Sunset at Pont d’en Gil
Sculpted by the incessant biting of the waves of the sea, the Pont d’en Gil is a gigantic rocky bridge of natural formation located on the west coast of Menorca. Going into the sea like a thin strip of land, the enclave surprises the visitor in addition to spectacular views of the sea and the lovely sunsets on the island. But there are many reasons that attract hundreds of people to the place every year, considering the visit to the Pont d’en Gil an obligatory excursion that we recommend from Autos Vivó.
Of course, the most striking aspect of the landscape at this point of the Menorcan coast is the formation of the bridge itself. As the main attraction for sailors who approach the place, the dimensions of the profiled arch under the bridge allow the passage to medium or small size vessels, one of the activities increasingly encouraged even by companies of sea routes through Menorca.
Next to the Pont d’en Gil there is an underwater cave well known to the island’s divers, called Sa Cigonya. With a depth of about 300 meters. The cave is seen from the sea, but it is only possible to enter it below the water.
It is a magical place with the blue of the sky, the green of the sea and the sun to the horizon. The sunset is a fantastic show.