Es Mercadal is, and has always been, an obligatory port of call. Not just because of its own attractions but also due to being at the intersection of the main arteries of the island's road network.
Stroll through the town’s streets and discover the well from the British era; climb the staircase to the church of Sant Martí; and visit the old forge and a small flour mill, which are a testament of the local agricultural past, even today.
Climb up to the top of Monte Toro to get a view of a large part of the island and its coastal outline. Head north to visit the town of Fornells with its attractive fishing port, or take in the immense horizon from the Cavalleria lighthouse that rises high from the island's most imposing cliff. The Cavalleria beach is very close by and, along with Cala Pregonda, it is one of the two best virgin beaches on Menorca's north coast.
Nearby you have the Camí de Cavalls for hiking and horseback riding. The roads to the south, east and west, will open the way to many other charming places on the small island of Menorca which is a vast paradise waiting to be discovered.
Throughout your stay at m - 27, all your senses will capture the pulse and life of the town of Es Mercadal. The aroma of pastries and traditional bread and cakes, baked in the area's many ovens. The flavour of the Mahon-Menorca designation of origin cheese, the sausages, and the island's dishes that you can taste in the many restaurants that are near to the hotel and around the town. The feel of handmade products that you can buy in local stores and at the Menorca Craft Centre. The sound of tranquillity, along with the atmosphere of the people enjoying life on the street in the summer, and even the hustle and bustle during the Patron Saint Festivals that take place at the beginning of July.