Where do Menorcan boats go while tourists fight for a space to anchor in Macarella, Pregonda or Cala Turqueta? Their patrons are swimming peacefully in the natural pools that are distributed throughout the Menorcan coast. They are anchorages of dazzling turquoise waters, only accessible by boat, as spectacular as the best known beaches, but without access to land.

On this excursion we will visit S’Amarador and S’Aigo dolça, the two natural pools in the west of the island of Menorca, one of them located to the north and the other to the south of Ciutadella, which is the departure port. We will sail, in a comfortable outboard boat with awning and solarium, very close to the coast, to be able to enjoy the caves that dot the limestone cliffs where seabirds, such as cormorants and shearwaters, nest.

We will be able to swim and snorkel in both natural pools, and we will have time to visit the coves of the Ciutadella bay: Cala’n Brut, Calas Piques, Cala’n Blanes, Santandría, Sa Caleta, Cala Blanca and Cala Bastó.

The price includes mineral water or soft drink or beer.