From the privileged space occupied by the fortress of Isabel II, on the peninsula of La Mola, the possibility of contemplating spectacular landscapes over different geographical points of the island of Menorca is offered. From the viewpoints set up for this, you can see the mouth of the port of Mahón, the north coast and a large part of the east coast of the island. They are spaces designed to contemplate and enjoy their natural environment.
Clot de La Mola viewpoint
From this viewpoint you can see the emblematic Clot de La Mola, a small cove that allowed ships to anchor during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Queen’s Gate viewpoint
From this point you can see the Castillo de San Felipe and the British tower of San Felipet.
From this viewpoint it is possible to contemplate the entire mouth of the Port of Mahón and a large part of the cove, as well as the Castle of San Felipe and the Lazaretto.
Princess Tower viewpoint
This viewpoint allows you to contemplate a large part of the north coast of Mahón with its characteristic terrain from the Primary Era.
Vickers canyon viewpoint
From the highest point of La Mola there are views of a large part of the Island and the mouth of the Port of Mahón.
Lighthouse and viewpoint of Sa Punta de s’Esperó
From the easternmost point of Menorca and the Spanish territory, you can see magnificent views over the sea and the coast of Menorca.