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ARCHAEOLOGY MINORCA To find out more visit saga.co.uk/walk-minorca The Archaeology of Magical Minorca Unearth the rich archaeological history of Minorca during a series of 11 visits spread throughout a seven-night stay at the Hotel Agamenón 7 nights HALF BOARD PLUS from £949^ Including optional travel insurance or from £929^ without insurance§ Departing: April 1 (£999 £949), 2020. Holiday code: AV458 This Special Interest holiday includes: Expert Host Saga Host Included themed activities Hosted welcome drinks reception Meet and greet with expert host Leisure time 20kg checked-in luggage Free hotel Wi-Fi Hotel porterage Optional travel insurance underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE, UK Return flights and transfers l l l l l l l l l l l The prehistoric necropolis at Cala Morell Plus, this hotel features: l l l l l All breakfasts and dinners Welcome drink, cocktail party and Gala dinner Saga Lounge Expert Host Talks Free bar open 8 hours a day (local drinks) - only with Saga 11 visits to archaeological sites of museums Included excursions: l Hotel Agamenon QQQQ This locally rated 4-star hotel enjoys views across the Mediterranean. Facilities include a buffet-style restaurant, snack bar, lobby bar, sun terrace, outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi. Each of the 75 bedrooms enjoy side sea views and are equipped with a walk-in shower, television, telephone, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities, safe (extra charge) and fridge. For a video tour of this hotel, visit saga.co.uk/agamenon Your programme Cala Morelle: Visit this extraordinary prehistoric necropolis comprising 14 open caves that punctuate the cliffs along the island's north coast around the cove of Cala Morell. Naveta d'es Tudons: Visit this large burial chamber regarded as one of the finest monuments of the Balearic islands. Ciutadella tour: Head to the west of the island to visit Ciutadella, Minorca's one-time capital, with its medieval streets, and historic quarter. Its appeal can be summed up by its nickname among the locals, Vella I Bella translates to `Old and Beautiful.' Sanisera: Board a coach to the site of the former Roman city of Sanisera, which was occupied from the 1st century BC to the west of the natural port of Sanitja, next to the Cavalleria Cape on Menorca's north coast. Talaiotic Settlement of Torrelafuda: Talaiotic culture refers to the customs and skills of the oldest-known inhabitants of the Balearic islands who lived in stone towers up to 3,000 years ago. Mahon and the Museum of Mahon: Look forward to a guided tour of Mahon, the island's vibrant capital. Your tour also included entry to the Museo de Menorca which showcases the island's cultural heritage. Fort Marlborough and Mahon Military Museum: Built by the British between 1720 and 1726, this base was named after the commander-in-chief of the English forces in the War of Spanish Succession, an ancestor of Sir Winston Churchill. The military museum details the island's tumultuous military history. Torre d'en Galmes: Torre d'en Galmes is one of the largest Talaiotic sites in the Balearic islands. Torralba d'en Salont: Another Talaiotic settlement has one of the largest and best preserved taules on the island. Monte Toro: Enjoy a morning trip to the centre of the island and its highest point, the summit of Monte Toro, a popular place of pilgrimage since the 13th-century. El Toro is also designated as an ANEI protected natural area. Museum Moli de Dalt: Take a coach inland to Sant Lluís, to visit the ancient site of Molí de Dalt, the town's last surviving working flour windmill, constructed in 1762. Extend your holiday 7 nights from £400. Half Board Plus. Stay an extra week at the Agamenon Includes two excursions: Mahón and boat trip plus Calas of the South Coast. Please call for details. SAVE £50^ per person when you book by Sep 27, 2019 The Archaeology of Magical Minorca ^All prices are £s per person based on two people sharing, with flights from Gatwick to Minorca with the scheduled services of easyJet, including savings as advertised and are subject to availability. § Optional travel insurance: A reduction of £20 applies if you do not need the optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights. For sole occupancy rooms, to travel from a local airport or to take advantage of our flight upgrade deals (all subject to availability and extra charges may apply) please visit saga.co.uk/holidays or call for further details. See enclosed Essential Information. 78 Please quote SPNT9 Questions on an existing booking? Call FREE on 0800 300 600 for Europe or visit saga.co.uk/managemybooking