History and culture

Large numbers of megalithic constructions dating back to the Iron and Bronze ages can still be seen on Minorca. A familiar sight are the taules, two large blocks of stone arranged in a T-shape and which can rise up to impressive heights of more than 4 metres and are unique to the island. Other fascinating pre-historic remains include the navetes (burial chambers), galleries, caves and burial grounds, all in an impeccable state of conservation.

Other places of interest that are well worth exploring include Fornells Tower, Fort Marlborough, Mount Toro and the natural cave known as Cova d’en Xoroi. The recently-restored Camí de Cavalls is a 185 km route divided into 20 stages that borders the coastline right around the island.

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