Cala Es Grau, Menorca

The bay, with its long stretch of yellow sand and, when we visited, piles of seaweed, is backed by a natural protected dune area which you aren’t allowed to access from the beach. It is very pretty to look at though and it seemed you can take strolls through it to the lake behind and to find hidden coves on marked paths from the main road.

Lithica, Pedreres de s’Hostal, Menorca

The sight that met me as I entered LĂ­thica, Pedreres de s’Hostal reminded me of the film “The Maze runner”. I felt as though I was above the maze looking far down the looming and impenetrable walls. What I was looking at was the labyrinth part of Lithaca, the impressive place you come to last, as you follow the trail around.