Archaeological Site in Menorca

Torralba d’en Salord

Located 15km from Maó. Follow the signposts and take a left turn off the Me1 to reach this Talayotic settlement, whose outstanding feature is an impressive taula.
Archaeological Site in Menorca

Naveta des Tudons

East of Ciutadella (near the Km 40 road marker), the Naveta des Tudons is a stone burial chamber constructed around 1000 BC.
Archaeological Site in Menorca

Talatí de Dalt

At this Talayotic settlement, 3km west of Maó, the roots of wild olive trees force apart the weathered stones of the large central talayot. There’s also a particularly well-preserved taula.
Castle in The South

Castillo de Calatrava la Nueva

This magnificent castle-monastery looms high in the sky some 6km south of the town of Calzada de Calatrava and 30km south of Almagro, from where it once controlled the path into the Sierra Morena and Andalucía. A st…
Archaeological Site in Menorca

Torre d’en Galmés

If you only visit one Talayotic site, let it be this. Stop by the small information centre for a 10-minute video presentation, then wander at will over the site with its three hilltop talayots, rambling circular dwe…
Archaeological Site in Navarra

Villa Romana de las Musas

The good people of Navarra have appreciated the gift of grapes for a very long time, and this magnificent Roman-era nobleman's villa, which dates from between the 1st and 5th centuries, was used to produce wine. Var…