discover the attractive landscape of the island’s southeast. Little coves, gentle coastal paths, historic watch towers and finally the town of Es Castell, overlooking the grandiose natural port of Mahón.
11,3 km
difficulty:*
easy
details
* Difficulty Guide: easy: relatively flat and even terrain
average: partially uneven terrain with some hills
high: uneven and hilly terrain

back to Routes and tours

  • Rutas Menorca Facebook

Featured Video