The Naveta des Tudons is the most emblematic monument of the talayotic culture, both for its excellent state of conservation as well as for being a type of monument found nowhere else in the world.
The naveta is a construction of large stones assembled without any mortar, built in the shape of an upturned boat. Its use was a burial chamber. It consists of two levels, one above the other, with a passageway to access both levels.
It is believed to have been in use from about 1400 to 900 B.C. Evidence of over a hundred individuals have been discovered with the chamber, as well as bone and metal funerary artefacts, and ceramic vessels used in funeral rites.