The harbour, a narrow inlet, is one of the smallest ports in the Mediterranean. Here, sitting in good company at one of the harbourside cafés, you can experience what Menorca is all about. Relaxed and bathed in sunshine, watching the boats bob up and down and the people strolling by – the worries of the world vanish.
Ciutadella, an historic town, was originally named by the Carthagians, who called it Jamma, and was the original capital of Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain until the British came along and moved it to Mahon in in 1722.
Ciutadella still remains the religious capital of Menorca.
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