The beaches in Ciutadella and in its surroundings are fairly beautiful. There are rocky romantic beaches, but you will also find classic sandy plages. One common thing in all: the sparkling blueness of the sea and its brilliant purity. It is like you are looking at another, untouched wildlife through a glass.
Maó-Mahón is the largest town of Menorca, which belongs to the Balearic islands. It lies on the eastern part in a natural harbour. As a matter of fact, there is no bathing opportunity in the town, only in the neighbouring settlements. You can find here various beaches: shallow sandy shores, rocky bays, golden brown and black sandy and pebbly beaches.
It is well known that the shores of Menorca are unique in the world. There are even more beaches in this island than both Mallorca and Ibiza. The water is unbelievably clear with all shades of blue in the coves. The sea has a pleasant temperature in summer inasmuch as the shore is shallow and slowly deepens.