Cala Binidalí is 9 km from Mahón, between Morro de sa Cova Baixa and Cala Biniparratx, and has an urbanization of the same name set back from the coast. The inlet to the beach is narrow and curves round like an S. The beach itself is small and sandy, surrounded by cliffs. It faces the south-east and is popular with locals and tourists. The coastline of 1.3 nautical miles between Cala Binidalí and Cala Canutells consists of stunning cliffs with sheer drops of up to 40 meters down to the sea. It is not advisable to moor boats in the bay because it is exposed to southeast/south/south-west winds which can be unpredictable and there are also currents from the north which occasionally cause a bore. There is no jetty as such, but some of the small boats pull onto the beach.

Access by road is easy and well marked. You turn left to head south from San Clemente, the closest town to the airport but a pleasant and quiet village with many British residents. There is free parking and you walk down a path through the pines to get to the beach.