The sunsets in Menorca are spectacular, but from the Isabel II Fortress they exceed all expectations. We never tire of seeing these sunsets every day of the week from La Mola and, in addition, every Friday the guided tour service of the fortress is offered, which ends on one of our balconies to enjoy the. . .
The Spanish Commission of Military History (CEHISMI) held its regular monthly meeting last October 2 on the Island, under the presidency of the Lieutenant General of the Marine Infantry, His Excellency. Mr. Francisco de Paula Bisbal Pons, director of CESEDEN and President of CEHISMI. Taking advantage of their stay on the Island, the members of. . .
The first news we have of this family dates back to the 1840s, when the English government gave facilities to Greek, Jewish and Moorish merchants to establish themselves in Mahón and they were granted a license of marque. In 1753, Governor Blakeney, in the name of His Britannic Majesty, granted Nicola Alexiano the land corresponding. . .
The Mola Game, discover the family adventure in the new activity of the Isabell II Fortress. We are waiting for you next Sunday at 6:30 p.m. for an unforgettable experience in Menorca! Join the fun in our activity designed for all ages. Learn about the fascinating history of the Island as you explore the galleries. . .
The Hornabeque of the Isabel II Fortress in La Mola will host the exhibition “The Spanish Legacy in the United States of America” from August 10 to 31, an exhibition organized by the Defense Delegation in the Balearic Islands and The Legacy Association, that can be visited every day of the week, from 10 a.m.. . .
La Mola is promoted through a agreement with the airline Easy Jet The Military Consortium of Menorca has carried out in recent months an important remodeling of the Military Museum of Menorca, located in the Plaza Explanada in the municipality of Es Castell, in such a way that the museographic discourse has been lightened and,. . .
On a day like today, 100 years ago, the first fatal air-sea accident of the Spanish Navy occurred in Menorca and, to commemorate said anniversary, an event was held at the Isabel II Fortress, La Mola. On June 20, 1923, the Naval Aeronautics suffered its first fatal accident. A Macchi M.18 piloted by Lieutenant Vicente. . .
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. . .
The Minorca Military Consortium has made headlines in the media on the Island, in particular, and in the Balearic Islands, in general, as a result of its initiatives focused on new technologies and environmental sustainability. In the first place, it is worth noting the announcement made public days ago in relation to the installation of. . .
The Military Consortium of Menorca has published a promotional video of the Mola with unpublished images of the monumental site that have been recorded using a drone. The initiative represents a point and followed in the work of disseminating the military heritage of the port of Mahón, but on this occasion the resource of an. . .