The island of Menorca is special, with an outstanding collection of archaeological, architectural and cultural monuments. Its rich history is a consequence of its place as an enclave strategically located in the heart of the western Mediterranean.
It has been colonized by a number of different civilizations, all contributing to its unique culture, ever since it was first inhabited from the third millennium B.C. onwards. There are a number of monuments that reflect the island’s fascinating history, from the enigmas of the talayotic culture to the rich legacy left by the British during the 18th century, namely the Naveta des Tudons, the talayotic settlements Torre d’en Galmés and Trepucó, the tower in Fornells, Fort Marlborough and the Lazaretto.
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Phone: 971 157800
Fundació Foment del Turisme de Menorca