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All reviews glass bottom boat gin factory natural harbour boat trip pearl harbour lots of shops lovely place lovely shops worth a visit bus station leather goods steeped in history land train lots of history watch the world yellow catamaran harbour area
Pretty but not much to see. Lovely view from the top as you head to the port from the city but once you are down there, not a lot to see. A few restaurants and stalls selling white clothes but not much else.
Very good for shops, the market on a Tuesday is full of bargains but remember that this is Spain so most shops shut about two for siesta. Lots of choices to eat and drink. The boat trip round the harbour is well worth taking.
Our hotel (Port Mahon Hotel) is situated very near the cliff face and from our balcony we had superb views of the port and inlet. To sit on the balcony, with a glass of veno, in the sunshine with these views was so relaxing. Lovely...More
Visited Mahon twice this week October 30-2 nov 2018.
It’s beautiful even in torrential rain lovely shops,beautiful port architecture and very friendly people small indoor market this time of year but told it’s much bigger summer months,cafes bars and restaurants serving all sorts of foodstuffs...More
Breathtaking views of Mahon Port from the top of the port steps. Such a beautiful natural port with so much to see. Tourist areas and also a working port. Good glassbottom boat trips with other tourist info available. Well worth a visit if in Mahon
Lovely sheltered harbor with British style Georgian houses. The information centre was very helpful and gave us lots of local advice and opening times for the free museum. A lot of the shops were closed because we were there on a Sunday, but then local...More
Great place for people watching,Mega yachts abound alongside the super rich and ordinary,lovely Menorcians who stroll nonchalantly along this beautiful harbour. Watch out for tourist traps. Local cuisine is infinitely better.
We took a local bus from Cala en Porter and meandered the streets. Love the mix of old and new. Made our way down the 190+ steps towards the harbour and just happened to be on time for the 11am sailing on a glass bottom...More
We had a day in Mahon and of course visited the port. The view from the top of the hill is amazing, as you walk down you see more and more. There are boat trips and a glass bottom boat trip, which we didn't have...More