About the talayotic site of Racóns
Talaiot des Racons is found on the road between Sineu and Llubí on a narrow gravel road.
The talayotic culture, was special for Majorca and Menorca, about 1000 B.C, and was characterized by the round shaped tower constructions.
Talaiot des Racons, has a well preserved entrance which leads you through the corridor, into the main chamber of this talayot. Notice, when the light strikes, how the shadows from the trees, created figures on the stone walls, amazing effect.
On the other side of the road, you can see the other part of this prehistoric village, it is not that visible because of the weed and trees covering it.
Further behind, you see the tower of the old flour mill Moli d’en Blanc, head towards it, and just before reaching it, look to your right, there’s a small path leading to more ruins of this prehistoric area.
Get directions to Talaiot des Racons in Llubí
Llubí is a small and charming village, and an area with a great location between countryside and mountains allowing for many different activities. Llubí is predominately an agricultural area with its main activities in capers and olives, but is also renown for its traditions within honey production, which is celebrated with an annual festival every autumn. Llubí offers a nice handful of Points of interest such as the hilltop chapel of Sant Crist de la Salut del Remei, the parish church of Sant Fileu and the ancient Talayotic settlement Talaiots des Racons, all testify to the many eras the area has gone through over time and created the cultural heritage we enjoy today.
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