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Prehistoric settlement of Cala Morell
The Cala Morell Coastal Settlement, approximately 3,500 years old, is one of the few examples of a coastal prehistoric settlement, since in the prehistory of Menorca it was far more common to live in the interior of the island, far from the sea. The ... see more
Prehistoric town of Torretrencada
Torretrencada is one of the many Talayotic towns that we can find in Menorca, although one of the few that still conserves its standing taula. These prehistoric settlements were built between 1200 and 500 BC. Due to the passing of the centuries and t... see more
List of the most significant prehistoric places in Menorca
There is no other place in the Mediterranean Sea with more archaeological finds per square kilometer than in Menorca. This island has been classified as an open-air museum by many over the centuries, and it is true that there are no many places in the world where prehistory is experienced with such intensity as here. From the first ancestral people, through the Naviform people, theTalayotic ones, the Carthaginian, Roman, Vandals, and many others, Menorca has many stories to tell, and they all begin with this prehistoric settlements. On this page we list some of the best of them to visit.