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Platja de Binisafúller
Cala Binissafúller, Binissafria
Sant Lluís
Type of beach sand
Platja de Binisafúller also known as Cala Binissafúller, Binissafria

Platja de Binissafúller, Cala Binissafúller or Binissafua is situated at 5,5 kilometres from Sant Lluís (in this municipality it is still possible to walk on narrow tracks around places like Torret or s'Ullastrar, which are unspoilt), located between Caló Blanc and Caló fondo, as well as next to the village with the same name and near the residential area of Binibeca Vell. From its coast you can see s'Illot de Binissafúller. This beach is the result of a sinuous, narrow u-shaped sea inlet with a rocky low coast. It is also characterized by being very small, it is not very crowded by local visitors and tourists, and it has been developed on the left side. It has a sandy area, artificially extended with sand from the marine ground, it is exposed to the swell and the wind from the southeast and southwest, it has a sandy ground with seaweed on the sides, a gentle slope which makes bathing in the calm crystal clear water easy.

The marine and underwater conditions for diving are good. If the navigator wants to anchor outside the bay he has to keep an eye on the flagstone known as Llosa d'enmig (“in the middle”) nearly emerging in the afternoon with total calm.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs and the deviations. The private car can be left on a free parking area in the surroundings.

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Municipality information Sant Lluís

The municipality of Sant Lluís is situated in the southeast of Menorca, at 50 metres above the sea level. This territory has lots of canyons (Rafalet, Biniparratx, Binisafúller and Alcaufar), as a result of the action of the torrents.

The urban centre of this municipality was founded during the short French domination (1756-1763), although the construction of the church was only begun (1761) with the avocation of the saint Louis IX, king of France. This is the origin of the name of this village, the octagonal form and the name of the streets. The territory is been used for agriculture for a long time, since the 18th century, as can be seen by the farmhouses, typical for the landscape of the municipality of Sant Lluís, like Binifadet, ses Barraques, es Pou Nou, es Consell, Torret, s'Ullestrar, Biniali, Caules, Torret de Dalt, Alcaufar Vell and Binissafúller d'en Moysi. Along its territory there are examples of medieval rural defense towers (square form) to resist the attacks of the pirates, like Talaia Grossa, one of the oldest of the island. There are also vigilance and defense towers of the coast (conic), built right on the coastline, like Punta Prima or Alcaufar.

Its cultural variety includes Binisafullet Nou (spectacular prehistoric settlement), es Pujol (talaiot); playing joc de bolla (similar to boules) or eating the typical dish, the soup oliaigua with tomato.
The municipality has 7 beaches.
Main technical data
  • Length of the beach: 
    55 meters
  • Type of access: 
    For pedestrians
    For vehicles
    For boats
  • Average width: 
    40 meters
  • Access for disabled people: 
  • Degree of occupancy: 
  • Anchoring zone: 
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