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Torralba d'en Salord, Mahon

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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  • It's a village dating back to the prehistoric period "island" where a Talayotic "Taula" (a monument cerimionale). The visit is quite articulate and passes through the remains (standing practically nothing) of different parts of the village. The entrance is quite expensive (€ 8 per person). I recommend the visit mostly to fans (with the Naveta des Tudons is one of the things to see in Menorca, the remaining archaeological sites are repeated and are less important). Gated, new and clean restrooms for visitors. The visit takes an hour, tops. It is about 10 kilometres from Alaior, on the road to Cala En Porter: reaching out is not an issue (large car) and like any destination in Menorca, is well marked.
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  • In Menorca there are many prehistoric sites and this is one of the most beautiful though especially for large Taula which houses in the Centre of the village in a miniature Stonehenge (with some differences ...)
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  • Heaps of stones that are visited following a set route. As attractive the Taula more high and best preserved... the rest of constructions... is sensed.
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