Necròpolis del Puig des Molins
A ramp leads from Plaça de Sa Font in Sa Penya up to the Portal de ses Taules gateway, the main entrance. Above it hangs a...
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Baluard de Sant Jaume
Away from the waterfront hubbub, this hugely atmospheric time warp of a place, which is all stained wood and iron girders, was once the...
Locals have been flocking to Alfredo's since 1934. It's great place for the freshest of seafood and other island cuisine that's so good...
Lonely Planet review
The earliest tombs within this ancient burial ground date from the 7th century BC and Phoenician times. Follow the path around and peer into the burial caverns, oriented north to south, cut deep into the hill. You can descend into one interlocking series of these hypogea (burial caverns).
The site museum displays finds such as amulets and terracotta figurines discovered within the more than 3000 tombs that honeycomb the hillside. Both museum and site were closed for restoration works at the time of writing.