Explore interesting sights in Alaior, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Alaior, Spain.
1. Cova d'en Xoroi
The Cova d'en Xoroi is a natural grotto found on the island of Menorca, specifically in the urbanization of Cala en Porter, which is part of the municipality of Alaior and which subsists mainly thanks to tourism. Xoroi's cave is currently a place enabled as a daytime bar, and night nightclub. It is a great tourist enclave, as it is located in a very special place, at the straight fall of a cliff on the water, on the southern coast of the island. It has large natural windows, stone openings that show a great portion of the horizon over the Mediterranean, and on clear days, the island of Mallorca.
2. So na Caçana
So na Caçana is a Talayotic complex located next to the local road that goes from Alaior to Cala en Porter, in Menorca. It is located about 6 km from Alaior, shortly after the Talayotic village of Torralba d'en Salort. It takes its name from the place of So na Caçana, the nearest agricultural estate to which the site land belonged. A team of archaeologists linked to the Museum of Menorca carried out archaeological excavations between 1982 and 1987.
3. Naveta de Biniac Occidental
Eastern Biniac is a funerary naveta on the island of Menorca, where collective inhumations were made during the Bronze Age. Access to the site is possible from the Mahón–Ciudadela main road (Me-1), at kilometer 8.1, where there is a detour to the left which leads to the area called "Argentina". The Eastern Biniac naveta is located right at the entrance of the property that belongs to "Lloc de Menorca".
4. Naveta of Cotaina de Can Rabassó
The list of navetas contains the 19 known navetas. The Bronze Age Megalithic burial buildings, which occur exclusively on the Balearic Island of Menorca, can be divided into circular and elongated people after their floor plan, the latter resembled to a ripped ship hull, where the name comes from Naveta.
5. Torralba d'en Salord
The Talayotic village of Torralba d'en Salort is a Talayotic archaeological site located in the south of the island of Menorca, on the road between Alaior and Cala en Porter. It has one of the highest tables preserved in Menorca, as well as a hypostyle room and two talayots.
6. Dolmen de Alcaidús
Sant Vicenç d’Alcaidús is an archaeological site in the Spanish Balearic Island of Menorca. Together with the neighbouring site Biniaiet Vell, it formed a settlement associated with the Talayot culture.
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