The city of Mahon, it houses the deepest natural harbor of the whole sea Mediterranean. The port welcomes its visitors with a wide natural bay, which becomes one of the most beautiful walks all along. Even today it retains its colonial air, from the time of British domination. Its wide range of bars, restaurants and commerce, together with the intense nautical activity, make it a point of great interest.
In the port we can also take a boat and tour the islands and coves nearby. Another way to explore the beaches of the Mahón coast is on foot or by bike. The Cap de Favaritx and its watchful lighthouse, the tower of the Sa Mesquida beach, are only some of the attractions of the coast.
It is also worth visiting the Gothic church of Santa María, with its monumental organ of the early nineteenth century, where you can attend wonderful concerts. The San Francisco Church, from the 18th century, or the medieval walls.
We can’t stop naming the numerous prehistoric archaeological sites that how Trepucó allow us to enter a world of taulas and talaiots. OR Forná de Torelló, where the paleochristian basilica It is a gem of the island’s history.
Not only sun and beach await us, it is that we will not be able to exhaust our capacity for astonishment in the Mahón area.