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Menorca
Mahón
Mahón is the most eastern point in the whole of Spain and has the largest port in the Mediterranean. It has been the envy of all the civilizations and empires that have crossed this sea. Mahon has many nearby beaches, sa Mesquida or Es Grau, for example, with their typical villages of charming white houses.La Mola's fortress, near the port's entrance is also a must see as a vestige of the defensive military presence for centuries. Having your second home or settling down to live all year round is an option that more and more people are starting to choose. While you are visiting, the city has beautiful and distinguished hotels to welcome you and make your stay an unforgettable experience, of peace and tranquillity.
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Cala Llonga
Cala Llonga, in front of ES Castell and overlooking the harbor of Mahon, one of the largest in the world, it is one of the most exclusive residential areas of Menorca. Views from Cala Llonga, thanks to high position, offer exceptional panoramic views.
Es Canutells
Cala Canutells It is a small beach on the south coast that preserves the charm of the past. You can observe some caves dug into the rock. Despite a considerable touristic expansion over the last few years, you can still feel the peace of the residential area that surrounds the beach.
Mahon City
The city has been growing brightly, enlightened and humanly. One can find a sample of how this city’s life revolves around its port by walking by the beautiful square "of the fish" or by the Claustro del Carmen market. Currently, Mahon, in addition to having a commercial port and being the administrative capital of the island, has Menorca’s airport (with destinations to the other Balearic Islands and the main European capitals) and important infrastructures such as the Mateu Orfila Hospital. Stroll through the streets of the city and discover beautiful façades of stately buildings or town houses with their typical dark green cons, visit Menorca’s Museum, get to know the churches of Santa María or La Concepción, cross its 7km port enjoying the summer atmosphere given by restaurant terraces, in addition to its Casino and all the comfortable sail boating and yachting infrastructures of the Marina, make a one-off visit to Mahon feel like you need to come back.
Mahón's South Coastline
Cala Llonga, in front of Es Castell and overlooking the harbour of Mahon is one of the most exclusive residential areas of Menorca. Cala Llonga, thanks to its high position, offer exceptional panoramic views. Cala Canutells is a small beach on the south coast that preserves the charm of the past. You can observe some caves dug into the rock. Despite a considerable touristic expansion over the last few years, you can still feel the peace of the residential area that surrounds the beach.
Mahón's North Coastline
“Es camí de cavalls” (the horse's path) is one of the most emblematic things regarding Mahón's North Coastline. A sea front route used by many horse riders and hikers which goes from Mahón's port to two residential coastal areas: Es Grau and Sa Mesquida. Es grau is considered to be the best family beach in Menorca. It's accessibility and sandy beaches are perfect for families with children. Sa Mesquida is a beautiful virgin beach next to a residential area with the same name where many Mahón residents enjoy to spend their holidays.

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