Menorca is an island where step by step, within its landscapes one can find traces of an ancient culture.
The autumn season is the perfect time to discover such a vast heritage on the island.
Menorca has submitted its candidacy to UNESCO for this heritage to be included as "world heritage of humanity".
The island, with more than 1600 prehistoric monuments, has the highest concentration of the entire Mediterranean, a unique open-air archaeological museum. Taulas, Navetas, Talaiots, funerary caves dug into the rock, as well as entire villages, have survived to our present time and are stone witnesses of the enigmatic life of the slingers, which developed the Talaiotic culture 3,500 years ago. For this "journey in time" we have chosen the best preserved megalithic constructions.
Due to the abundance of these ancient monuments, we have made a geographical division, giving you the opportunity to visit the most important and emblematic of the East and West areas.