The prehistoric village of Torretrencada is located a few kilometers from Ciutadella. Torretrencada remained until the end of the Roman era and in its interior are preserved many archaeological remains of interest. In addition to the Taula de Torretrencada, the main rest of the village, there are also hypostile rooms, a talayot and artificial caves carved by its inhabitants directly in the rock subsoil.Read more
The burial navetas of Menorca are one of the most characteristic elements of the prehistory of the island. The navetas are constructions of stones embedded between them without any cement (cyclopean constructions). Menorca’s most famous naveta is the Naveta des Tudons.
The Naveta des Tudons is the oldest fully preserved building in Europe, and its construction dates to around 1000 BC. It is a collective burial monument, inside which were found the bodies of more than 100 individuals in addition to objects of bronze and bone.Read more