Castell Sant Antoni

Fortress in Fornells

‘Castle’ is a grand word for this insensitively restored seaside fort, with its excess of crude concrete. It was built in the 17th century, but demolished in 1782 by order of King Carlos III after Menorca was retaken by the Spanish. All the same, it’s worth a brief visit. You can learn about Fornells' history from the well-documented informative panels.