Cala Galdana is a serene resort town nestled along the southern coast of Menorca, Spain's magnificent Balearic Island. It is celebrated for its idyllic white sand beach, Cala Galdana Beach, shaped like a shell and enveloped by protruding limestone cliffs blanketed with lush pine trees. This stunning Mediterranean paradise boasts a tranquil turquoise sea, making it an ideal spot not only for sunbathing but also for various water sports, including snorkeling and kayaking. The surrounding area teems with an abundance of nature, with footpaths leading towards Algendar Gorge and the Cami de Cavalls trail, both known for their incredible biodiversity and stunning views. Sophisticated hotels and restaurants line the waterfront, complementing Cala Galdana's reputation as the 'Queen of Menorca's Calas'.