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Marina Mahón , Minorca, Spain
Port Mahón is situated in the municipality Mao-Mahon from Menorca island and it is also known as Puerto Mahon. Mao is also the capital of the island and it is one of the most complex locations and a popular seaside resort for holidaymakers who enjoy admiring the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea and wish to explore new territories. Mao lies on a cliff-edged site and is perfectly sheltered by its natural harbour. This is the main reason why many boat owners choose to moor in this touristic marina. British influences can be felt everywhere in this city, offering a mixed culture and a relaxed lifestyle. Plaza Espana, Plaza Miranda and Plaza de la Constitucion are just a few of the central places that offer access to other imposing points of interest and that are of great value to this city's history. The urban center's main landmarks are the Santa Maria Church, the Bridge of sant Roque, etc. Calan'n Poter. La Cova d'en Xoroi, are just atwo of the most impressive beaches and coves.
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Minorca, also known as Menorca, is contrasting with Mallorca. Being named after the Latin word “minor”, this island is known to be the smallest island in the Balearic Islands. This destination is a place of romance and surprises, having spectacular, white-sanded beaches, emerald waters, idyllic spots and historical places of a great importance. The popularity of Menorca is given by the silent littoral that is never too crowded. It represents the best choice for a quiet vacation, where a relaxing, peaceful state of mind can be reached.
There are rare panoramas on this side of the Mediterranean Sea, which combine the high cliffs with the small, jewel-coloured harbours and the green surroundings. The tourists will encounter the perfect colour palette on this island.
According to archaeological proof and the existence of the megalithic stone monuments such as the navetes, taules and talaiots, this island’s life began thousands of years a... more info