Cala Escorxada is situated at eight kilometres from es Migjorn Gran, located between Punta de Sant Antoni and de s'Avi. It belongs to the Àrea Natural d'Especial Interès which goes from Cala Mitjana to Binigaus.
This coastal stretch belongs to the municipality of es Migjorn Gran and has cliffs that rise up to 40 metres above the sea level, with sea inlets that are the origin of isolated, virgin and beautiful coves.
This beach is the result of a u-shaped sea inlet and the mouth of Torrent de sa Torre, and it is characterized by the not very big size, it has quite high rocks on the sides, covered by a thick pine wood that reaches the coastline. It has fine-grained white sand and is exposed to the winds from the southeast-south-southwest, it has a gentle breeze, quiet crystal clear water, and it is not very crowded by local visitors and tourists.
The marine and underwater conditions for anchoring boats are excellent, if the wind is not blowing from the south, because it makes the swell grow due to the fact that the bay is very open.
The accessibility by car is easy following the signs until Cala Mitjana. From here you will have to walk for 40 minutes to reach Cala Trebalúger. Then you have to walk another 40 minutes until you reach Cala Fustam. After 10 more minutes on the same track you will find the adjacent Cala Escorxada. Getting there on the seaway is also usual.
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Tourist Information - Menorca