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Alaior has been famous for many years for its historic university and strong artisan presence. It has great archaeology dating back to the Talayotic period. Torre d'en Galmés and Cales Coves are a couple of highlights of the island. The town of Alaior was built around the church of Santa Eulàlia during the 14th century. The town is famous for its production of footwear, jewellery and cheese. This is increasing the amount of tourism in the area. Alaior is the has the third highest population on the island with around 9500 residents. Camping in the coastal town of Son Bou is popular with visitors, and there are plenty of apartments and hotels. Royal Son Bou Family Club is great for families with children and Valentin Son Bou is a 4-star luxury hotel. There is Alaior's fiesta, which takes place every year during the second week of August. In the town centre, tourists enjoy the local restaurants and markets. Sotheby's has an extensive range of grand estates and villas. These are set either in the peaceful countryside or with panoramic sea views, whichever suits you.
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Cala en Porter
Cala en Porter is a cove on the southern coast of Alaior. The beach is shaped like a shell, having a very curled entrance, and surrounded by cliffs of green vegetation. There is an abundance of villas and white-stone properties overlooking the beach. You can travel from Menorca airport to Cala en Porter in around 15 minutes and Cala en Porter to Mahón in 20. Either hire a car or use public transport. Taxis in Cala en Porter are also very cheap. One of the best restaurants in Cala en Porter includes Samoa, a pizza restaurant. Visitors enjoy renting a kayak to explore the Cales Coves, and they also have a boat hire service. One of the best attractions of the region is Cova d'en Xoroi. This is a live-music bar built into the coastal caves, where you can enjoy a drink or watch the magical sunset in the summer.
Alaior City
This city is full of baroque architecture that represents the religious spirit of Menorca. Alaior's old town is a historic centre with stone pathways, patios and windmills. Sa Lluna patio and Santa Eulàlia church are also a must-see. You can enjoy the famous night markets for fresh food, clothing and hand-made goods. There is plenty of choice with regard to hotels and luxury countryside properties here.