Cala Morell is 11 km from Ciutadella, between the Llevant and sa Tortera points and in the bay of Cul de sa Ferrada. The nearby development of houses and apartments bears the same name. The inlet is L-shaped with a beach of sand and pebbles surrounded by bare and rugged cliffs.
It is exposed to the south-east and generally there is a light breeze with calm water. The beach slopes gently into a sandy bottom with some seaweed, and is never too crowded. It is safe to anchor in, but any fixed moorings are for private use. Menorca’s two geological substratae converge here. To the right lies the older land-mass from the primary and secondary periods, and to the left the rocks are from the terciary period. There is a gully close by which contains 15 caves from the Iron Age (800 BC).
Access by road is easy and well signposted.
Please obey all safety instructions and keep an eye on the flags. Red means danger and no entering the water. Yellow means that you can swim but with caution. Green means that it is safe to swim. Orange means that there is normally a lifeguard but that he is not present. Enjoy, but it is important that you use your common sense at all times and do not take unnecessary risks. Domestic pets and animals are not allowed on the beach