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Mahon Guide

The Spanish city of Mahon is the capital of the island of Menorca, which forms part of the Balearic Islands. Lying on the island's east coast, Mahon is also home to the island's main port which is formed on the second deepest natural harbour in the world, which extends around 7 miles inland. There is a lovely mix of old and new architecture in the city and offers visitors a unique blend of a city that is full of Menorcan and Spanish history, especially in its buildings, and museums coupled with its thriving natural port. The centre of Mahon is the Placa de S'Esplanada which is also the best place to sit in one of the cafes, located around the Placa, and watch the world go by. If you take a stroll from the Placa onto Carrer d'Isabel II you will see a spectacular view of the harbour. Whilst strolling through the streets visitors will see elegant Georgian houses overlooking the harbour and at the end of the road is the Museu de Menorca, the island's largest museum covering the island's archaeological past together with a collection of fine arts.

Mahon ferry port has year round sailings connecting the city to Barcelona and Valencia on the Spanish mainland. You can also catch ferries to Palma and to Alcudia, Majorca and to Ibiza. Ferries also operate to and from Ciutadella in the summer months.


Alcudia Guide

The town of Alcudia is located on the Spanish island of Majorca, which is one of the Balearic Islands. The 14th century wall around the old town is a popular visitor attraction and once on top of it, it is almost possible to follow it around the town. Other popular attractions in the town include the remains of a Roman town located just outside the town's walls, which is opposite the Church of St Jaume. To the north of the town is a 19th century bull ring and in the old town on Sundays and Tuesdays is a market which is always a hive of activity. Located within the town's walls visitors will find a number of lovely restaurants, cafes and bars, mainly located around the marina.

Ferry services departing from the town's port travel to Barcelona, Denia and Valencia. Crossing times to these destinations can take up to 7 hours by conventional ferry which is reduced to around 3 hours if a fast ferry is taken.