The autumn day of last Sunday was so clear that it seemed like spring. It was a warm, windless day, with a completely calm sea, making it ideal for a GOB excursion which was organized with help from the Mercadal Council. Continue reading Walk to see the first rock formations of the island
The Geological Rock Formations of Menorca. New chapter of Menorca On Foot programme: Sunday 8 November. Continue reading Walk on foot on sunday 8 November
Global Warming and the Health of the Planet
Talks on 26th and 27th October 2015 at 8 pm
Today is the start of the campaign “29th November, A Menorca March about Climate Change. To coincide with Paris”. It begins with a talk by Benjamin Carreras “Global Warming and the Health of the Planet” at 8 pm in the “Circulo Artistico” of Ciutadella. Tomorrow, Tuesday 27th Benjamin Carreras will repeat the talk in the Plenary Hall of the Consell Insular in Mahόn also at 8 pm. Continue reading Talk on Global Warming and the Health of the Planet
There was a good response from the public for a walk organised by GOB on a sunny Sunday on 4 October to visit a restored water cistern.
120 people gathered at the meeting place, at the entrance of Son Bou. The walk started along the Cami de Cavalls going through the urbanization towards the countryside along Torre-soli and soon turning off for the private road of Daia Vell, which on Sunday was opened for us. Continue reading Visiting a recovered ancient cistern
After many months of rest, this next Sunday, 4 October, another “excursion on foot” has been organised to visit a beautiful part of the countryside and to include seeing the renovation which has been made of a well known water cistern. We will walk in the area of two gullies which feed into Son Bou.
Meet in the car park of Son Bou at 9.30 am. The walk will start at 10 am. The excursion on foot will finish at Daia Vell. Itinerary will include spectacular views. It is a guided walk especially to see the renovated water cistern. The walk is of mixed difficulty (the path is easy but the first part is a little bit of a struggle). A bus will return everyone to the beginning of the walk and will cost 3 euros each. The estimated time of the end of the walk is 13.30.
During July, August and September, the Centre for the Recovery of Wild Animals is open for visits from monday to saturday , from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Entrance: Pedreres de s’Hostal de LÍTHICA (Camí Vell de Ciutadella)
Price-donation: Includes visit to Líthica’s ancient quarries and the Centre for the Recovery of Wild Animals: adults: 7 €, older than 65 years: 3,50 €, children upto 10 years: free, groups of 12 people or more: 4,50 € per person.
The visit to the animals hospital is guided. A unique experience in Menorca that will allow you to get in touch with the menorcan fauna and the difficulties they have to face. You will also collaborate with GOB to continue on working for the protection of wild animals.