This prehistoric town has its origins in the Bronze Age and its biggest expansion, very probably, a little before the Roman conquest of Minorca, in the 3rd-2nd centuries before Christ, when the wall of 870 meters that encircle the site is reinforced with a series of rectangular towers. North Door To date, it has only been excavated the sanctuary of the taula and some small sector of this wall, but they are generally very old excavations and we don't have many details about them. In all ways, it seems clear that the urban nucleus continued inhabited until the last times of the Roman Empire.
© Joan C. de Nicolàs i Mascaró, Ferran Lagarda i Mata, Arqueomenorca, S.L., 2003