On the southeast coast barely eight kilometres (five miles) down from Maó, this traditional, centuries-old fishing village is a study in white - primarily its buildings and its relatively petite beach, one of the island's prettiest. The contrast with the surrounding greenery and the azure waters gives it a classic Mediterranean charm that's catnip to holidaymakers, especially during the summer holiday season. During that time especially, the beach has an especially great vibe - plus a funky chiringuito (beach bar), a little old fishermen's shack with a red roof. You'll want to get out here early, though, to snag one of the chaise-longues!
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