A cluster of operators does one-hour glass-bottomed boat cruises (€11/5 per adult/child) around the harbour. The underwater perspective,...
Museu Hernández Sanz Hernández Mora
The modest Museu Hernández Sanz Hernández Mora is devoted to Menorcan themes, illustrated by artworks, maps and decorative items dating...
Fortalesa de la Mola
In the 19th century Queen Isabel II ordered the construction of a new fortress. The extensive Fortalesa de la Mola , built between 1848...
Arty and boho at the edges, this is a warm, relaxing place to drink or eat. For maximum atmosphere, choose the front, main bar – except...
Dine in the air-conditioned interior, with its tastefully nautical theme (no cheap swags of net or glass marker balls here), or, more...
Moll de Llevant 334 · interesting places nearby
Harbourside Jàgaro is good enough for royalty (see the photos of the Crown Prince and Princess at the entrance). Hauled from the restaurant’s own boat, the fish couldn’t be fresher, and the caldereta de llangosta (lobster stew) is superb. The more adventurous can begin with ortiga de mar (sea anemone).