The Island Council and GOB are organising an excursion by foot for Sunday 23 October. It will be to visit the necropolis of Cala Morell, where it is possible to see the excavation of a set of 14 burial caves. Continue reading Sunday 23 October, excursion to the necropolis of Cala Morell
The Consell Insular and GOB have organised an excursion on foot for Sunday 25 September. It will visit the settlement of Son Mercer de Baix with its domestic (naviform) structures, where there are different habitation chambers special to the area called Cova des Moro. Continue reading Sunday 25 September: Excursion on foot to Son Mercer de Baix
The enlargement of the Son Salomó solar park, to the north of Ciutadella, brings into focus the debate on renewable energies and the use of land. It is an issue which is never easy to resolve but which must be confronted sensitively and from a responsible point of view. Continue reading Renewable energy and land space – a necessary debate
How did the stars influence the decisions made by the Talayotic people? What was the religious meaning of the orientation of the areas around the taulas? Can astronomy give answers to some of the enigmas of the ancient people of the island? Continue reading Friday 3 June, evening excursion on Talayotic astronomy
Some hints to contribute to the current debate on the future implementation of Ecotax in the Balearic Islands.
Water is one of the environmental resources which needs to have public investment made with the utmost urgency and which has not seemed feasible until now. Also, the management of waste presents many problems as does the near total dependence on fossil fuels whose contaminated emssions are at a much higher level than the maximum allowed internationally. Continue reading Water, waste and energy management should be priorities of tourist taxation
Last Sunday was a perfect day for an excursion organised as part of the Sant Antoni festival by the Department of Culture of the Island Council in conjunction with GOB. It was from Cala en Porter to Ses Roques Llises and na Comerma de sa Garita and was to appreciate both Menorcan nature its ancient history. Continue reading On foot to see historic sites
Sunday 10 January, walking from Cala en Porter to the megalithic tomb of Ses Roques Lises, considered the most ancient construction in Menorca and one of the best conserved in the Balearics. The walk will also visit Na Comerma de Sa Garita. This is organized in conjuction with the Cultural Department of the Consell Insular, to mark the start of the Sant Antoni festivities. Continue reading Menorca on foot, next sunday