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  • Cala Es Canutells

It is the capital of the Mediterranean island of Menorca. Strolling around the port enjoying fabulous views, exploring the old city centre, swimming in secluded coves and treating yourself to some exquisite gastronomy are just a few of the areas many attractions.Read more...

What to see The port and the old quarter. You can stroll around Plaza del Pescado or browse the market known as El Claustro del Carmen. Plaza de España is home to the largest temple on Menorca: Santa María church. It has a 19th century organ. Standing alongside is the City Hall. While in the area, you can visit some Majorcan gin distilleries. You can also visit the pedestrian-only Carrer Nou, where you'll find lots of craft shops. In the surrounding area, you can visit some archaeological sites dating back to prehistoric times, such as Trepucó, where there are some extraordinary megalithic monuments, Torelló, home to the Paleochristian Basilica of Es Fornàs de Torelló; and the settlement known as Talatí de Dalt. Nature and beaches The coast is full of incredible coves and beaches. These include Cala En Porter, Binibeca, Arena d'en Castell, Cala Mesquida, Es Grau and Son Bou, one of the longest on Menorca. Sant Lluís and Binibèquer are two of the most popular nearby resorts, where you can enjoy landscapes dotted with Menorca's iconic white houses. Maó is also right next to the S'Albufera des Graus Nature Reserve, I'lla d'en Colomi and Cap de Favàritx. It's a very popular area for bird watching.


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Mahón


Mahón


Mahón


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