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Bring a drink

Took about 30 minutes each way walking on stones. Wear sensible shoes and bring a drink. Once... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Carol F
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Well worth it!

We decided to do the hike at around 11am or so, which at the time, sounded like a really stupid... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2018
Josh S
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Cami Santa Agueda, 07750 Ferreries, Menorca, Spain
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Took about 30 minutes each way walking on stones. Wear sensible shoes and bring a drink. Once there what a view and oh so peaceful. If this place was in the UK it would be fenced off and unreachable. Worth the trip just for the...More

Thank Carol F
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

We decided to do the hike at around 11am or so, which at the time, sounded like a really stupid idea because of the sun, but we were pleased to find that the path had a good balance of shade and sun and the peak...More

1  Thank Josh S
Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

A hidden gem,likely to remain hidden due to the effort required to get there. Very little parking available and no facilities at the Castle itself, so in the heat of summer make sure you carry some liquids for the climb. The climb is manageable for...More

3  Thank Wol V
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

How has this amazing place only got three reviews (to date) Steeped in history, with fantastic outlooks over 360 degrees Beautiful setting I was the only person up there, but passed a few people on the way back down I'll definitely be back and take...More

1  Thank TomDyerUCF
Reviewed 2 September 2017

In the early morning before the heat of the day it is an easy 45 min walk to the top on an old roman path. There is a moorish fort at the top with a fascinating history. The display boards don't tell you muuch -...More

Thank GreenManKingston
Reviewed 12 June 2017

The ruins of CASTELL DE SANTA AGUEDA are situated on a scenic hill 284 meters high in an isolated natural area 3hours walk north of FERRERIES village. Unlike MONTE TORO cars can not reach the summit and must be left at the old school house...More

Thank bas k
Reviewed 9 December 2016

It's December, low season on Menorca/ Minorca and the best time (in my opinion) to visit places without the huge amounts of tourists! I found out about Castle of Santa Àgueda during a google search for ' Minorcan pre-history'. At first I was putoff by...More

3  Thank Amy-Louise A
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Parking very limited but thankfully it never appears to get too busy.This time of year I'm betting that you'll be on your own. there is only room for three or four cars at the bottom of the entrance path, after that you... More
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