5 Sights in Sant Lluís, Spain (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Sant Lluís, 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 5 sights are available in Sant Lluís, Spain.

1. Torre de Binifadet

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The tower of Binifadet is a defense tower in the Spanish municipality of San Luis, Menorca, which is preserved in very good condition. It has a square floor plan of six meters on each side, with thick walls of ordinary masonry, crowned its upper terrace by a matacán that surrounds it completely, supported by triangular corbels. The vault of the upper floor is formed by four complements separated by as many nerves that converge in the keystone. The original door must have been hidden when a house was attached to the tower.

Wikipedia: Torre de Binifadet (ES)

2. Museo Etnologico Molí de Dalt

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Es Molí de Dalt is a flour windmill built in 1762, in Sant Lluís during the period of brief French domination on the island of Menorca, along with the other two mills in the town built shortly afterwards. Years later, in 1776, the largest mill of the three was already in operation, the Enmig mill, located on the same main street a few meters from the previous one. Finally, in 1780 the mill of Baix was built, on a plot of land on Comte Lannion street, in the southern part of the village.

Wikipedia: Molí de Dalt (Sant Lluís) (CA)

3. Torre de Son Ganxo

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The tower of Punta Prima or Son Ganxo is the southernmost of the island of Menorca, in Spain. It was built with the design of the military engineer Ramón Santander. It was completed on June 17, 1887. It has 3 floors and is in very good condition. It belongs to the Island Council of Menorca and is managed by the Institut de la Joventut de Menorca (INJOVE).

Wikipedia: Torre de Punta Prima (ES)

4. Església de Sant Lluís

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Església de Sant Lluís

The parish church of Sant Lluís is a white neoclassical church located in the Menorcan village of Sant Lluís, designed by the French architect and engineer Antoine d'Allemand and built in the eighteenth century to honor the French king for his occupation of Menorca.

Wikipedia: Església parroquial de Sant Lluís (CA)

5. Poblat de Binisafullet

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Binissafullet is a talayotic settlement which was occupied from the 10th century BC and had its height during the 4th and 3rd centuries BC. Medieval Islamic materials scattered around the site's surface suggest a later occupation during the Medieval period.

Wikipedia: Binissafullet (EN)


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