7) Cala Macarelleta, Menorca
The island of Menorca is one of three larger islands that makes up the Islas Baleares, or Balearic Islands, located in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Spain. Cala Macarelleta is on the south west of Menorca; and once you see its bay, you will probably be reminded of a picture postcard—such is its beauty. The bay is known for the fantastic myriad of colors, ranging from sky blue to turquoise; and its shallow waters allow the visitor options of scuba diving if snorkeling isn’t of interest. Although the beach is likely to be crowded during the summer months, if you visit during the off season, you will have the chance to experience all of Macarelleta’s splendor in a less hurried fashion. Locals say that the best views of the surrounding, pristine bay and its waters can be seen by walking between the two beaches of Macarella and Macarelleta.