A curious historical attraction is the castle of Santa Agueda. Despite the fact that now it is almost entirely in ruins, the interest of travelers in the castle still does not dry out. This castle was built in the 10th century. The highest mountain on the island was chosen for its construction. For hundreds of years, the castle protected the island from conquerors, and in the 14th century, it lost its strategic importance. Now, on the vast territory of the castle, excursions are conducted, during which you can see the preserved watchtowers, medieval water storage tanks and other interesting preserved elements.
On the island, there are many unique archaeological areas and monuments. An excellent example is the stone monument Naveta-d’es-Tudons. It is a stone crypt, which was built in the 16th century BC. The shape is like a little inverted ship. The main feature of the ancient crypt is an unusual form of construction. It is made of stones without any fastening elements. The stones in the crypt are lined in the form of a pyramid.
On the peninsula of La Mola is the castle of the same name. In the 19th century, it was one of the most important defensive attractions of the Mediterranean. Despite the fact that the fortress participated in many serious battles, it has been perfectly preserved to the present day.