Things to see in Menorca
The small tourist resort on the southern coast of Minorca is full of secrets yet to be discovered, on top of its famous beach.
The Talayotic Culture is one of Minorca’s tourist attractions. Talayots, villages and strongholds take us back to the prehistoric period.
Located a short distance from Ciutadella, the Naveta des Tudons is probably the most important prehistoric monument in Minorca
Constructed to ensure coastal security, these lighthouses are one of the emblems of this Mediterranean island, and they exude a magic that you really must experience.
All that remains today are the ruins of the historic Castell de Santa Àgueda castle, the island’s great protector.
Beautiful cobblestoned streets, whitewashed houses and standalone architecture. This is Binibeca: a delightful fishermen’s village which is now one of Minorca’s most popular tourist destinations.
Discover one of Minorca’s largest defensive watchtowers, built by the British in 1801, and a key element in the network of towers that defended the island’s coasts from pirates.
Discovered towards the end of the nineteenth century, this huge prehistoric settlement in Minorca has a large number of megalithic monuments, which are key to understand the island’s past.
For some, one of this fishing village’s biggest attractions are its restaurants, which specialise in lobster stew. But there are many more things to do in Fornells.
The Pedreres de s’Hostal quarries is one of the most unique man-made spaces in Minorca and an astonishing, megalithic place.