Insider's Guide to Menorca

Major attractions, tips and our top things to see and do.

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Cala Morell (Necropolis Caves)

The north coast of Menorca is a gem for history buffs. Here, visitors can find the Cala Morell, or Necropolis Caves. This site, which has regular excavations, is considered to be one of the most ...  Read more

Ciutadella Old Town

Packed with yachts and tourists in the summer, Ciutadella is considered one of the most beautiful spots on the Mediterranean. The second largest town on the island of Menorca, it was its capital ...  Read more

Es Mercadal

Located in the center of Menorca and at the base of the island’s tallest mountain, Toro, Es Mercadal offers a charming medieval town filled with markets, shops, little restaurants and cafes and heaps ...  Read more

Fortaleza de la Mola (La Mola Fortress)

For an example of 19th century military architecture, one needs only to visit the Fortress Isabel II on La Mola of Maó. Also known as Fortaleza de la Mola and La Mola Fortress, this ...  Read more

Fort Marlborough

Built on the southern shore at Mahon Harbour in the 1700s is Fort Malborough. The site, which helped give Britain control of the Mediterranean in 1710, took nearly 20 years to complete. Named after ...  Read more

Monte El Toro

Monte El Toro, also known as Toro Mountain, is the highest peak in Menorca, measuring in at 1,175 feet above sea level. In fact, the peak can be seen from nearly every town on the island. On top of ...  Read more

Naveta des Tudons

With a history dating back to 750 BC, Naveta des Tudons is a chamber tomb in Menorca. Used until 1200 BC, the tomb was not discovered until 1975. When it was, people found more than 100 bodies, ...  Read more

Port de Maó (Mahon Port)

The capital of Menorca, Mahon Port, features the best of both worlds on the island – a charming and beautiful town filled with culture during daylight and a vibrant and pulsing nightlife scene. The ...  Read more

Taulas

About three miles from Mahon Port are rock pilings that leave people awe-struck. Talatì de Dal is home to T-shaped stone monuments on Menorca – known as Taulas – which date back to 1000 BC and ...  Read more

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