Sally dog - My adventures in Menorca


Hi I'm Sally

This is me, Sally Dog I'm just a pup living in Menorca
who loves adventures.
Sally's walking adventures in Menorca

This is where I'll share my walking adventures in the Menorcan countryside and along the coastal pathway
the Cami de Cavalls.


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Evening Walking at Es Grau Menorca

Es Grau is one of my favourite evening walks, lot's of room to run about, lakes to swim in and long grass to bound about in, I love it! ... but do get told off for chasing the ducks!!

The Albufera de Es Grau is a nature reserve with lovely pathways alongside the lakes and through the woodland. It's not too taxing, I could run around it several times but my owners ......

This photo is of me and my latest friend Cameron.

Es Grau MenorcaThe main pathway takes you through the middle of the woodland and onto the end of Es Grau beach. [I'm not allowed onto until the end of October when most of the visitors have come and gone, and I can't wait] I love running up and down the beach :-)  There are wooden walkways through the marshy areas and all are pushchair friendly and well marked.

The lakes at Es Grau MenorcaEvenings are the best time to go when the intense heat has subsided a little and the calm breeze ripples the lakes.

After the walk we always go to the beach side cafe for a cooling drink and sometimes a bite to eat, relaxing and watching the sun setting is bliss.

If you fancy walking in the Es Grau area of Menorca, a guide and maps can be found on Menorca the Guide along with other walks.

Author: Sally -  Date: 23 Nov 2009 02:50
Category: sallys adventures -  Visits: 5347

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Date 30 Sep 2009 12:04 by Dave & Sue
Walking in Menorca
Well this is different LOL but I must admit I do love the walking in Menorca especially in April and may before I gets too hot.

The Es Grau area is great for walking and if you head north there are miles of pathways to discover. Another area is the south east corner, Es Castell, Sant Louis area, lots of very quiet roads to explore.

One question where can I get my hands on maps of the newly opened coast pathway??

Thank you Sally I hope to read more and of some places I haven't tried, I'll look you up next year maybe you can show me a few new walks.


Date 12 Sep 2010 01:30 by Socks
Es Grau - no go??
Have your people taken you thro the woods and over the walkway since the no dogs signs went up?  My people have taken me, they say we've been walking there for 8 years ( I'm a bit older than you!), whats changed, but it spoils the fun worrying if a warden will come and tell us off!


Date 12 Sep 2010 07:30 by Sally
Hi Socks
Yes they do, what's the point of such a lovely walk if you can't walk it!?! and they say they'll keep on going and deal with any warden if and when they meet one.


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