MAHON South Minorca

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Our guide will meet you at the port of Mahon with a Shore2Shore sign.

We will leave the port in the direction of Taula de Trepucóes, the most emblematic ceremonial monument of Minorca. Built in the Talayotic era, it is a sanctuary whose enclosure is shaped like a horseshoe, similar to those of Mallorca but, unlike these, it has a large central monument that looks like a table, which gives it the name of Taula ( taula is "table" in Catalan).

The chronology of these sanctuaries is not known because, although the enclosures could exist throughout the Talayotic, their central monuments can belong to any date throughout the first millennium.

Then we will go to Binibeca, a fishing village dating back to 1972. It is one of the most picturesque places on the island of Menorca, with its whitewashed houses and narrow streets forming a labyrinth.

We will continue with a panoramic visit of Cala de Binidalí. The cove is a tiny beach located next to the urbanization of Binidalí with white sand and crystalline, turquoise waters.

We will continue towards Mount Toro, the highest mountain in Menorca, its name comes according to a legend of a bull that guarded the top of the mountain, preventing anyone from reaching it.

We will then return to the port of Mahon so you can re-join your ship for onward passage to your next port of call.





  • Easy / Cultural Level
  • Comfortable shoes required
  • People with reduced mobility, who use a wheelchair must be accompanied by another person who can help them. Please use folding wheelchairs, since buses do not have elevators or ramps.