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    Ca Na Costa

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    Ca Na Costa, megalithic sepulchre

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    Castellum Can Blai

Archeology in Formentera

Formentera has a fascinating history that dates back to the Talayotic period, with evidence of important settlements and megalithic monuments. Among them is the Naveta des Cap de Barbaria, a Bronze Age funerary construction dating from 1700 BC. Several talayots are also preserved on the island, such as Ca na Costa, Es Cap de Barbaria and Ca ses Ferreres, as well as the villages of Sa Caleta and Es Caló. Formentera also has important Roman remains such as the Roman villa of Can Blai and the early Christian basilica of Cap de Barbaria. Discover the fascinating history of Formentera through its archaeological sites. Stroll along the paths that run through these sites and delve into the island's Talayotic and Roman times. A trip through time to learn about the life of the ancient civilisations that inhabited the island and their cultural legacy. You will also be able to appreciate the natural environment that surrounds these sites, enjoying breathtaking views of the sea and the native nature of Formentera.

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