This is the most spectacular and western route of the Cam de Cavalls on the south coast.
After pick up by bus, our driver will drop you off at the end of the Son Xoriguer tourist area where the path begins. On the way you cross the most publicized beaches of the island. These beaches are Son Saura, with its dune system and wet area in the back, Cala Turqueta, Macarella and Macarelleta with its wonderful crystal clear turquoise water. In winter and spring, it is common to find sandy areas covered by Posidonia grasslands, plants that play an important role in protecting the beach against the erosive waves of storms.
Passing from bay to bay, we also find talayotic remains, an old ferris wheel that conserves the well and bunkers camouflaged in the landscape. It is worth noting the ravines that are the most characteristic elements of the central part of southern Menorca: those of Cala en Turqueta, Macarella and Algendar, the latter one of the most important ravines on the island.
The route goes inland and crosses the area of Es Brecs with the remains of an old English barracks and ends at the tourist resort of Cala Galdana. Here our bus will depart for the return journey at 5.00 pm back to Ciutadella.