In Cala Morell starts one of the most scenic stages of the Cami de Cavalls.
That so called horse trail is a historical path, that follows the entire coastline of Menorca.
Except for the hot summer months, the re-developed path, is very atractive for nature loving hikers and ambitious mountain bikers.
Sport climbing routes of varying difficulty are established at Cap Cavalleria. Scuba divers explore underwater caves and ship wracks. Some experienced Kite- SUP- or Windsurfers found a day of unexpected good conditions on the water, that they will remember for a long time.

Stand Up Paddle / SUP

Stand Up Paddle is probably one of the most uncomplicated and versatile water sport to practise on this island! Martin Rockmann (IO-SUP Instructor) will help you to select your holiday water sports package according to your wishes and abilities incl. Board rental, car rental that includes roof rack, logistics, courses & tour guiding. (prices and conditions on request)

The sheltered bay of Cala Morell is ideally suited for first attempts on a Stand Up Paddle board. Experienced paddlers will find here a perfect starting point for demanding tours along impressive cliffs with hidden caves and evening sunsets.

H2O Spotguide Menorca, engl. 2015 H2O_spotguide_engl._edition_2015.pdf

free pdf download / watersport spotguide Menorca


Sea Kayak

The Surf'n Sail Menorca watersport school organizes kayaking trips and hires out kayaks to experienced paddlers.


Carolina Torres is a licensed high qualified Pilates trainer. She combines SUP and Pilates in specially by her developed courses.


From Cala Morell going east along the coast, starts one of the most scenic stages of the Cami de Cavalls, the so named horse trail. This is a historic path that follows the entire coastline of Menorca. Except for the hot summer months, this re-developed hiking path is a jewel for nature explorers and keen hikers.


Sports climbing routes of various levels of difficulty are safely set up at the cliffs of Cap de Cavalleria, Son Bou and Calas Coves. These are predominantly single-length routes in mares, a typical limestone on the island


Various disciplines of the cycling sport have gained much popularity in recent years here. The horse trail and adjacent routes are ideal for mountain biking, inclouding heavy single-trail routes along the north coast, medium difficulty on the south coast and low-traffic side roads

Conservation and archeology

For amateur historians, the island is full of surprises, such as ancient fortifications (Santa Agueda), prehistoric caves and settlements (Cala Morell, Son Catlar) and the enigmatic Taulas and Talaiots.