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Mercadal
Mercadal is the geographical centre of the island, where the main roads that go from east to west and from north to south are crossed, and at the foot of Monte Toro (358 m.), the highest point of Menorca, which is where you can find the sanctuary of the Virgin of Monte Toro, patron of the island, still run by a community of Franciscan nuns. On a clear day, from the top you can see the entire island's coastline. In this town you will find an “aljibe”, a large reservoir that collects rainwater and stores it in an inner cistern, of unusual dimensions and features, still in use up to this day and preserved in very good condition. Sir Richard Kane, the English governor present on the island in the eighteenth century had commanded to build it to be able to supply the troops between Mahon and Ciutadella and improve the quality of life in the town of Mercadal providing drinking water. Today, most of the municipality's territory is declared a natural area protected by the Parliament of the Balearic Islands.
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Arenal den Castell
Arenal d'en Castell is a beach and a town located on the north coast of Menorca. It is a starting/finishing point for two stages of the GR 223-Camí des Cavalls. The town has a long sandy beach and is built around the sides of the bay overlooking the sea. It mainly consists of vacation villas and apartments with a few larger hotels.
Mercadal Town
"Surrounded by rural estates, the town of Mercadal for centuries had had its main source of resources from agriculture and livestock. Its name comes from the market that was held every week in this strategic point for all islanders living in remote villages. The town is designed with the Church of Sant Martí and the old windmill as its centre. Its streets are renound 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 still represent what they have always been: small fisherman towns. Now a popular touristic destination, visitors can enjoy exceptional fish restaurants and water sports. There are no large hotel complexes, instead what one can find is traditional Menorcan white townhouses and elegant Mediterranean villas. Villagers still enjoy the peacefulness and respect for nature present for many years in the area. "
Coastal residential areas in Es Mercadal
On the north coast there are several urbanizations: Arenal d'en Castell, famous for its shell shaped beach, luxury hotels and apartments; Son Parc, with a golf course resort; Coves Noves, with many luxury services and Punta Grossa, a tranquil seafront urbanization with many top of the range villas.

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