The last excursion of the year for has been organised for Sunday 1 December to see an archaeological site of great interest. This is Sa Cudia Cremada in Mahon where an enclosed taula is being excavated. Islamic, Roman and Phoenician remains have been found at this archaeological site. Current excavation gives new information relating to how the areas around the prehistoric taulas were used.
An archaeologist will be the guide around the site that includes three talayots, a cyclopean wall (a defensive wall with only one opening) and other points of interest from ancient times.
A reservation is not necessary. People are asked to meet in the Plaça Biosfera in Mahon at 9.30 am. We will leave at 10 am. The walk is easy and we will return by foot to the starting point. It is expected to end at 13.30.
It is recommended that you share a vehicle with friends in order to keep emissions to a minimum.
The cycle “Are we Talaiotic? Living in Menorca then and now” is a programme organised jointly by the Department of Culture of the Island Government and GOB.