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Torre d'en Galmes

Carretera San Bou, s/n, Minorca, Spain
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Well if you Believe in fairytales this place is for you. The old story goes that there were giants... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Shlomi B
Istanbul, Turkey
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Quite a large site with not too much shade

I think probably the best site on the island with good infomation boards and friendly, helpful... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2017
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Carretera San Bou, s/n, Minorca, Spain
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well if you Believe in fairytales this place is for you. The old story goes that there were giants living there, hence the large structures's of the T shaped stones. You can see around all over the place the famous Minorcan stones laid one on...More

Thank Shlomi B
Reviewed 18 June 2017

I think probably the best site on the island with good infomation boards and friendly, helpful staff manning the littls kiosk.

Thank Malkybarkid
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Visited here on the way back to our base but had not realised how big the place was, we visited on a Monday so it was free. Great place

Thank Christineneuen
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Well, who knew? A tiny island with such a rich historical culture. We went here on a blisteringly hot day, and would probably stayed longer if we hadn't felt we were crisping up, but there really are some amazing facts about who used to live...More

3  Thank Therealartestu
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

Really interesting site and much bigger than I expected. Great if you like history and/or nature. Allow at least half a day for this site. There's no shop nearby so take plenty of water and food. There are benches to have picnics. The site is...More

Thank Discerning-diner2014
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Beautiful, well kept site that allowed you to access and walk on some of the parts. The translations were a bit funny, but it was just peaceful to be there and enjoy the views to the sea and the olive trees.

Thank ibopera
Reviewed 9 March 2017

So much prehistoric site in Minorque, don't be afraid to visit, this site are in a wonderful nature, it's an entrance paying, and think, every day life would be full of wonder, mystery and glory, full of tremendous exitement and enthousism; the history of Minorque...More

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 5 September 2016

There are many archaeological sites around the island but this one gives you a real insight into how this entire civilisation lived and worked. Well preserved but without being unnaturally 'restored' to recreate an ancient site. Lots of useful information as you go around and...More

1  Thank Strykalite
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Took a walk with hubby along the trail. Stunning views, Very peaceful. Lots being done to preserve the environment which is great to see

Thank Lorna-Ann V
Reviewed 24 August 2016

When you are staying on Menorca you have to take a jeep safari then you'll be able to discover the island. You will see place you've never seen before. Go for it.

Thank Ann V
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