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Binibèquer Vell (or Binibeca Vell) is one of the most visited towns of Menorca during the summer months. It is a “village” built in 1972 as an imitation of the old houses of fishermen. If you are looking for some information about its history, you may find very derogatory comments about Binibèquer.
For some it is just a “big lie”, a village built to lure tourists into thinking that this is an authentic old fishing village.
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The Cova d’en Xoroi (Xoroi’s Cave) is a natural cave placed in Cala en Porter, the south coast of Menorca. The cave can be visited during the day as well as in the evening. The cave recieves the name of Xoroi due to a turkish pirate who lived sheltered in the cave during years and who survived stealing. The legend tells that when they discovered Xoroi in the cave, he jumped to the sea and nobody ever saw him again.
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Here you can find all types of maps of Menorca. Road maps, bus station maps, tourism offices, monuments, beaches, business, etc. If what you want is to check a dynamic map with information about places in Menorca and activities, visit our Interactive map of Menorca. You can also check the map with all the hotels of Menorca.
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The celebrations of Sant Joan in Ciutadella are unique and spectacular . For a few days the city of Ciutadella is transformed into a place where more and more people celebrate a very fun and family centered parties. Sant Joan dates have become over the years an increasingly popular tourist attraction, so people from all over Europe and especially Catalonia travel to Ciutadella in late June .