Amid red-sand beaches and volcanic outcrops, a recently-restored 14th-century route on the Balearic island is now open to riders who also want a boutique hotel stay
Trotting along the narrow path, high up on the cliffs, I spotted a flash of white sand down below – Cala Macarelleta. This tiny cove in Menorca gets packed in the summer, but in April it looked deserted – and it was, apart from a lone nudist, who seemed unperturbed by six horse riders shattering his peace.
This part of Menorca is reminiscent of lunar Lanzarote, a far cry from the white sands in the south of the island
Source: The Guardian