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Menorca

With more than just pristine beaches on offer, come and discover Menorca’s equally captivating history at Fort Marlborough. HIGHLIGHTS:

* Visually exciting exhibitions

* Underground galleries containing interesting displays

* Find out all about Menorca’s importance during the 18th century

Fort Marlborough was at the heart of the battle between Great Britain, Spain and France to gain control of the island of Menorca and the Mediterranean. Built by the British between 1710 and 1726, it is a testament of the strength and importance of the island during 18th century European history. Step inside its cavernous interior and be led through Menorca’s dramatic history with the help of visual and fascinating exhibitions.

Named in honour one of the most important British general, Sir Churchill the Duke of Marlborough, the fort looks out over the Mediterranean from its strategic location to the south of the port of Mahon in the town of Es Castell. The way of life during the British reign, as well as the sieges on the fort over time, are brought to life with the help of audio and visual displays that will trigger your imagination. Begin in the underground galleries and work your way to the top where spectacular views over the sea and the historical areas of Mahon harbour await. Fort Marlborough was at the heart of the battle between Great Britain, Spain and France to gain control of the island of Menorca and the Mediterranean. Built by the British between 1710 and 1726, it is a testament of the strength and importance of the island during 18th century European history. Step inside its cavernous interior and be led through Menorca’s dramatic history with the help of visual and fascinating exhibitions. Start/opening time: Tuesday from 10am to 3pm. Wednesday to Sunday from 9:30am to 7:30pm.Languages: If you choose the option with an audio guide you can select from one of the following languages: English, French, Italian or Spanish.