There’s also the history. Like the other towns on the island, Mahon Port is not without its story. The oldest building, Arch de San Roque, is the only remnant of the old wall which used to surround the town. Town Hall, built in 1631, is another historic building. It even features a clock still on display which was given to Menorca by English Governor Richard Kane. Of course, no town is complete without an old church. Here, the Church of Santa Maria can be found. Inside, there is an organ with more than 3,000 pipes.
No visit to town is complete without stopping at Place de S’Esplanada. The main square is filled with cafes and activities. Be sure to park yourself here for a cup of coffee and to relish in the gorgeous island weather.