Catedral de Ciutadella, Plaça de la Catedral, Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain
Catedral de Ciutadella
La Santa Iglesia Catedral-Basílica de Santa María se encuentra en el centro y punto más alto de la ciudad española de Ciudadela, perteneciendo a la Diócesis de Menorca. Se trata de un templo de estilo gótico y construido entre los siglos xiii y xiv por expresa orden de Alfonso III de Aragón tras la conquista de la isla a los musulmanes en 1287. Fue constituida catedral en 1795. La catedral recibió el título de basílica menor en 1953, concedido por Pío XII.
Ciutadella de Menorca, Plaça de la Catedral, Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain
Casco antiguo de Ciutadella
Casco antiguo de Ciutadella
Puerto Antiguo de Ciutadella de Menorca, Passeig des Moll, Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain
Puerto Antiguo de Ciutadella de Menorca
Puerto Antiguo de Ciutadella de Menorca is an amazing marina in Ciutadella de Menorca, on the coast of the Balearic Sea. The city has many interesting sights and attractions, and it is a great place for travellers to explore, wonder around, to enjoy the great views or have a drink at a local restaurant. The unique landscape surrounding the marina, will just add great memories to your holiday.
Cala Macarella, Spain
Cala Macarella is one of the best-known coves in Menorca. The turquoise colour of the sea and the boats' shadows make this beach look like a postcard of the Balearic Islands.
Cala en Turqueta, Spain
Turqueta cove is a cove located on the island of Menorca, specifically to the south of the municipality of Ciutadella. Its name is due to the fact that it is where the Turks used to disembark when they stopped in Menorca.
CALA DE SON SAURA, Spain
Cala Algaiarens, Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain
Cala Algaiarens / Playa La Vall
Also known as La Vall, Cala Algaiarens is a large wide cove split into two medium-sized golden sandy beaches known as Plaja des Bot on the eastern side and Platja es Tancats on the western side. Both beaches have calm protected sea and are shallow for quite a distance. It’s a popular cove with the locals and tourists alike.
Cala Morell, Spain
A spectacular cove surrounded by high cliffs on each side with a variety of beautiful typical Menorcan houses built into the cliff faces. The cobalt blue shade of the sea is due to the depth of the bay which is the highlight of the cove known as one of the best for diving on Menorca with its underground caves. On one side of the bay there is sandy beach which is approx 200m long and shallow at the shore. There are also other rock platforms around the bay to access the sea.
Cala Blanca, Spain
Cala Blanca is 5km from Ciutadella, between the wide bay of and s’Aigo Dolça. There is an urbanization of the same name, which originates from the colour of the sand.
The beach is small and surrounded by low rocks. There are pine-trees and a little dune system at the back, and some cafes over the water. Holiday complexes and houses are all close by. There is a light breeze from the west and the water is clear and calm. This beach is very popular with both locals and tourists.
Sa Caleta, Passeig de Sa Caleta, Menorca, Spain
Cala Santandria, Spain