At the Fortaleza de Isabell II La Mola store, located in the main building, you can buy souvenirs from Menorca and very original souvenirs from La Mola. We have a varied assortment of books related to the military history of Menorca and the fortress, as well as the island of Menorca in general. You can. . .
Promotional video of the Isabel II La Mola Fortress prepared by Hi Balearic, Filmmaker / Travel in 2018 for Balearic Islands Tourism. In the images you can see some of the most interesting sites of the monumental enclosure located at the entrance to the port of Mahón.
A total of 50 professionals from all fields related to the knowledge, valorization, management and conservation of fortified heritage participate in La Mola in the International Congress ICOFORT Spain – Menorca 2020-2021, VII Fortifications Conference organized by the Association of Friends of the Castle de Montjuïc and the Fortress of Isabel II. This morning the. . .
The Isabel II La Mola Fortress will be the setting for the celebration of the ICOFORT Spain – Menorca 2020-2021 International Congress, VII Fortifications Days organized by the Association of Friends of Montjuïc Castle, from October 20 to 23 of the current year. This event was to be held last year (around the same dates),. . .
La Fortaleza de Isabel II La Mola has organized a new activity for families with children from 6 years of age (recommended). This activity is designed for the whole family to participate and, during it, you can learn about the history of Menorca, touring the fortress galleries and participating, at the same time, in the. . .
The monuments managed by the Menorca Military Consortium (San Felipe Castle, Menorca Military Museum and Isabel II La Mola Fortress) have modified their visiting hours for this October that has just begun . The Castillo de San Felipe will open its doors for guided tours throughout the month of October on Tuesdays and Saturdays at. . .
The theatrical show and the guided tour “La Sombra de La Mola” is a monologue by Carlos Garrido, performed by Josep Mercadal, in which one of the various legends and stories about the Fortress of Isabel II that circulated among the soldiers is explained. who were doing their compulsory military service, and the inmates of. . .
“Throughout the nineteenth century, many Cuban independence prisoners ended up deported for a season in Spain, to points such as Chafarinas, Fernando Póo, Cádiz, Málaga and Mahón. It was about keeping them away from the conflict, La Fortaleza de Isabel II, finished in 1975, it was a perfect facility for forced isolation. The case of. . .
On August 3, the IB3 TV evening news program broadcast a news item about the news that La Mola offers to its visitors starting this summer. It is important to remember that the main novelty is the transformation of the “escape room” into a “hall escape” which, under the heading of “The fall of Troy”,. . .
At the end of last June, La Mola once again opened its doors to allow visits to its facilities. This reopening has been carried out the same as last year, that is, with all the security measures recommended by the health authorities to avoid any contagion caused by the coronavirus, offering an interesting leisure offer. . .