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Son Catlar


<b>Son Catlar</b>Posted by JaneImage © Moth Clark
Latitude:39° 57' 48.5" N
Longitude:   3° 53' 34.8" E

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We wanted to try a beach over to the south west of the island, and see Son Catlar poblat (see pages 310 and 311 of TME) which was on the way.

Extensive and impressive though this complex is, it failed to light my fire in any way whatsoever. It was just too big and too ruined for me to make sense of.

Rupert summed it up in his diary. He wrote: '… a huge prehistoric village but it looked like a big pile of rocks, the only good thing was the wall, and even that was boring...' Gah! Eleven-year-olds are notorious hard to please.
Jane Posted by Jane
30th July 2007ce


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Son Catlar

Another Menorcaweb link, this time in English, Spanish or Catalan. "Interesting" navigation and page transitions but useful content!
sals Posted by sals
31st July 2007ce