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We visited one morning whilst on holiday. The opening times are slightly odd so best to check before you go. As a geologist myself, this was high on the list of places to visit on our first trip to Menorca. Its essentially one floor of...More
Walked past this several times whilst on our way to the bakery in Ferreries, so finally decided to pop in and take a look. Its a single room, but nicely steps you through the different rock formations of the island with lots of examples on...More
The small exhibition of Menorca geology was well presented.I already seen on many Menorca walks that the south is white chalk and marine-limestone and the north is more varied.This small museum explains very clear al the different kinds of reddish iron rich rock,different colors of...More
...small exhibition about the islands geology. The exhibition is very well done, although it is not vvery large, easy to understand if you are not of the profession and it provides a very good impression of the islands "long - long term history and development"....More
Menorca is on a fault line - the main road runs along it. It accounts for the huge harbour at Mahon and the differing landscape and rock colours either side...
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ferreries is in my view a little less beautifull compared to es mercadal or fornells.
busses from cala galdana stop in the new part,the older part is more scenic.
this museum explains the different geological systems of menorca