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Menorca’s easternmost town

Only 5km from Mahón, you have Es Castell, an enchanting maritime town dotted with traces from the British rule in the 18th century. The town dates its founding back to the construction of the imposing Castle of Sant Felip at the entrance of the port, a strategic point during the era of invasions.

Es Castell is the easternmost town in Menorca, a fact which makes it the island’s best location to watch an amazing sunrise. The town has straight streets and a square flanked by old British barracks, an interesting Military Museum, and a unique architecture of whitewashed houses and sash windows.

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Nice town near Mao

Es Castell is a nice town near Mao where we had a lovely time having dinner at the harvour. The lights of the restaurants fall into the water creating a magic atmosphere. A pair of pizzeries let you eat for around 10-12 euros.

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