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Cala en Brut

Written and updated by Nigel Clarkson Mar 23 2024

Welcome to the paradise of Cala en Brut, a hidden gem located on the stunning island of Menorca, Spain.


In this comprehensive guide, we will explore all the wonderful aspects of Cala en Brut, making it your go-to destination for a memorable vacation.


From its picturesque beach to the exciting nightlife, we'll dive deep into everything this charming spot has to offer. So kick back, relax, and prepare to be captivated by the allure of Cala en Brut.


Cala en Brut Beach: A Unique Experience


Cala en Brut is a unique beach that offers a different experience compared to other beaches on the island. It's perfect for those who want to escape the crowds and enjoy a more intimate setting.


The beach has a rocky shoreline, making it ideal for snorkeling and diving. The crystal-clear water is perfect for swimming and sunbathing on the rocks that surround the area.

Getting to Cala en Brut

To reach Cala en Brut, you can take the Bus Route 66 that connects Cala’n Blanes, Delfines, Cala’n Forcat, Cala Blanca, Santandria, Cala’n Bosch, and Son Xoriguer.


The bus service operates all year round, making it easy for visitors to access this beautiful location.

Location and Distance from the Airport

Cala en Brut is situated 32 miles (51 km) away from Menorca's airport.


Direct transfers to this stunning location take approximately 1 hour. You can choose from several transfer options, such as shared shuttles starting from 12 Euros per person or a taxi for a maximum of 4 passengers from 62 Euros.

Sun Loungers and Facilities


Cala en Brut has sun loungers and umbrellas available for rent, priced at 19-21 Euros. Discounts apply after 15:00, and the facility closes around 19:00. Make sure to arrive early to secure a spot, as this beach can get busy during peak season.

Cala en Brut: The Perfect Holiday Destination


Cala en Brut is an excellent holiday destination for various types of travelers. Whether you're a couple, a single, or a young family with children, this place has something for everyone.

For Families

  • Plenty of attractions within walking distance

  • Numerous free play areas in bars and restaurants for children

  • Close to the holiday resort of Los Delfines, offering an array of activities and an Aquapark


For Couples

  • Proximity to Ciutadella for lively entertainment and romantic harbor strolls

  • A quieter location while still being near the amenities of Los Delfines

  • Access to Val des Algaiarens, a gorgeous virgin beach and valley area

The Surrounding Area: Los Delfines and Beyond

Cala en Brut is part of a collection of mini-resorts along the coastal stretch, including Cala'n Forcat, and Cala'n Blanes. The area is collectively known as Los Delfines and boasts a wide variety of bars and restaurants. The resort is perfect for families, as it offers numerous children's play facilities, and the restaurants cater well to kids.

A local bus service connects Cala en Brut to the nearby old capital, Ciutadella, and a resort train picks up and drops off at various points in the resort. Los Delfines is compact and can be easily explored on foot.


Shopping and Supermarkets in Cala en Brut

Cala en Brut and the surrounding Los Delfines area offer several well-stocked supermarkets and shopping options.


You'll find an Eroski City on the approach road and larger Lidl, Mercadona, and Eroski supermarkets in Ciutadella's out-of-town trading area (Poligno).


The neighbouring Los Delfines area has the most extensive concentration of shops, including holiday clothing, souvenirs, pool inflatables, and toys.

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Top Sights and Activities around Cala en Brut


Cala en Brut is surrounded by numerous attractions and activities to keep you entertained during your stay.

Pont den Gil


This natural sea arch is a classic sight to see and makes for an excellent Menorca sunsets picnic spot.


The former capital of Menorca, Ciutadella, offers a taste of elegant times with its fine old Spanish palaces and Moorish influences. The charming harbour and beautiful old centre make it a must-see.


Ciutadella is a great place to shop, dine, and explore its narrow streets filled with hidden gems. The city is also home to the best music bars and venues on the island and hosts the spectacular Sant Joan festival in June.


On clear days, you can see the mountains of north Majorca from Cala en Brut. These mountains make for a breathtaking sunset backdrop. For those interested, a fast ferry from Ciutadella can take you to Alcudia, Majorca, but you'll need to stay overnight due to return times.

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Cala en Brut Nightlife: From Laid-Back to Lively

Cala en Brut offers a diverse set of cafes, bars, and restaurants catering to various tastes. Live music acts feature at 'The Square,' also known as Jimmy Hills, where you can enjoy karaoke and bingo.

For a more sophisticated evening, visit Ciutadella, where a plethora of bars, garden lounges, and live music venues await. The busiest area is the Pla de Sant Joan in the old harbour, where you'll find open-air terrace bars and dance clubs.

TIP: Remember that nightlife in Spain starts late. Arrive at clubs and music bars after 11 pm to experience the bustling atmosphere.

What's the Weather and Climate Like in Cala en Brut?

Cala en Brut has a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot, dry summers and pleasant cooling breezes.


Sea temperatures range from 22-26 degrees Celsius in summer, and the water remains warm in October.


Springtime (early March to April) offers sunny days with temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius, perfect for sightseeing, walking, cycling, and horse riding activities.

Menorca Weather and climate forecasts for the whole year


Cala en Brut has everything you will need for the perfect holiday on the island of Menorca. From peaceful family-orientated breaks to an entertaining night out. There are plenty of shops and the nearby old capital of Menorca, Ciutadella, is probably one of the best of the island's larger towns.

Cala en Brut is in a great location!

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