Menorca’s landscape is criss-crossed by a dense grid of drystone walls, perfectly integrated into the environment. It is a humanised landscape, modified over time by human activity that has respected the harmony of nature.
Through these walls, thousands of hands bring a society’s secrets to light, revealing a way of living and working, admirable knowledge, a rich vocabulary and profound love for the earth.
Punta Nati, on the island’s northern coast, is defined as Menorca’s most emblematic cultural landscape due to the concentration and quality of of its ethnological and archaeological features. So it is the example that identifies the essence of island culture itself.