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This is a formidable historic site. The lack of both population growth and urban expansion with now being embraced by Government policy means that these sites are sustained all over the limestone half of the island. At this particular substantial site you get an appreciation...More
I recently moved to the local town of Sant Lluís and on a whim we chose to walk to Trepuco. The walk was peaceful and took us down back roads we would have never seen otherwise. Upon arrival we noticed a small car park that...More
its a nice walk there and back , once you get off the ringroad , find the junction of ringroad ( avinguda de francesc femenas) and cami trepuco ,(its signposted from here) walk up cami trepuco to the ruins ( about 20 mins). free entry...More
Most of the archaeological sites on the island are really hard to visit if you don't drive. This one is not the biggest or best preserved but it is a pleasant 30/40 minute walk from the center of Mahon - you very quickly leave the...More
Once we had navigated the dog pooh leading to the site and all around the site, we did find this a fascinating monument. The orientation boards are well written and helpful. It is just a 15 minute walk up from the Mahon - Es Catell...More
The ignorance of the British army in the 18th C resulted in some serious damage to a megalith dating from 2000 bce. Sad. Still, its worth a visit. Could do with more descriptive and informative picture boards.
On our day of arrival on Menorca we didn't have time to do anything major so the circular walk to here from Maó centre then back via the inlet which separates Maó from Es Castell was ideal. You'll also see the real rural Menorca scene...More