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Mercadal is the geographical centre of the island, where main roads cross from all directions. Monte Toro is the highest point of Menorca at 358m, where you can find the sanctuary of the Virgin of Monte Toro. It is a patron of the island, still run by a community of Franciscan nuns. On a clear day, you can see the entire island's coastline from the top. In this town you can find an “aljibe”, a large reservoir that collects rainwater and stores it in an inner cistern. It is still in use up to this day and preserved in very good condition. Sir Richard Kane, the English governor for the eighteenth century, commanded to build it to supply the troops between Mahon and Ciutadella. It also improved the quality of life and drinking water in the town of Mercadal. Today, most of the territory is declared a natural area and protected by the Parliament of the Balearic Islands. To the north is the fishing village of Arenal den Castell. Sotheby's has a superb choice of avant-garde villas with sea views on both coastlines, and also plots for development.
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Arenal d'en Castell
Arenal d'en Castell is a small beach town located on the north coast of Menorca. It is a starting and finishing point for two stages of the GR 223 coastal walk, Camí des Cavalls. The town has a long sandy beach and is built around the sides of the bay overlooking the sea. Visitors often choose a last minute holiday to Arenal d'en Castell due to its endless range of holiday villas and apartments, with a few larger hotels.
Mercadal Town
Surrounded by rural estates, the town received its main resources from agriculture and livestock. Its name comes from the Es Mercadal market that was held every week for all islanders living in remote villages. For this reason, restaurants in Es Mercadal are famous for their great quality. The town is designed with the Church of Sant Martí and the old windmill in the centre. Its streets are renowned for their small houses of great minimalistic aesthetics.
Natural ports in Es Mercadal
Addaya and Fornells are two beautiful natural harbours in the Mercadal region. Both ports represent what they have always been: small fisherman towns. Now a popular tourist destination, visitors enjoy great seafood restaurants and water sports. There are no large hotels in Fornells, but rather traditional townhouses and luxury Mediterranean villas. Villagers still enjoy the peace and respect for nature in the area. Cala Fornells is a busy public beach. There is a choice of properties for sale, including fincas and villas for sale in Addaya. The port also has a busy nightlife, full of local bars and restaurants. Blue Dive Menorca is located in Port d'Addaia where visitors can learn to scuba dive in the clear waters.
Coastal residential areas in Es Mercadal
On the north coast there are several urbanizations, including Arenal d'en Castell, famous for its shell shaped beach, luxury hotels and apartments. Son Parc Golf resort is very popular with tourists, and there are beach club apartments to rent in the same area. The Coves Noves complex is full of luxury residences, complete with a tennis court and water park. Punta Grossa is on the tranquil seafront with many properties for sale.

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