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Cala Binidali
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Cala Binidali

Cala Binidali is situated at nine kilometres from Maó, between Morro de sa Cova Baixa and Cala Biniparratx, as well as next to the village with the same name.

This beach is the result of a s-shaped narrow sea inlet. It is very small with a sandy surface, it is exposed to the wind from the southeast, and it is not very crowded by local visitors and tourists. It is located between the medium-high canyons, on the right side a village has been built, but away from the coastline.

The coastal stretch between Cala Canutells and Cala Binidalí is 1,3 nautical miles long, and it is characterized by the high, abrupt and steep cliffs that reach a height of 40 metres, with scrubland on the top.

The marine and underwater conditions for anchoring boats are not good, there is no anchorage, although in the western area of the beach it is possible. It is dangerous because of the wind from the southeast, south, southwest and there are sea currents because of the wind from the northeast and north.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs and the deviations. You will pass the village of Sant Climent, a very calm place, although it is located next to the airport of the island, with many British residents. The private car can be left on a free parking area in the surroundings. You will reach the beach on foot on a steep trail.

Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the municipal tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Menorca

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Municipality information Maó

The municipality of Maó is situated in the south-eastern area of Menorca, and the municipalities of Sant Climent and Llucmaçanes belong to it.

The first population centres were settled in a small space, surrounded by the cliffs of Port de Maó (a spectacular and beautiful sea inlet which is more than three miles deep and one of the most important ports of the Mediterranean Sea) and the canyons of Baixamar, Freginal and Clota.

The Greek, Phoenicians, Carthaginians and the Romans used the port for commerce and searched the skill of the honderos for their troops.

The history of the actual Maó begins after the conquest of Menorca to the Muslims by the Christian king Alfons III in 1287, when a new fortress was begun (Castell Sant Felip, walls, defence tower) and the construction of Església de Santa Maria.

During the Middle Ages, the town was closed in the several walled areas, although in the centuries after it grew behind these walls, as can be seen from the current aspect.

The 18th century is characterized by the British domination (administrative and commercial capital of Menorca) and also the French one (creation and worldwide spreading of the mayonnaise). During the 19th century it returned to the Spanish crown (1802, Treaty of Amiens). In the last third of the 20th century the touristy activity starts and the industries of jewellery and mahones cheese production get stronger.

The cultural variety includes Albufera des Grau, Far de Favàritx, el Llatzeret, la Mola, Trepucó, Camí de Torrelló, Illa del Rei.
The municipality has 10 beaches.
Main technical data
  • Length of the beach: 
    20 meters
  • Type of access: 
    For pedestrians
    For vehicles
    For boats
  • Average width: 
    46 meters
  • Access for disabled people: 
  • Degree of occupancy: 
  • Anchoring zone: 
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