This lovely beach of white sand can be found in the South East of the island of Menorca. You can drive to the beach and park nearby to the wheelchair and pushchair friendly paths leading down to the sand.
The paths lead you down through beautiful vegetation to a small cove. The sand is not particularly wide but does go quite far back.
Binibéquer Nou beach has sunbeds and parasols to rent and lifeguards on duty. The sea is shallow, warm and great for playing in. If you are wanting to snorkel this beach is great too, swimming along the rocks to the right of the beach you can see lots of different fish, crabs and if you are lucky the occasional sting ray! Later in the afternoon the jellyfish come out to play, the lifeguards warn of this using a flag.
To the left of the beach on the rocks is a restaurant and bar with outdoor seating. There are also public toilets here. On this side you are able to sit on the rocks instead of the sand.
Binibéquer Nou is a lovely, sandy, family friendly beach with clear, warm and inviting sea, well worth a visit if you are staying on the South East of the island.
Visiting the beach with an autistic child?
Beaches can be great sensory experiences for autistic children. This post is part of a series of about the different beaches in Menorca, designed to give you an idea of what to expect when visiting each beach. Hopefully from my descriptions you will be able to work out which beach would best suit your family. Don’t forget to pack plenty of water, snacks, sunscreen and hats!
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