Menorca North Coast

Routes in Menorquina from Fornells along the North Coast

Even if you have already taken a boat trip along the south coast of Menorca, a boat route along the north coast is worth.

Depending on the sea and wind conditions, the captain of the Portobello will decide whether it is better to sail east or west. Don't worry because in both directions there are beautiful landscapes and beaches.

On the north coast you can see different landscapes from the south coast (higher cliffs, less vegetation) and see very spectacular beaches:


Minorcan snack


Take a dip


Up to 11 passengers

These facilities are available:

  • Bathing platform: To sit with your legs in the water when you feel like it
  • Solarium: Capacity for 4 or 5 people to sunbath lying down
  • Paddle surf: 2 boards to practice balance and do some exercise before the snack
  • Snorkelling equipment: diving goggles and snorkels for all sailors


  • Comfortable clothes and shoes
  • Towel and swimsuit
  • A cap and sunscreen


  • Departures every day from 10:00h to 13:30h and 15:00h to 18:30h
  • Price: 60 € per person.

Exclusive or private half-day tour

  • Departures every day from 10:00h to 13:30h and 15:00h to 18:30h
  • Low season price: 450 € (15 May to 30 June) / (10 September to 15 October)
  • High season price: 550 € (1 July to 9 September)
  • Sunset - Price in low season: 400 € (15 May to 30 June) / (10 September to 15 October)
  • Sunset - Price in high season: 450 € (1 July to 9 September)

Exclusive full-day tour

If you would like to book the whole boat exclusively for sailing with your family or friends you can book it the whole day.

  • From 10:00 am to 6:30 pm (flexible departure times)
  • Low season price: 800 € (15 May to 30 June) / (10 September to 15 October)
  • High season price: 950 € (1 July to 9 September)
  • Places to visit: You can suggest to the captain what you would like to visit and depending on the sea conditions, the captain will decide the best plan: Tosqueta, Sa Llosa, Cala Tirant, Macar, Cala Torta, Cavalleria, Mica and Pregonda.
  • Activities: sunset swim stops, beach stops, Paddle Surfing (there are 2 boards), Snorkelling, etc.
  • Food: Minorcan snack with cheese, sobrassada (Majorcan sausage), croutons and drinks.
  • Captain: he is a lover of the sea and nature and fluent in several languages (English, Catalan, Spanish).

Snorkel at the Minorcan Marine Reserve

One of the advantages of sailing along the north coast of Menorca is that the Minorcan marine reserve is located there. This means that the area is more protected and therefore there is more diversity of flora and fauna.

Places of Interest on the Route to the East

  • Cabra Salada: a micro cove in the Fornells Bay
  • Cala Pudent: very small coves right next to the Arenal of Son Saura
  • Savinar de Mongofra: a spectacular beach surrounded by cliffs, very difficult to access on foot.
  • Arenalet de s'Enclusa: small beach next to Mongofra where there are usually few people in summer (there are boats).

Places of Interest on the Route to the West

  • Cala Viola: a small group of 3 coves next to the Cavalleria lighthouse
  • Cavalleria Lighthouse: you can see the highest cliffs of Menorca from the sea.
  • Cala Pregonda: Menorca's most famous beach is just a few minutes' away of sailing from Fornells
  • Cala Cavalleria: my favourite area for snorkelling

Starting point

Passeig Gumersind Riera, Pantalán (pier) E-04