The national newspaper La Razón published on February 4 the anniversary of the recovery of Menorca by the Spanish Navy on the same day in the year 1782, now 240 years ago. At that time, the Island was under British rule and, as reflected verbatim in said report, “the capture of Menorca was of great. . .
The Isabel II Fortress, popularly known as La Mola, the Castillo de San Felipe and the Menorca Military Museum will open their doors to visitors during the Holy Week holidays. Specifically, La Mola will open from tomorrow, Friday until Monday, April 5 (Easter Monday), except on March 29, when it will remain closed, from 10. . .
The Military Consortium of Menorca offers the possibility of acquiring, during your visit to the Isabel II Fortress in La Mola, a joint ticket to visit two other monuments managed by said organization, the Castillo de San Felipe and the Military Museum of Menorca. The price of tickets is very cheap if they are purchased. . .
After a virtual Sant Jordi, which in Menorca we call “San Jordi a redossa”, the book sector agreed to celebrate a summer Sant Jordi on 23 July. The streets of the municipalities of Menorca were filled with literature in this alternative Sant Jordi and in the heat of summer heat. The initiative became a new. . .
On July 1, La Mola reopened its doors to allow visits to its facilities. This reopening has been carried out by implementing all the security measures recommended by the health authorities, to avoid any contagion caused by the COVID-19 virus, offering an interesting leisure offer with the main novelty of the expansion of the “escape. . .