If you are planning a holiday in Punta Prima, Menorca, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort.
The southeastern extremity of Menorca boasts one of the islands largest and finest beaches – but the currents in this part of Menorca can be dangerous and swimmers should pay particular attention to the red cross flag and only swim if the green flag is flying.
This is a popular area for water sports and you can rent wind and kite surfing and sailing equipment, as well as pedal boats on the beach. Facing Punta Prima across the sea is the Illa de IAire, an uninhabited island with an automatic lighthouse, clear sea-beds for diving and a small harbour for yachts. The island is the home of a rare species of black lizard.
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